Our Editors Reviewed Both Spotlight Oral Care And Crest For Whitening

Recently, we've all been putting our skincare, haircare, and oral care at the forefront.

Especially with all the zoom meetings we're on these days, having a good smile is essential.

We have tried a number of different ways to whiten our teeth and a great smile often seems out of reach, our editors did a bit of research on whitening strips and discovered Spotlight Oral Care and Crest.

We decided to give them both a try and see which one is the best for your oral hygiene.

Key Similarities:

  • Spotlight Oral Care and Crest both have whitening strips that are clinically proven to work.
  • They are both delivered to your door
  • Spotlight and Crest have whitening strips that are easy to apply
  • Both formulas include hydrogen peroxide.
  • Both Crest and Spotlight Oral Care's whitening products are dentist-approved

Key Differences:

  • Spotlight Oral Care's Whitening Strips Kit comes with a Comforting Gum Oil, unlike Crest's strips
  • Spotlight Oral Care's Whitening Strips kit contain 28 strips which is around 14 treatments, whereas Crest's kit contains 20 strips for 10 treatments
  • Spotlight Oral Care offers personalized and sustainable whitening products
  • Spotlight Oral Care's products contain 6.0% hydrogen peroxide, whereas Crest contains 6.5% hydrogen peroxide.

Spotlight Oral Care Overview:

Spotlight Oral Care was created by two sisters Dr. Lisa and Dr. Vanessa Creaven. They understood the importance of oral health and created clinically proven, clean, sustainable products that really work.

Their Whitening Strips are dentist-approved and the best for long-lasting results; the strips contain safe amounts of hydrogen peroxide (6.0%) which is proven to whiten teeth.

Their whitening strips are accompanied by Comforting Gum Oil which is included to ensure minimal sensitivity. Each kit contains 14 treatments which are 28 strips.

The strips are easy to use and for best results, it is recommended to be applied on dry teeth. One strip for the upper set and one for the lower. They should be left on for an hour while you go about your daily routine - stains on the teeth are gradually broken down without causing damage.

Spotlight has additional toothpaste for whitening and sensitivity. They are known for their safe products as long as you follow the instructions. They also have Whitening Bundles that contain everything you need for a stunning smile.

Their strips cost $50.

Crest Overview:

Crest has a range of different whitening strips to choose from but their new whitening emulsions are the most popular.

The Crest 3DWhitestrips with the Crest LED Accelerator Light are enamel-safe and contain no messy gels. Their whitening strips contain 6.5% Hydrogen Peroxide.

After applying them you need to use the LED light to boost the effects. The Blue light safely penetrates the enamel surface to weaken tough, yellow stains so that the teeth whitening ingredients in Crest 3D Whitestrips can work more effectively.

The Whitening Emulsion Kit comes with a wand and a LED accelerator. They use enamel-safe technology and their formula features powerful peroxide droplets and a water-resistant hydrating base.

The emulsions are easy to incorporate into daily lives and easy to apply, no matter if you're home or on the go. Their white bundle costs $35 but most of their products have a range of different prices.

Final Thoughts:

Crest and Spotlight Oral Care have been around for a while, both are known for their oral hygiene and are clinically proven to whiten teeth with their unique formulas.

Additionally, products from both brands fulfill clean beauty standards and their packaging is entirely biodegradable!

Spotlight is safer in terms of the amount of hydrogen peroxide used across their whitening products. Plus it's affordable, and you can even pay in four installments with afterpay.

Our editors will definitely stick with Spotlight Oral Care for all their teeth whitening needs.

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