Janina Opale Whitening Toothpaste Review

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Janina Opale Whitening Toothpaste
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RussianBlue's review of Janina Opale Whitening Toothpaste

“Other whitening toothpastes work by abrading the...”


written by RussianBlue on 14/10/2005

Good Points
Non-abrasive, clinically proven, the only whitening toothpaste to actually whiten without removing the enamel, helps control halitosis, helps sensitive teeth, helps prevent tooth decay, safe.

Bad Points
Not too fond of the packaging and rather expensive.

General Comments
Other whitening toothpastes work by abrading the enamel off your teeth! Janina Whitening Toothpaste works by using a tiny amount of bleach 0.1% (legal limit) and boosting the effect through natural fruit enzymes.

I've been using it for just over a year now with excellent results. My teeth are healthier (so my dentist informs me) and definitely whiter.

According to Janina's website, Health Which? (the independent consumer magazine) awarded Janina with the highest rating for the quality of clinical research, and the BBC television programme, Health Watchdog acknowledged that Janina Tooth Whitening products were the only ones to contain ingredients with the ability to whiten teeth (as opposed to stain removal).

It has been a little hard to get hold of in the past as some stockits such as Boots seem to run out of stock or hide it on the bottom shelves or with cosmetics, but recently Janina have started to sell it on their own website direct.

The one problem I have with it is the price, I know the manufacturer states on their website that it costs more to make and you only need a pea sized amount on your brush, but I just can't help feeling impoverished after stocking-up.

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