If you tuned into my Instagram story a few days ago you would’ve seen me rave about Milky Smile Teeth Whitening and how fabulous it is! I have been using Milky Smile for FIVE years now ad I’ve never looked back. The new packaging is absolutely stunning and more practical than ever!
Milky Smile has been my go to for five years because its the ONLY teeth whitening I have used that hasn’t left my teeth sensitive afterwards. The kit comes with everything you need to get the whitest teeth! While the kit is brand new, the formula is still the same.
The teeth whitening gels are now in brushed tubes rather than syringes. The brush on pen allows for even distribution of the whitening gel and ensures that the tooth surface is covered evenly. The brush on pen also ensures that there is no spillage, wastage or oversupply. When you put whitening gel into moulded trays it can sometimes spill over and burn your gums, but with the pens this does not happen! The kit contains three whitening pens and one Enamel Boost pen. The enamel boost works to seal the whitening results after every session, replenish the enamel with added calcium, silica and minerals whilst also desensitising the tooth surface.
Once the whitening gels has been brushed onto your teeth you simply attach the light to the mouth guard and pop it in your mouth. This leaves your hands are free to do whatever you need to do while your teeth turn into the sparkling white pearls you’ve always dreamed of.
The kit includes all the important information you need as well as a card to check how far your teeth have come. My teeth usually sit around a three or four, but once I’ve used Milky Smile they sit at a one. It takes about six uses to get the optimum results. I usually use about one and a half brush on tubes for this meaning the kit lasts about two whitening rounds.
If you’ve been thinking about whitening your teeth now is the perfect time!
This product were gifted to me for review. I have used this product for at least five years before this review. All opinions are my own. This is not a sponsored post.