COCO WHITE

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Coco White

Two of the teeth whitening products that is being hyped about a lot recently are the Coco White's and Mr Blanc. Both products are different but their mission is the same. I have not tried Mr Blanc teeth whitening strips yet but I have every intention to do so soon. 

I came to know of Coco White as I was scrolling my twitter timeline I came across a tweet by one of my favorite actors in Made in Chelsea, Jamie Laing which contained a photo of himself holding a sachet of Coco White...I was intrigued to know what he was holding in his hands which he had claimed to be the reason behind his white teeth. I found myself on the Coco White website trying to purchase a box of sachets...however they all were out of stock!

Coco White, Jamie Laing

Of course, I did not stop there I came back the next day just before 8pm (this is the time when limited stock is released) and bagged a box of minty fresh Coco Whites. 

Coco White 2

Washing your mouth with coconut oil or oil pulling is not something new and comes along with many benefits for improving the condition of your mouth as it contain Lauric Acid which has proven to kill the bacteria in the mouth.

The Benefits

- Removing harmful bacteria
- Banishing bad breath
- Whitening teeth

I've tried it before using normal coconut oil which I just chucked in my mouth and swished around for about 5 minutes and I hated it completely. The taste of it bothered me a lot and I just not could not hold it in my mouth without wanting to barf. 

This is where Coco White's comes in. These little sachets come packed with flavored coconut oil. You can get them in three different flavors: 

- Mint
- Light Lemon 
- Vanilla Swirl

I like to use the Coco White's minty fresh sachets where I can keep the coconut oil in my mouth for 10 minutes without feeling sick. I've been using them for two weeks now instead of my regular mouthwash and I love them because my teeth are brighter and whiter and no matter how much a mouthwash would claim that its suitable for sensitive teeth its never been easy on mine therefore using oil instead of mouthwash has my mouth feeling as though their on holiday...basically it's been more then gentle on my very sensitive teeth.

You won't see much of a difference after your first use of Coco White however if you keep on using the oil you'll eventually see excellent results without having done damage to your teeth.

Coco White 3


The demand for Coco White's are high and their always out of stock however limited stock is released every evening at 8pm but you got be quick as they go really fast. Each box comes along with 14 sachets and is priced at £19.99.




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14 comments

  1. I've been trying to get my hands on these. Great post!

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    1. Yeah they sell out pretty quick even on the limited stuff that they bring out every day! X

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  2. I keep seeing these on social media everywhere!!! I'd like to try them :)

    Emma xx

    www.alittlefreckle.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. They have been quite popular on social media alongside Mr Blanc and they sell out really quick everyday as well!

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  3. This sounds really interesting! I tried coconut oil before but didn't really like it or notice any results but these sound good :)
    Maeve // Thrift O'Clock

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    1. I used normal coconut oil and I couldn't hold it in my mouth because of the taste bothered me but since I've been using coco white I can hold the oil in my mouth for about 10 minutes. After 2 weeks of consistent use my mouth does feel healthier and my teeth a lot whiter.

      Thanks!

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  4. How long does 14 satches last for? :)

    Tess
    www.simplybeingyoung.com

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    1. A box of 14 satchels will last you 2 weeks considering your consisting using 1 on a daily basis! X

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  5. Tried oil pulling with sesame but it's hard going to do it for 20 minutes. I did find it left my teeth really clean though. I have mild TMJ so am not sure how good oil pulling is for my jaw but I don't suppose the exercise can do too much harm.

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  6. I've never tried oil pulling with Sesame before but I've heard some good things about it!

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  7. Would you advice coco white or mr blanc?

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    1. Hi there! Thanks for your comment. I personally like Mr Blanc better. The results for whiter teeth are achieved much more faster! X

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  8. Advertising Standards Agency recently upheld a complaint against Coco White for misleading advertising claims: https://www.asa.org.uk/Rulings/Adjudications/2015/7/Cocowhite-Ltd/SHP_ADJ_296276.aspx#.VcvST_lVhBc

    "...We told CocoWhite Ltd not to state or imply that their products could whiten teeth..."

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