30 July, 2016

REVIEW: OSHUNwhite Teeth Whitening Oil

Hi all! So it's time for the long awaited review and results of my journey with OSHUNwhite Teeth Whitening Oil. You can read my introduction post HERE and my first impressions post HERE to find out how to use the Whitening Oil. I have used it for the 2 weeks with few days of break in between. There are so many good things about this product, but I also found a few cons. To find out more, keep on reading :)


What the brand says about the product: 
OSHUNwhite works by removing bacteria in the mouth, which are "pulled" out with the oil. This is proven to naturally whiten teeth, reduce plaque and will leave you feeling fresh and clean for hours.

We suggest using one OSHUNwhite sachet per day at your preferred time, whether as part of your morning or evening routine, after a meal or before a special date. OSHUNwhite is also non-abrasive, has no side effects and avoids the need to use bleach or lasers.

Each box of OSHUNwhite contains a two week supply of 14 convenient 10ml sachets. We suggest using one sachet per day or whenever you want to freshen up.

(c) OSHUNwhite
Shortly, the product promises to:
  • Removing bacteria using oil. 
  • Whitens teeth, reduces plaque and leaves a fresh feeling.
  • Can be used anytime. 
  • Non-abrasive and no side effects.
  • 14 sachets in each box. 


What do I say about this product:
I'm going to start with the pros of this product. The primary use of this product is to whiten your teeth and I definitely think the oil slowly does that. I knew from the start that it's not going to be a quick process and that oil pulling would have to be repeated a few times, but it was a good start. I have not artificially whitened my teeth before, so they are as natural as it gets. You can see the result in the picture below... it says it all :) 
Secondly, I feel like everything that the brand promises has come true. I can feel my teeth being a lot cleaner and my mouth feels much fresher after I use this product. I am also happy with the fact that bacteria is removed using natural products.
Lastly, the price is on point. You pay £20 for 14 sachets with free shipping. Plus with every order you get a copper tongue cleaner.


However, there are a few cons to this product. First is the taste. When I ordered the Spearmint sachets, I was expecting the minty taste to be intense... like chewing gum intensity. But what I got was a faint spearmint taste. Maybe, the other tastes like the Wild Cherry are better. I would love to try out this one. 
Lastly, the sensation of squeezing out the product into your mouth is something else. I can't describe it... I absolutely despise that feeling. I would rather have the oil be squeezed onto my toothbrush and use it that way. 


So to conclude, I would recommend this product. There obviously is room for improvement, but for what it is and what it does, the product is worth the money. Plus, it's not that expensive anyways. As you can see in the before and after above, the Whitening Oil did whiten my teeth! You can get your OSHUNwhite sachets using my affiliate link HERE. However, if you are quick options, you can read a Teeth Whitetning Review conducted by Reviews.com where they research and review teeth whitening products that contain Hydrogen Peroxide or Carbamide Peroxide in them. Those will obviously whiten your teeth much quicker but is not a natural option like the OSHUNwhite Oil sachets.


That is all for today! I hope you enjoyed this post. Let me know in the comments below if you have tried out any of the OSHUNwhite products. Also, don't forget to mention when you have used my link! I appreciate that so much. Thank you all for reading and forgive me for the delay in posting this blog. Talk to you on Tuesday :)


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