Health and Beauty

Crest Whitestrips Renewal Review

UPDATE - Cast Your Votes: Influenster's First Ever Reviewers' Choice Awards ...

The first beauty product award program of its kind, this is the only online-voting awards platform where the nominees are chosen based on reviews and user-generated content by the Influenster community. Our members are the voice and ultimate judge of

Rochester man admits selling stolen goods on eBay

Rochester man admits selling stolen goods on eBay The stolen goods included "breast pumps, Crest Whitestrips, cross stitch and needlepoint kits, electric toothbrushes and replacement heads for those toothbrushes, memory stocks and flash drives, pet supplements and pet DNA tests, razors, razor blades, 

Some surprising tips to keep your teeth pearly white

Some surprising tips to keep your teeth pearly white Crest White 3D Whitestrips 1 hour express ($54.99) — Contains 10% hydrogen peroxide (which is the most hydrogen peroxide that can be given over the counter). This product can whiten teeth up to two shades in one hour. Pearl Briliant White Ionic Teeth 

The Procter & Gamble's (PG) CEO AG Lafley on Q4 2014 Results - Earnings Call ...

We will start our discussion with a review of fiscal year and fourth quarter results, AG will then discuss our going forward strategy and plans to strengthen our results, and I will close with guidance for fiscal 2015. One housekeeping item

Dental-Care Company Infringes Crest Patents, P&G Says

The plaintiff in its 2012 annual report listed Crest Whitestrips among products part of a renewed focus on "discontinuous innovation" — reinvention that renders an existing product obsolete. The at-home teeth-whitening system debuted in 2001 and has

Does Teeth Whitening Work? And Is It Safe?

The new year is upon us. That means resolution time. Millions of people will dive into the anxifying world of self-improvement—through diet, exercise and whatnot. One thing that's sure to be flying off drug store shelves: teeth whitening treatments.

Bleaching and scrubbing our pearly whites (so they become pearlier and whiter), has become an $11 billion-plus national obsession. Some of these off-the-shelf products, and even dental office procedures, have downsides. Before you beautify those canines, here are a few things to consider.

How did we get here?

Teeth whitening has been cultural compulsion going back to the Egyptians, who mixed wine vinegar with crushed pumice to polish their smiles. Even worse were the early Romans. (Skip this next part if you're squeamish): They used urine to whiten their teeth; it turns out the ammonia contained in our wastewater excretions acts as a bleach. Good to know. Thankfully, today's treatments are not so unsavory. Consumers have access to dozens of abrasives, bleaches, and lasers that will brighten their smiles without giving them ye olde urine breath.