Supreme Whitening Bundle
- 32 LED Accelerator Light
- 3 Whitening Pens
- Instant Results
- Non-Slip Grip
- Natural Ingredients
Peel each strip away from the film.
Apply the sticky side against your top teeth. Repeat for your bottom teeth.
(Avoid contact with your gums!)
After 30 minutes, remove and rinse out.
You can expect a brand new smile after 14 days!
Whitening Strips FAQs
How long should I wear Zimba whitening strips?
Our whitening strips have been designed to whiten your teeth quickly in just 30 minutes, but they can be left on for up to 60 minutes if desired.
What are the ingredients?
Mint Strips: PVP K30, Glycerin, Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, PVP K90, Water, Alcohol, Hydrogen Peroxide, Menthol
Coconut Strips: PVP K30, Glycerin, Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, PVP K90, Water, Alcohol, Hydrogen Peroxide, Menthol, Coconut Oil
How long do these whitening effects last?
Zimba whitening strips come with 28 strips (14-day treatment.) The length of time that your teeth will stay this white depends on certain habits such as drinking coffee or wine. Our whitening results have been observed to last for 6+ months.
Is this safe?
Yes, our whitening strips are completely safe for your gums and enamel!
Do I have to wear these every day?
If you happen to miss a day or two (we know life is busy) this will not affect your whitening results. However, for best results it is recommended to use for 14 consecutive days.
Will Zimba whitening strips cause sensitivity?
Our whitening strips have been formulated to reduce sensitivity as much as possible. However, if you do experience sensitivity during or after treatment it will be brief. Our desensitizing pen will help eliminate any sensitivity you may experience post-treatment as it has been formulated to remineralize and strengthen tooth enamel.
Can I wear whitening strips overnight?
No, you should only use our whitening strips for the recommended usage time, longer wear time may increased sensitivity.
Zimba Teeth Whitening Kit FAQs
Are whitening strips good for your teeth?
The majority of whitening strips are good for your teeth and safe to use; however, if you use whitening strips that contain chlorine dioxide, you could destroy the enamel on your teeth. Chlorine dioxide is the same acid used to disinfect swimming pools.
It whitens teeth by eating away the surface of the enamel. Zimba whitening strips are carefully manufactured using only compounds that are safe for teeth while giving you the brightest smile possible.
Do whitening strips work on yellow teeth?
Yes, teeth whitening strips have the potential to whiten your yellow teeth by bleaching stains with hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. Carbamide peroxide is a molecule that breaks down into hydrogen peroxide when it comes into contact with water.
The peroxides in whitening strips infiltrate the dentin layer deeper than the enamel layer of your teeth, where they bleach chromogens. Chromogens are pigmented chemicals that can be found both inside and outside of teeth and color them.
How long do white strips take to whiten teeth?
Some people may find it more difficult to whiten their teeth than others due to factors like natural tooth discoloration and lifestyle choices. However, if you're a regular person who wants whiter teeth, it usually takes 10 to 14 days of daily use of the whitening strips before you see the full effects.
That doesn't necessarily mean it will take two weeks before you notice a change in the shade of your tooth enamel, though. Typically, whitening strips show results in just 3 to 4 days. Only you'll want to continue wearing them to see further advancement, balance out overall whitening, and achieve the brightest final effects.
Is it okay to use whitening strips every day?
Yes, they are generally safe to use daily but check with your dentist to make sure it's right for you.
How long after whitening strips can I eat?
After using whitening strips, it is advised to wait at least 30 minutes before eating or drinking anything besides water. This is due to the fact that the whitening strips' active chemicals need time to operate without being interfered with by the presence of food or drink.
In order to give the whitening effect time to settle after removing the whitening strips, we also suggest waiting at least an hour before eating or drinking. The enamel on your teeth can become soft and more vulnerable to discoloration if you consume acidic foods or beverages for at least 24 hours after using whitening strips.
Should I clean my teeth before or after?
You want to remove any plaque that could be stuck to the teeth before applying, therefore give your teeth a brush for a couple of minutes and then apply the strips. This will guarantee the best outcomes and assist in removing any bacteria that might be present on the teeth. st.
To avoid irritation, you should wait around 5 minutes between brushing your teeth and applying the strips.
Can you use whitening strips on braces?
Using whitening strips while wearing braces is not advised because the gel will only affect the teeth that have been exposed to it. Although this would generate an uneven effect if you have braces, it wouldn't deliver optimal outcomes. If you wear a retainer, we advise you to consult your orthodontist.
What causes teeth staining?
There are three primary causes of tooth discoloration, and each of these causes has a number of possible contributing factors.
First, it might be extrinsic discoloration, which is based on the staining of the enamel and heavily influenced by your diet or smoking.
The second cause is intrinsic discoloration, which occurs when the dentin darkens. The causes, however, may be somewhat beyond your control, such as fluorosis or the use of antibiotics as a youngster.
Age is the final major factor, as the enamel thins and the yellow dentin beneath becomes more apparent.
How much hydrogen peroxide is allowed in strips?
You may receive dental care that contains up to 6% hydrogen peroxide if you went to the dentist. However , no at-home dental product can include more than 0.1% under EU law. Because certain brands provide products that are far more than this percentage, sometimes up to 35%, that are available for online purchase, they have received negative press in the media.
Why do you get white spots when using strips?
This is probably the most common question asked to every teeth whitening brand. Although tooth whitening spots can be unsettling to observe, they are really quite common and not at all hazardous; they should disappear quickly. There are a few potential causes, including fluorosis (if white spots have been visible since childhood, due to excess fluoride exposure before your permanent teeth come through).
If you have never noticed white patches, decalcification is the most frequent cause since it shows where the teeth are weaker and is probably the result of plaque buildup. Enamel hypoplasia, which results in improper enamel formation, is another factor.
The interesting thing is that bleaching or tooth whitening, which removes stains and the appearance of white spots, is the most popular treatment for this problem. You need to continue using the product for the length of time recommended, as the color will blend and the spots will become less visible until you have the optimal results.
Can The Strips Be Used On The Back Of Your Teeth?
This is not advised because the strips are custom-fit to the front of your teeth. Also, since you are attempting to whiten the visible portion of the teeth and the strips cannot be reused because the gel and formula have already been used, this would be largely ineffective.