Solid Teeth Whitening
White teeth. No plastic waste.
Try Solid Teeth Whitening
✓ White teeth without the plastic guilt
✓ Same ingredients dentists use
✓ Maximum home whitening strength
Read before use
Contains up to 14 applications – ideal for a single course of whitening.
Solid whitening gel can only whiten natural teeth (not fillings or crowns, unfortunately). It’s a good idea to have a dental checkup prior to teeth whitening. All whitening gels have the potential to cause teeth sensitivity – this is usually mild and temporary. If you have particularly sensitive teeth, consult your dentist before using this or any other whitening gel.
Storage & shelf life
Important: Store whitening gel in the fridge.
Use within 2-3 months.
Glycerin, water, xylitol, hydrogen peroxide (6.9%), peppermint oil, carbomer, sodium hydroxide.
How to use
Watch above video
- Apply cotton rolls as shown
- Use brush to apply gel to your front 6 upper and 6 lower teeth as shown. Do not apply gel near the gumline.
- Leave on for approx 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with warm water.
Optional but recommended: After rinsing, dab some Solid Extra Protection Sensitive Toothpaste on your whitened teeth.
Wait several hours before brushing teeth – we recommend using Solid Extra Protection Sensitive Toothpaste for the duration of your course of tooth whitening.
For maximum whitening results we suggest up to 14 applications over 14 days. Alternatively, to minimise sensitivity, you may choose to whiten gradually over 30 days.
You may notice bubbling, tingling, and/or increased saliva – this is normal.
However – if you experience irritation or stinging, rinse off immediately and discontinue use.
If irritation continues, consult your dentist.
Use for longer than 14 consecutive days is not recommended except under the supervision of a dentist. Not recommended for use on children under 16 years of age. Avoid swallowing. Avoid direct contact of the product with gums or eyes.
May cause skin irritation. In case of skin contact – wash with soap and water.
May cause eye irritation. In case of eye contact – flush with lots of running water and seek medical advice.
Questions? Check out our FAQ or call us on 0800 113 998.