Luster Premium White products


For a limited time, customers can save up to $12.50 on Luster Premium White products when they redeem rebates through the app Ibotta. If you’re not familiar with this fantastic app, go and check out some Ibotta reviews to give you further insight into this mobile app.
Luster Premium White is distinguished by having no messy strips or trays, no inconvenient or expensive office visits, and best of all, no tooth sensitivity thanks to breakthrough technology and premium ingredients including stabilized peroxide.
Now through June 9th users can save on:
  • Luster Pro Light Kit – Earn $7.00 cash back
  • Luster 2 Minute White Kit – Earn $2.50 cash back
  • Luster Power White Toothpaste – Earn $1.50 cash back
  • Luster NOW! Toothpaste – Earn $1.50 cash back
Plus, users can earn an additional $.50 bonus with the purchase of a Luster Premium White whitening kit (Pro Light or 2 Minute White) and a toothpaste (Power Whiteor Luster NOW!).
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In Emilee’s opinion:

I was given the opportunity to review the Luster Premium White 2 minute white treatment kit. And it came at the perfect time because my seven year old son kept telling me that my teeth were yellow. That isn’t a great thing to hear but for some reason, I was contacted. Coincidence… I think not. I loved that the Luster Premium White had instructions for a 3 day schedule as well as a full week schedule. So, I tried the full week schedule which consisted of completing 1 treatment in the morning and 1 in the evening for six days. First, I I was instructed to rinse with the Neutralizing Cleanser for about 10 seconds. Next, I brushed my front six teeth with the Whitening Serum. Both tasted fine. It did warn me not to get any of the serum on my gums, lips or tongue. That was hard to do and I quickly realized why the instructions included the warning. Then to allow the whitening process to occur I had to wait ten minutes. That is a long time so I definitely recommend that you set aside an amount of time (without kids) to complete the treatment. Then you were supposed to repeat those steps for a total of 12 treatments. That sure took awhile. But, the treatment schedule is flexible so that was why I liked the full week schedule but if you want quicker results then do the 12 treatments. Overall, I thought it was pretty easy but just make sure you take the time to complete the treatments. Otherwise, it won’t be worth it in the end. I liked it better than whitening strips and I didn’t mind the taste. So, I would recommend it to anyone who asked or needed to whiten their teeth.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog and offer an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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