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February 24, 2009


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The active ingredient in Crest white strips, carbamide peroxide, is also found in ear wax drops and GlyOxide (inexpensive oral hygiene product). GlyOxide in a mouth tray will get your teeth super white. Haven't tried it with the ear wax drops 'cause it just feels weird. Here's a link to the forum where I found out about this:

BTW, I love your blog. Great info and it cracks me up too.


Plus White 5 Minute Speed Whitening Gel works awsome.It costs under $10. Look it up on Makeup has a 93% buy again.


Hey Minze,
I will definitely check out the link. I don't know if I can bring myself to put ear drops in my mouth but I'll see. Maybe the link will convince me.


Hey Jenni,
I'm definitely tracking down the 5 minute speed whitening gel. It sounds great. And 93% buy again rating is a tough one to beat.

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I agree he had a stunning white teeth. he looks more gorgeous with it. I'm looking for teeth whitening product that really whitens teeth. hope this is it.



The one thing that everyone here in the Middle East is thr traditional miswaak. It's a twig, basically, which has been used as a toothbrush for hundreds of years. It really whitens your teeth, pretty effective & cheap. The Prophet used it after every meal, and recommended it, saying "Cleanliness is half of faith" so it holds religious value as well.


I think I've seen them in a health food store near me. I didn't know what they were but they looked like twigs and it said something about teeth. I'll have to try to see if I can find one.


Love the blog, Jenny. I follow but don't comment often.

Now I know this is pretty late but I'm doing whitening too on my teeth. I got my stuff from my dentist with the trays, free for new patients with "an exam and x-rays", covered by my insurance. You might want to check into that, even if it means switching dentists for awhile. It's a really nice benefit for the patient and for the dentist (you're their free advertising!)

So I whitened once in the past and got *really* sensitive teeth from it. It lasted for years, I was cold-sensitive in the front bottom teeth, bad. Well the dentist told me to wear the trays overnight and didn't really offer any other guidelines. So this time, I asked about sensitivity and how to avoid it. The new dentist said 1. wear the trays for an hour, no more! 2. brush with Sensodyne as soon as you take the trays out, that should minimize the pain. Sensodyne is what I like to call "toothpaste for old people" but it can still be purchased at a drugstore or grocery store.

It sounds like your "burning" might be a sensitivity issue, so that's something to think about if you go back to the burn-y ones :)

Just a thought! Good luck!


Hey Cassie,
I unfortunately don't have dental insurance so I can't do the dentist trays. You're lucky. Thanks for the Sensodyne trick. Oddly enough after the Rembrandt strips didn't work at all, I went and bought some Crest ones, which for some strange reason aren't "burning" my teeth this time at all. It's very odd. But if they start to I'll definitely get some Sensodyne.
Thanks for the info!

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I think Crest Whitening Strips are so much better,so i will try this as soon as possible.

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