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Janina Ultra White – National Smile Month

This past month from 15th May – 15th June was national smile month and the lovely people over at Brodie PR kindly sent me two products from the Janina dental care range to try out. You may have seen my Instagram post saying I was going to try these products out for a month and let you know my thoughts.

Janina tooth whitening tooth paste national smile month

Due to having such sensitive teeth I’ve always been apprehensive about using teeth whitening products. The majority contain peroxide which eats away at your tooth enamel and makes your teeth even more sensitive! (Not something I’m willing to do just to get whiter teeth!) Janina dental products though are peroxide free! They use papaya and pineapple enzymes to whiten teeth naturally! (It doesn’t taste like fruit though!)

They have a full range of products and I’ve been trying their sensitive whitening tooth paste and their gentle teeth whitening foam. I’ve used them twice a day as advised for the past month to see if they really work. You should clean your teeth for 3 minutes and not rinse your mouth with water to allow the tooth paste to keep working even after you’ve stopped brushing.

Janina tooth whitening tooth paste sensitive natural national smile month

Ultra White Whitening Toothpaste – Sensitive

The sensitive tooth paste has a very minty taste, kind of like Trebor strong mints. As I continued using the tooth paste I actually got used to this though and really like how clean it makes my mouth and teeth feel. Within 2 weeks of using this I could really start to see a difference and it’s definitely continuing to whiten my teeth after a month. It’s gradually whitens your teeth, rather than an a sudden change so I think this toothpaste is great for keeping stains like coffee away! I’ve noticed no difference in my teeths sensitivity levels and I really like using this. I think I’ve found my new tooth paste!

Teeth Whitening Foam

The gentle tooth foam is perfect for popping in your handbag when you’re out and about. You don’t need water for this foam. The minty taste of this isn’t as strong as the tooth paste. It’s great for freshening up after being out for a meal. Once again, you don’t rinse after using this foam allowing it to continue whitening your teeth even after you’ve stopped brushing. I haven’t noticed a major whitening effect with this product, though I suppose it could be working with the toothpaste. I think it’s so handy for popping in your bag when you’re out and about though and definitely something I’ll be continuing to use.

I honestly love this range and will 100% be repurchasing when both these are finished. It’s amazing to have found a natural way to whiten teeth that really works! You can buy the full Janina range from Boots. The sensitive tooth paste* costs £11.50 and the teeth whiten foam* costs £13.00. They’re current half price though so if you’re interested, it’s worth snapping them up now!

Have you tried anything from the Janina range before?

PaleGirlRambling xo

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17 thoughts on “Janina Ultra White – National Smile Month”

  1. Having whiter teeth is definitely something I’ve been working on. Although I don’t smoke or drink coffee my teeth tend to have a white coffee kind of shade. I really like the sound of this toothpaste. Definitely going to check it out. xx

    Antonia || Sweet Passions

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  2. My teeth are sorely in need of some whitening! I’ll have to give these a try if I can’t find them stateside. I’ll ever give up my coffee so I’ll need to find a product that works!

    xx
    Emily
    emilyhallock.blogspot.com

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  3. This sounds great. I’ve used this like, super duper hyped by toothpaste before which was supposed to give you results in a week but it didn’t really do anything. I hate my teeth, I’m super insecure about them xxx

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  4. I’ve not tried their products yet, but I was always apprehensive about teeth whitening products because of the ingredients in them, but these sounds like a great natural alternative 🙂 xx

    Velvet Blush

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  5. I have terribly sensitive teeth and under developed enamel (think thats right…) so have always avoided them too, however may have to give these a try! Have you noticed an increase in sensitivity at all? x

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    1. Not at all! I genuinely was so worried that it would make my teeth more sensitive than they already are but I have been using these for nearly two months now and my teeth are no different and definitely whiter! Definitely go for the sensitive tooth paste though as it’s the least abrasive!
      PaleGirlRambling xo

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  6. I’ve always had sensitive teeth so I need toothpaste that caters to it. I like the idea of the foamy texture in this one. Might give it a go! Do keep us posted on how it goes.
    thewongblog.com

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