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Whitening Coach Review: Is This A Scam Or Legit?

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Whitening Coach

Whitening Coach is a teeth-whitening product that improves your smile by whitening your teeth in a matter of days. It has strong and medically proven teeth whitening ingredients that have no side effects on the mouth including the gums. A one-month supply of a complete package of this product costs around $130 free of shipping and handling charges.

Manufacturer information

The product’s manufacturer is based in Las Vegas.It lists 755 Commercial Way, Unit E Henderson, NV as the active address on the website. For more information however, you could contact them via phone anytime.

Working process

The product uses a three step whitening procedure to deliver white teeth. First you need to prepare your teeth for exposure to the ingredients by brushing them intensely with water; then apply a reasonable amount of the gel in the Sure-Fit mouth tray. Finally, place the gel-filled tray over your lower and upper teeth as you close your mouth for the next half an hour after which you are required to remove the tray and rinse your teeth properly.

Ingredients

This product has two main active ingredients; Carbamide peroxide and xylitol.

  • 22% carbamide peroxide is an active ingredient in this product and is a precursor to hydrogen peroxide.It is responsible for the whitening by removing stains and other forms of discoloration
  • Xylitol-a natural ingredient that fights cavities and prevent tooth decay and dry mouth.It is found in most fruits and vegetables.

Pros

  • Besides whitening, it has ingredients (specifically the xylitol) that help fight other teeth diseases such as cavities and dental carries.
  • It has a minty flavor thus is good for the mouth.
  • It comes with a 15-day trial period during which the consumer can ‘try’ the product before making the complete purchase.
  • The product also comes with a 30-day money refund policy though this is outside the trial version.

Cons

  • The product has only two known ingredients but the company does not provide much about its other ingredients, if they so exist.
  • $129.99 for a teeth whitening gel also seems too harsh on the pockets.
  • The carbamide peroxide ingredient in the product causes tooth sensitivity and irritation and is not good for those with sensitive teeth.
  • The product has a rumored 15-day trial period though this is not confirmed in the actual website.
  • The company charges an extra $19 as repackaging or destruction fee if you request for a refund and the product is in unsellable state. The source of the destruction is assumed to be the consumer.
  • The company is also difficult to reach via email about the product as is evident from testimonies from consumers who have used it.

FAQs

The product delivers results within the first five days of use.Some consumers have reported being confused about the product given the fact that it goes with other names such as Spark Whitening in addition to the fact that both websites look similar but are different. Besides the sensitivity part, it works just well to whiten the teeth.

Whitening Coach Review: Is This A Scam Or Legit?
Whitening Coach is a teeth-whitening product that improves your smile by whitening your teeth in a matter of days. It has strong and medically proven teeth whitening ingredients that have no side effects on the mouth including the gums. A one-month supply of a complete package of this product costs around $130 free of shipping and handling charges. Manufacturer information The product’s manufacturer is based in Las Vegas.It lists 755 Commercial Way, Unit E Henderson, NV as the active address on the website. For more information however, you could contact them via phone anytime. Working process The product uses a three step whitening procedure to deliver white teeth. First you need to prepare your teeth for exposure to the ingredients by brushing them intensely with water; then apply a reasonable amount of the gel in the Sure-Fit mouth tray. Finally, place the gel-filled tray over your lower and upper teeth as you close your mouth for the next half an hour after which you are required to remove the tray and rinse your teeth properly. Active Key Ingredients Pros and Cons Ingredients This product has two main active ingredients; Carbamide peroxide and xylitol. 22% carbamide peroxide is an active ingredient in this product and is a precursor to hydrogen peroxide.It is responsible for the whitening by removing stains and other forms of discoloration Xylitol-a natural ingredient that fights cavities and prevent tooth decay and dry mouth.It is found in most fruits and vegetables. Pros Besides whitening, it has ingredients (specifically the xylitol) that help fight other teeth diseases such as cavities and dental carries. It has a minty flavor thus is good for the mouth. It comes with a 15-day trial period during which the consumer can ‘try’ the product before making the complete purchase. The product also comes with a 30-day money refund policy though this is outside the trial version. Cons The product has only two known ingredients but the company does not provide much about its other ingredients, if they so exist. $129.99 for a teeth whitening gel also seems too harsh on the pockets. The carbamide peroxide ingredient in the product causes tooth sensitivity and irritation and is not good for those with sensitive teeth. The product has a rumored 15-day trial period though this is not confirmed in the actual website. The company charges an extra $19 as repackaging or destruction fee if you request for a refund and the product is in unsellable state. The source of the destruction is assumed to be the consumer. The company is also difficult to reach via email about the product as is evident from testimonies from consumers who have used it. FAQs The product delivers results within the first five days of use.Some consumers have reported being confused about the product given the fact that it goes with other names such as Spark Whitening in addition to the fact that both websites look similar but are different. Besides the sensitivity part, it works just well to whiten…
Whitening Coach
2016-09-15

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Overall
Whitening Coach has been medically approved to be safe when it comes to whitening the teeth; the ingredients in it also protect the teeth against other diseases. It is worth a try, and your money as well if you are looking for that killer smile. However, consult a dentist if you have queries about the drawbacks which unfortunately the company does not provide much detail on.

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