National Smile Month | Janina Toothpaste & Whitening Foam Review


It's almost National Smile Month! This year National Smile Month is between the 15th May - 15th June. I'm not really a fan of my teeth, I just don't like the shape of them and because I'm so pale I feel as if it makes my teeth look yellow when realistically they probably aren't as bad as I think they are. But it does make me feel self-conscious.

I was sent over some Janina products to try for National Smile Month - Ultra White Whitening Toothpaste and the Teeth Whitening Foam. I think I have been using these for almost two weeks now and I have definitely seen an improvement in my teeth.


First up I'm going to talk about what I thought of the Ultra White Super Strength Teeth Whitening Toothpaste*. It's a unique, low abrasion formula which contains active ingredients which help promote whiter teeth. It has a combination of natural enzymes (Bromaine from Pineapple and Papain from Papaya). It also contains a grade of Hydroxyapatite which is proven to possess excellent teeth whitening and re-calcifying properties to make teeth whiter and strengthen too.

I use it as stated - twice daily, I admit when I first tried this I think I may have put a little too much on my toothbrush because my mouth felt like it was on fire because this one is very strong. I personally don't like strong tasting toothpaste, I'd rather cool-mint or spearmint. But since then I've come to realise then you only need a small amount of this product to get the full potential. I've been using the toothpaste along with the whitening foam and I've definitely seen an improvement and would 100% recommend. 
I do think if I pick another Janina toothpaste up, I will probably pick one up that isn't as strong but I really do like how well it's worked for me so far. The product is £12.50 and available at Boots. 


The other product which I was sent was the Janina Clean & White Extra Fresh Teeth Whitening Foam*. The formula contains "Oxygenating Technology" and is able to easily dissolve particles and get to hard to reach places better than regular toothpaste. It helps to maintain whiteness, remove and prevent stains, helps to prevent cavities and also leave the mouth feeling lovely and fresh.

The directions state to dispense foam onto a dry toothbrush and brush for 2 minutes. When brushing is complete, spit out excess. Do NOT rinse mouth with water, eat or drink for 15 minutes; this allows the formulation to work for even longer. 

I've been using this for just over a week now (alongside the toothpaste daily) and I've seen a huge improvement. I'd definitely rather the taste of the whitening foam over the toothpaste as it's just not as strong and doesn't really taste of mint either. It's super easy to use and isn't messy, it's also a great size to pop in your gym bag or travel bag. The teeth whitening foam is £13 from Boots.

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*PR sample, all opinions are my own


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1 comments:

  1. Lovely post! I received the Janina whitening strips and whitening trays in the post, I haven't actually tried them yet as I haven't had chance but I'm really excited after your post.

    Alice | alicemaysnell

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