Doll White Review

Teeth whitening has become big business in the last few years and with numerous celebrities flashing impossibly white smiles it’s no wonder people want to achieve sparkling teeth too. Once upon a time you would have had to visit your dentist and pay hundreds of pounds to pursue a brighter, whiter smile, but now there is a multitude of products on the high street that promise to lift and prevent staining, from mouthwashes and toothpastes, to at-home whitening kits.

Doll White is one such product, and I was recently set their 14 day kit to try. I wasn’t sure what to expect if I’m honest, as most products I’ve tried have resulted in very little to no change in the whiteness of my teeth, but I must admit I was pleasantly surprised – not only with the results but also the uncomplicated process.



In each pack of Doll White* you will find 14 sets of gel strips (one for the upper and one for the lower teeth). After brushing you simply peel off each strip, line up with the edge of the gums and mold the strip securely on to the teeth, folding the remainder of the strip to the back of the teeth to keep in place. After a 30 minute wait you gently remove your strips and rinse your mouth to remove any remaining gel. Voilà, your teeth should be whiter!

I was really impressed with how simple the kit was to use. Unlike some whitening kits that involve gels and mouthguards I was able to get on with the remainder of my morning routine while the strips were in place, either showering or applying my makeup while I waited for the allotted time to pass. Although the strips felt slightly odd, they were unobtrusive enough and had a nice minty-fresh aroma and didn’t cause any irritation or sensitivity. After peeling off the strips I found the gel did stick to my teeth a lot so I had to brush it off, but boy oh boy, how white my teeth were afterwards. I was very impressed!


Results after 14 days

I wasn’t expecting such a marked difference in the whiteness of my teeth, especially as I’d never considered my teeth to be particularly yellow or stained, but even just midway through the course the results were clear to see. As with any teeth whitening treatment the staining will return, especially if I drink red wine and coffee, but if I’m prepping for a special occasion, nightout or holiday I’ll definitely reach for Doll White.

Doll White non-peroxide teeth whitening strips starting at £19.99 for a 14 day course and until 31st July if you use code DOLL20 you can enjoy a 20% discount!

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