Monday, 28 August 2017

Janina Ultra White Whitening Toothpaste and Whitening Powder

Janina Ultra White Whitening Toothpaste Review
I have to admit, I'm pretty obsessed with my teeth. Probably because my teeth are pretty uneven. My dentist in childhood looked a bit like a tooth, and I vividly remember him telling me "all the most beautiful women in the world have squint teeth, you know". Whatever, Mr. Jones.

I think I was just due a trip to the orthodontist, in all honesty. As a result, my rather off-kilter dentition really needs to be looking pretty sharp, or I look like I've never brushed my teeth in my entire existence. I do have my teeth professionally whitened as a result, but due to my penchant for coffee/tea/red wine/all of the stains, I'm forever looking for a really decent whitening toothpaste.

Ok. Let's be honest. It's hard to get excited about toothpaste. Janina Ultra White Activated Charcoal Whitening Toothpaste is a brilliant option in the whitening category, however. Hydrogen peroxide free, and minimally abrasive (phew) it contains a fruit enzyme based whitening complex to remove surface staining. It is a super-minty, really fresh toothpaste (not in a burning painful mouthwash way) and is genuinely excellent for surface stain removal. The whole grey colour thing is a bit of a stress to get your head round initially, but it is a really top-class stain remover. Definitely a premium product, but it does what it says on the tube.

Janina Ultra White Whitening Toothpaste

There's another whitening product from Janina which I kindly received as a sample - The Janina Charcoal and Clay Teeth Whitening Powder. If the activated charcoal toothpaste is your everyday maintenance, think of this as the face mask of the tooth world (and, incidentally, it's not dissimilar in appearance to a certain clay mask!) The whitening powder is a bit more intense, and designed specifically for removal of more stubborn staining. This doesn't contain fluoride, so don't use it as a substitute for enamel-protecting fluoride toothpaste. All that's required is a small pinch of the powder and a wet toothbrush - quite messy, granted, but it really does the business. Definitely more faff than a normal toothpaste, but if you're in need of an emergency stain lift, it really does the job.

Janina Ultra White Teeth Whitening Powder

Overall - I'm impressed. I'm getting a lot more use from the toothpaste than the powder, but there's no denying that both products are very effective and pleasant to use. You'll find both of these products at the posh side of the dental care aisle in Boots.

Some links above are affiliate links. All products in this review were sent to me for my consideration. All opinions are, as ever, my own.

Janina Ultra White Whitening Toothpaste Review



  1. I love Janina tooth whitening products because they really work! xx


  2. This sounds really good to get rid of stains, most toothpastes do nothing against them x

    Velvet Blush

  3. The mint oils used in high concentration in natural toothpastes are the best way to rid your mouth of germs. Natural Toothpaste

  4. This is a cleanser that is found in numerous shampoos. Certainly, it can clean your flawless locks, yet is it the correct decision to handle microbes in the mouth. who makes the best toothpaste


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