The pursuit of beauty for modern men has never stopped. Teeth whitening may be a major aspect of modern men who focus on beauty. Due to the yellowing of teeth, many people are no longer full of confidence and try to seek any opportunities to regain a bright smile through teeth whitening.
Many enterprises have developed a variety of convenient teeth whitening products to help people achieve teeth whitening, such as teeth whitening powder, teeth whitening strips, teeth whitening pens, and so on. Among them, advanced whitening strips is deeply favored by consumers for its convenience and fast whitening advantages.
Tooth whitening is also known as tooth bleaching. Most of the dental whitening strips on the market can remove the pigment on the surface and deep layer of teeth through oxidation-reduction. Therefore, the active ingredient in most tooth whitening products is hydrogen peroxide which has certain antioxidant and whitening effects.
However, we recently received a lot of feedback: are hydrogen peroxide products safe for teeth whitening? The truth is that moderate use of hydrogen peroxide will have a good whitening effect on teeth, but if used frequently, it will cause inevitable damage to teeth, such as tooth sensitivity, oral soft tissue or gingival irritation and other issues.
Dental whitening strips containing a low concentration of hydrogen peroxide are reported to have a low risk of overall effects on the human body, as the substance decomposes rapidly. However, we can never let down the guard. Adverse reactions have been observed in cases of the repeated use of products containing higher doses of hydrogen peroxide.
Research shows that for teeth whitening strips containing 0.1% of hydrogen peroxide, the calculated safety factor is considered to provide adequate protection. While, for teeth whitening strips containing more than 6% of hydrogen peroxide, the safety factor will be less than 100, which is considering harmful to oral health
Different countries even have different regulations on the allowable concentration of hydrogen peroxide released by teeth whitening products. In Australia, only dentists can provide products that release more than 6% of hydrogen peroxide. In New Zealand, no dentists can use up to 12% hydrogen peroxide to whiten teeth. In the European Union, oral health products are regulated by the Cosmetic Directive, which stipulates that dental whitening strips can be freely sold to consumers if the hydrogen peroxide content does not exceed 0.1%.
Therefore, we need to pay close attention to the concentration and ask the dentist whether the hydrogen peroxide’s concentration is within the safe range when choosing various advanced whitening strips.
The safest solution is to choose a non-peroxide advanced whitening product to minimize damage to teeth. Recently, teeth whitening charcoal strips have become more and more popular. Teeth whitening charcoal strips are based on the adsorption characteristics of charcoal, through the super rack adhesion to provide longer action time and the best tooth whitening effect, so as to absorb the stains on the surface of teeth.
Because hydrogen peroxide can damage tooth enamel, these non-peroxide free products are good for oral health and tooth whitening if used consistently. We, Onuge, master a number of non-peroxide teeth whitening strip formulas to provide the safest teeth whitening products.
We have deep attainments in the oral care industry, and the oral care series is carefully produced under strict scientific research and development. Our Teeth Whitening Charcoal Strips and Gel Teeth 3D Whitening Strips are made of mild non-peroxide ingredients reaching the international quality standard. With advanced technology and equipment, Onuge can provide customers with more choices of advanced whitening strips according to the legal requirements of d