Aishah Ansari

How to Successfully Whiten Teeth without Breaking Budget {$10!}

August 3, 2014

Hey fellow readers! Hope your week is off to a great start! I had shared a little more than a year ago about a whitening tray system that I personally felt worked for me. But I have recently discovered something that works better,is half the cost, and you get a {somewhat} customized mouth tray! Oh, and did I mention I have never had any sensitivity with it? Badaboom-Badabing! WIN x4

The Product: Plus White 5 Minute Whitening
The Cost: $7.97 + tax 
The Results: Priceless

As shown above it comes with a gel, a rinse, and a mouth tray but here is what I have been doing.
The first time I bought it with the rinse, but you can buy the gel separately too. My sister actually found this whitening system through a youtube beauty guru! Hope everything below is helpful!
  • At Walmart/Target/Amazon buy a mouth guard any brand will work {NFL, Wilson, etc.} 
  • Cut it with scissors so it fits the shape of your mouth. 
  • In a mug warm  water for 1-2 minutes {you want it to basically be boiling}
  • Dunk your mouth guard into the water and push it down with a spoon
  • Let your mouth guard get bendy enough, if you don't feel it's not wobbly or jelly-like enough- then your water needs to be hotter.
  • Retrieve the mouth guard from the water
  • Put the mouth guard in your mouth and press the mouth guard against your teeth to mold your teeth structure into your teeth.
  • Cut off any excess or repeat the reconstruction if it doesn't feel right
  • I personally use 2 mouth guards {one for the top, and one for the bottom}

Whitening Process
  • Floss and then brush
  • Make sure your teeth are try
  • Using the gel rub in on your teeth and be sure to get in between the crevices 
  • Put your mouth guard and leave it in for 25-30 minutes
  • Take your mouth guard out, spit the gel out
  • Use the rinse and swish for 30 seconds*
For best results, continue the whitening process for 2 weeks. Then, do it for a week for 15-20 minutes, slowly you can get it down to once or twice a day. You can always do quick 5-10 minute touch ups too! 

Please leave your thoughts, questions, and other feedback below!
xo Aishah Ansari

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