White Light Smile Review - Pros & Cons





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White Light Smile Review:

No doubt, you've seen a number of White Light Smile reviews on the internet. If you haven't seen actual reviews, then you've at least seen product descriptions and sale sites. Unfortunately, unless you already know what it is, these places don't necessarily tell you a lot about how it works and what you can expect out of it. This can be troubling, because it might be exactly what you need, but you could end up passing it over for a lesser product.

Luckily, once you know about White Light Smile, you can make a much more informed decision. So without any further build up, let's get to what you need to know.

What Is White Light Smile?

In the most simple terms, White Light Smile is an at-home teeth whitening kit. The basic idea behind it is that you use a specially formulated whitening gel, and then use an LED activator in order to trigger the chemical reaction between the gel and your teeth that will cause them to become whiter and brighter.

This may seem like scam technology, but the science is fairly sound. It's a fairly well known scientific observation that certain wavelengths of light can trigger certain chemical reactions, and White Light Smile isn't the only place you can see such a thing. If you wanted, you could even see it working just by looking at a nearby house plant. Photosynthesis, the process by which plants change sunlight into nutrients, is a prime example of photo-chemistry.

What this means in practical terms is that there's nothing about the concept of White Light Smile that's immediately untrustworthy. It claims to be able to do a thing that is theoretically possible. The question at this point is if it actually does that thing, and if it does that thing well enough to justify the cost.

How Does White Light Smile Work?

In order to figure out if White Light Smile actually works, you have to understand what it's doing.

In order to use White Light Smile, you squeeze the whitening agent into the rubber trays of the light device. You then bite down on the trays, allowing the agent to cover your teeth. The light device shines light onto the gel, activating it more quickly and allowing it to whiten your teeth.

So what's happening in more detail? The specifics of the agent are proprietary, but there's a few educated guesses that can be made. Likely White Light Smile uses a similar formula to the whitening process at the dentist's office. This means the agent contains carbamide peroxide, likely to the tune of around 225 of its chemical makeup. When this agent is placed onto your teeth, it creates hydrogen peroxide. This creates oxidation, which helps break up and remove the stains on your teeth. The LED light device helps speed up the process, allowing the whitening agent to work more quickly and allow your teeth to become shiny and white in half the time of a normal whitening kit.

Does White Light Smile actually do that? Well, the whitening procedure is one that's fairly well known and practiced, so on that front yes. However, the point of this White Light Smile review is to judge if the product does it well enough to justify the cost.

What Does White Light Smile Cost?

When you buy a White Light Smile pack, you get:

One (1) case
Four (4) 300ml whitening agent syringes
Two (2) top/bottom teeth trays
One (1) carrying case for the trays
One (1) whitening light

So, a basic kit contains the things you need to use the product four times. How much will this cost? One kit can cause a whopping $116, though you can get multiple packs for a lower cost per pack.

Is It Worth It?

So we finally get down to the most important question of this review. Namely, is it worth it. And I highly recommend you check out my video too at:


Well, the whitening process is a well known process, so that will work the way they promise. Does the light speed it up? Possibly, though it's important to remember that the oxidation process only removes surface stains. It does nothing for under the enamel stains. So keep in mind what kind of stains you have on your teeth, and decide whether or not it's worth $116 to have a chance at getting rid of them. If the stains are under the enamel, then it's not worth it at all. This product won't do anything. But if they're surface stains?

Then you have to ask yourself how much having white teeth is worth to you. I hope you enjoyed this White Light Smile review.


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