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So, When Does It Dissolve?

Reviewing: Listerine Whitening Quick Dissolving Strips Clean Mint  |  Rating:
By mellaview on
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Listerine Whitening Quick Dissolving Strips Clean Mint has to be hands down the nastiest whitening strips I have ever used; period!

First and foremost, you must read the directions before applying. Due to the fact that they are clear dissolving whitening strips, you have no clue which side has to be touching your teeth. They use a ridiculous morse code involving triangular slits in the strip to help you figure out which side is supposed to go where.

Secondly, if you have any moisture on your fingers, the strip will stick to your fingers and wrinkle the entire thing, which means its ruined, and you wont be able to get it to stick to your teeth.

Thirdly...its nearly imnpossible to get these damn things to stick to your bottom row of teeth, because if you accidentally hit the strip against your lip, it will stick there. I have been using them for nearly 2 weeks now, and still havent been successful at getting them to stick to my bottom teeth.

Forth complaint is the fact that they taste like chronic chemicals and mint. There is nothing clean mint about them. These suckers taste terrible.

Fifth issue is that they DO NOT dissolve. They leave behind a nasty gooey, stiky film behind that you have to brush off.

Last issue is that even after 2 weeks of daily use, the results a mediocre. If I were to use my usual Crest whitestrips brand, my teeth show a difference after just one use.

Conclusion:

Listerine Whitening Quick Dissolving Strips Clean Mint sucks.