Been researching and it seems many have success, better than through dentists even, with HP for teeth whitening but here's some of my concerns:
Using standard HP 3% that you typically find at any pharmacy or drug store states to not use/swallow/ingest; clearly, this is not meant to be used for this purpose. Many people claim that you need to use 35% food grade hydrogen pyroxide which you dilute to a 3% solution to get the results you're looking for. Though you can find 35% FGHP, it is dangerous to handle. Keep in mind this is the same stuff people use (in diluted form) for H2O2 therapy (ingesting). Do you know of any pharmacies that sell FGHP already in 3% diluted form???
Have any of you ladies used any kind of HP for teeth whitening? And please, don't tell me to have it professionally done ... I did twice over the past 8 years and the effects were barely noticeable (and my teeth are in pretty good shape, I just wanted to brighten up a bit).
Asked by Anonymous at 12:36 PM on May. 2, 2011 in Beauty & Style
Answer by Mom1127-0125 at 8:10 PM on May. 2, 2011
Answer by angiemgiu at 5:02 PM on May. 3, 2011