The toothpaste is good, I like the packaging on it (which I stupidly didn't take a photo of), it's one of those bottles that stands upright on its own and has a pump action dispenser. I prefer this as it looks better and I think it's a bit easier. The mouthwash comes in a standard bottle.
The toothpaste tastes fine to me and the texture is just normal too - no gritty bits or strange foaming going on. Even though the mouthwash is alcohol-free, the taste of it reminds me of an aniseed-based shot (like sambuca) which is a bit weird but that might just be my weird sensitivities to taste.
Overall, I liked the toothpaste but probably not the mouthwash, it just wasn't for me. I can't honestly say that I noticed a huge difference in my tooth colour but I didn't really have any staining on my teeth anyway. My teeth felt clean after use so I was happy with it in that respect.
I think that for the level of whiteness I want, I'm going to have to get my teeth whitened again. I've been looking at the Enlighten system, which is the only system in the world to guarantee VITA Shade B1 (the lightest tooth shade on the UK scale...I think the American one goes lighter), has anyone got any experience with this?
BlanX is stocked at ASDA, Boots, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Superdrug, Wilkinson and online, priced at Intensive Stain Removal toothpaste RRP £7.49 and Advanced Whitening mouthwash RRP £5.49
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