THINK BLOG: Comparing Gels

CARBAMIDE vs HYDROGEN vs HYBRID, UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES.

 We have been working in the dental industry for over 10 years leading us to try several different teeth whitening gels. When developing our own brand, we wanted to make a product not readily available. Here are the main differences between generic teeth whitening products and Think Coconut Hybrid Teeth Whitening Gels.

Carbamide Peroxide (35%) breaks down slower and only releases 50% of it's whitening power during your whitening session. After the appointment it will continue to whiten the teeth for 6 to 24 hours. This provides a slower develop to reach the end result of white teeth.

Hydrogen Peroxide (7.5%)  breaks down quickly and release almost all of its whitening power within 15 to 20 minutes. This results in fast whitening results and doesn't continue to whiten your clients teeth. The results show at the appointment.

Hybrid Peroxide (44%) breaks down quickly and continues to whiten your clients teeth for 6 to 24 hours. This is our Think Coconut Hybrid Gels. Using a combination of both gels as well as additional whitening ingredients it allows us to offer a formula equivalent to 44% Carbamide Peroxide.

I hope this helps you understand the different options for your teeth whitening business.

Bianca
Owner of Think White Teeth

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