Stained teeth. One of the biggest grudges ever. I have tried all methods of teeth whitening without the large cost; Colgate, Oral B, BrightSmile, and now I can add Diamond white to that list.
Diamod whites struck me as a new cool brand helping to get the pearly whites everyone wants, so I went on to their website to see what they had to offer.
They had a range of toothpaste, activated charcole, home whitening kit and a black oil solution.
Black oil? I know I thought the same thing! I was so interested in knowing more about it I ordered myself a bottle.
The website states;
"This blend is made with Organic Coconut Oil and Pepper Mint Essential Oil. We also add 1g/100ml of Activated Charcoal from coconut shell to make it mild abrasive therefore gently whitening."
They say postage in the U.K. takes around 2-5 working days, I received mine in 8, which I feel like if this is a frequent blip then they need to change their postage estimations.
The package came in a plain brown box and had the product inside. Immediately I was taken back by the size of the product, the website does state 100ml but when you put that into proportion with how much you have to use each day, I was sceptical.
I brushed my teeth thoughrally before using my Diamond Whites and I took the recommended amount of half a mouthful and started swirling. It was a thick, skinny solution and didn't taste amazing, but none really do. After taking the recommended amount I realised that over quarter of the bottle had gone... it was going to last me 4 days at the most.
They say swirl for 10-20 minutes with big swirling motions inside your mouth. I did the full 20 minutes because I wanted to see if there had been any difference. Safe to say there was none.
I know, you can't judge it by its first use, so I used up that bottle an bought another so I got about 2 weeks use. In that two weeks my teeth didn't change shade in the slightest which I was disappointed about.
Personally I think that if you used this product along with their paste and charcole you would most likely see a bigger effect. But for people on a money saving budget I wouldn't spend £10 a week on this product.
I will try some of their other products because I don't want to do an opinion on the whole brand by only trying one product, so I can't wait to try some more and prove myself wrong.