Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Review: Blue Illume Toothbrush

I am very excited to tell you about a new blue light technology toothbrush called Blue illume from Sweden, which is soon hitting the UK. Blue Light Technology has been scientifically proven to have an positive effect on teeth and gums, not only cleaning teeth but inhibiting bacteria, which is the cause of plaque and gum disease, but not only that but and you can expect noticeably whiter teeth after you have been using it for a month with normal toothpaste!

The toothbrush is good quality, very comfortable to hold and has a rubbery texture all over the handle. The brush head has medium pressured bristles but the main feature is when you push the button on the handle, there are two blue lights that light up. Blue Light is completely safe to use and acts with the oxide components in toothpaste to give a cleaner, fresher and whiter smile.  

It is recommended that you use normal toothpaste with the Blue illume, but if you use whitening toothpaste the whitening results shall occur much quicker, however it is not recommended to use a toothpaste containing baking soda or hydrogen peroxide long term.

I was lucky enough to get to try the Blue illume toothbrush and I noticed a difference after the first use - my teeth felt much cleaner and whiter, I did use whitening toothpaste, but I'm all for a whiter smile! It is quite fun to use with the blue light in the dark and overall I'm really pleased and I shall be continuing to use to keep my teeth healthy.   

You can purchase the Blue illume toothbrush directly from their website and if you 'like' the Blue Illume Facebook Page you will be eligible for free shipping if you order online and it costs around £12.50, which I believe is very reasonable and far cheaper than paying for expensive professional teeth whitening or purchasing an electronic toothbrush. 

Are you looking for whiter teeth? Will you be trying the Blue illume?

*This post is sponsored by Blue Illume
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