So I recently acquired the Mr Bright Charcoal Teeth Whitening Kit with LED and thought I’d test it for you. I’m going to be reviewing this product with five key points in mind:

  • Packaging – how’s it lookin?
  • Ease of use – instructions are clear? Easy for you to use?
  • Price point – is it worth it?
  • Did it work?
  • Would I buy again?

So, let’s dive right in!

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Packaging – how’s it lookin?

I won’t lie – I’m kinda digging the packaging. I’m a big fan of the duck egg blue and it’s quite fun and simplistic. Plus it’s easy to grab, as it’s a small box which has all the things you need inside. One thing which did confuse me a little is that the syringes actually have clear liquid inside them, not black – which is kiiiinda what the packaging insinuates…

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Ease of use – instructions are clear? Easy for you to use?

So looking inside the box (apologies I took these after I started testing – hence empty syringes…) it’s pretty compact. There is a set of instructions, a teeth whitening scale, 3 syringes of actual product and the LED light with a mouthguard.

I am telling you – that mouthguard was soooo uncomfortable the first 3 times I used it.

So the instructions were pretty simple – however, whilst the box says 10 minutes – the instructions read 10 to 30, which is obviously a massive difference to how long you use it. For the purpose of this, and hopefully to get the best results, I did the 30 mins for every use.

Overall the whole contraption was pretty easy to use and the instructions super easy to read. One thing though – THE MEASUREMENTS ON THE SYRINGES. It would be so much easier if the measurements linked to how much you were supposed to use each time – rather than guessing.

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Price Point – is it worth it?

Big question here. So this kit is usually Β£40. That is a lot of money, when I can buy a tube of toothpaste which has whitening properties….

I mean if this product made a huuuuge change in my teeth – I’d consider it. But read on to find out why I’m not.

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Did it work?

2 weeks of use. 12 30 minute sessions. And there has been NO IMPROVEMENT.

To ensure I was being fair, I even blindsided my other half with the scale, asking him to rate my teeth 1 week in and at the end. And do you know what he said? He gave me the same number before I even started…

So for me this product is a big fact NAY

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Would I buy again?

Based purely on how it worked out for me – I wouldn’t be purchasing this again and will stick to my tooth whitening toothpaste and mouthwash… Sorry Mr. Bright!

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