All About Your Teeth

Rapid White Pro Clean & Polish System* (£65 via Boots)

We always talk about beauty and skincare, the latest lipsticks and creams, but we rarely mention dental care. It’s part of everyone’s routine, even more so than slapping on some foundation, so it’s about time to mention it as well! Last year I bought myself my first electronic toothbrush and was instantly taken by how much cleaner my tooth were afterwards, definitely converted. But while my tooth are definitely cleaner, they are still a little stained from all the litres of tea I drink everyday, so come to rescue the Rapid White Pro Clean & Polish System!

Professional Dental Care at Home

I was sent the Rapid White Pro Clean & Polish System to try, and I was really intrigued by what it promised. Being a recent convert to electronic toothbrushes, I definitely had high hopes for this one. According to the box, it claims to deliver advanced cleaned, polished and healthy looking white teeth. It even promises to remove up to 68% more plague and stains than electronic toothbrushes. You are supposed to use it 1-2 times a week, and that’s what I did.

The Rapid White Pro Clean & Polish System comes with a rechargeable hand piece, a charging station with a power adapter, 1 Dental Polishing Head, 1 Dental Cleaning Head and 4 Dental Polishing Paste Cups. You then simply turn the hand piece on low speed it into the paste to start cleaning and polishing tooth by tooth.

My Experience with the Rapid White Pro Clean & Polish System

At first it felt a little awkward to brush tooth by tooth, it’s not something we are used to do! But the size of the cleaning brush definitely helped reaching places you would usually miss just with a regular toothbrush. After the first awkward use, my teeth seemed visibly lighter! So if you are a coffee or tea drinker like myself, and suffer from stained teeth, you might want to give the Rapid White Pro Clean & Polish System a go. I’ve not tried any other similar products before, so I can’t tell if it’s worth the money, but considering you can get electronic toothbrushes for £200+, I don’t this this is a bad deal. Replacement brushes and pods retail for £10 a pack.