Orax PearlGuard Whitening Strips: Review

Most of us are aware of the biggest, most popular whitening strips brand on the market, but likely haven't heard of some of the up and coming brands like ​ORAX PearlGuard teeth whitening strips​. Though they are not as well-known to consumers, this is not to say they lack quality and value. In fact, we have listed them in our top 5 teeth whitening strips reviews and they are well worth a try. Hopefully by the end of this review you will agree.

In this article we are going to take a closer look at the Pearl Guard whitening strips and see what they have to offer.

PEARLGUARD WHITENING STRIPS SPECS

Treatment Period: 2 weeks @ 1 hour per day

Sensitive Teeth Safe?: Yes

Active Ingredient: 1% Sodium Chlorite

# of Strips Included: 28

What are the main ingredients in Pearl Guard Whitening Strips?

One thing we can tell you that Pearl Guard strips do not have is peroxide. Peroxide is a common ingredient used for teeth whitening purposes. Peroxide can cause tooth sensitivity in some people and should not be swallowed in large amounts. If you follow the instructions there shouldn't be a problem, however some people are looking for an alternative.

Instead of using peroxide, Orax uses 1% sodium chlorite in these strips as it's main active ingredient along with the following ingredients:

  • PVP (K30)
  • Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose
  • Glycerin
  • PVP (K90)
  • Alcohol
  • EDTA
  • Stevioside (derived from the stevia plant)
  • DL-Menthol

Nano O2 Swiss Formula

If you are unfamiliar with the O2 swiss whitening formula, here is a brief explanation of how it works. According to Orax, when the formula comes into contact with saliva, it is activated and forms nano oxygen bubbles which deliver the whitening ingredients below the surface of the enamel without causing damage.

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How to use PearlGuard White Strips

Pearlguard whitening strips are meant to be applied for 1 hour once per day over a 14 day period. There are 2 strips included for each use, 1 for the upper teeth and 1 for the lower set of teeth. Make sure your teeth are brushed and clean before beginning treatment. For more detailed instructions on how to use white strips click here.

How to Use PearlGuard Strips Video

The Results

For best results it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. Although it is quite possible to see some results after the first use, you should commit yourself to the full 2 week period to get the full results you are hoping for. You may end up with teeth that are up to 10 shades lighter! Now that in my opinion is worth 2 weeks of whitening application.

The Good & The Bad

It is always a good idea to weigh out the pros and cons of a product before making a decision to purchase. Here are some pros and cons of the PearlGuard white strips:

  • Alternative to peroxide-containing white strips.
  • Suitable for people with sensitive teeth.
  • No-slip grip technology
  • Minty taste
  • Great value for the price
  • A 2 week course at 1 hour per day is too long of a commitment for some.
  • Result may not be as dramatic a white as peroxide-based whitening strips.

The Verdict

It is great to be loyal to a particularly brand name, I do it myself. But sometimes, it is worth it to give other brands a shot as well. In this case, I think it's worth it with the Orax PearlGuard whitening strips as they are a great alternative to strips that contain peroxide, especially if you have sensitive teeth. Using the nano technology, patients are engaging in a very safe, whitening procedure that should give them pleasing results after a 2 week treatment period.

References:

http://oraxdent.com/en/teeth_whitening_strips/pearlguard_peroxide_free_whitening_strips

Aurora Chelo

Aurora Chelo is a freelance writer and proud mother from New Jersey. She loves to write about anything health related, but oral health is her most passionate topic. Her free time is spent partaking in family activities and experimenting in the kitchen.

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