Pearl-e-Whites is a new teeth-whitening system that comes in the form of a paste you apply to your teeth. Here’s our Pearl-e-Whites review.
What is Pearl-e-Whites?
Pearl-e-Whites is a home teeth whitening system that promises to deliver whitening results “similar to those you’ll get by visiting your dentist.”
By applying the Pearl-e-Whites paste to your teeth, you can remove stains, brighten your smile, and enjoy cleaner-looking teeth.
The teeth cleaning serum is priced at $119.32 USD for a one month supply – which is relatively expensive compared to most teeth cleaning products.
How Does Pearl-e-Whites Work?
Pearl-e-Whites works in a three step process:
— Step 1) Dry your teeth, then rotate the bottom of the click-pen to dispense gel from the opposite end.
— Step 2) Apply the gel directly onto your teeth, taking care to avoid contacting your lips to your teeth for 30 to 60 seconds
— Step 3) Rinse your teeth after 15 minutes and avoid eating or drinking for one hour
Using these three steps, the creators of Pearl-e-Whites claim you can remove years of staining and plaque buildup that comes from coffee, tea, or smoking.
Unfortunately, when it comes to listing ingredients, methods of action, or any other information about how Pearl-e-Whites works, the creators get extremely vague.
The product’s packaging and official website make no mention about how the paste actually works or which type of ingredients it contains. You’re just supposed to apply it to your teeth and assume that the manufacturer has added the correct ingredients in the correct dosages – which is a worrying thing to assume whenever you’re putting anything in your mouth.
The manufacturer of Pearl-e-Whites has refused to disclose any information about its ingredients profile, which makes it impossible to judge the safety or effectiveness of the product.
Nevertheless, the manufacturer continues to say things like:
“We take great pride in the quality of our products and are confident that Pearl-e-Whites Teeth Whitening System is the most effective formula on the market today.”
Basically, the manufacturer is saying that “Our formula is the best because I think it’s the best.”
In reality, the product has never gone through any type of clinical testing or other ways to verify its bold claims.
Pearl-e-Whites is available through a trial offer. That trial offer is advertised as free – you just have to pay for shipping.
Shipping costs $7.96. You enter your credit card to pay that fee, and your vial of Pearl-e-Whites will arrive within 3 to 5 business days.
If you read the fine print at the bottom of the ordering page, then you’ll realize why the company is giving out their teeth cleaning system for such a cheap price.
That fine print explains that the free trial isn’t free at all: in fact, the vial of Pearl-e-Whites you receive as part of your “free” trial will actually cost you $119.32.
After paying the $7.96 shipping fee, that $119.32 charge is silently pre-authorized on your credit card. 14 days after your trial was first ordered, the $119.32 charge will go through.
Then, 30 days after you first ordered your trial, the manufacturer of Pearl-e-Whites will assume that you loved the supplement so much that you wanted to order another one, so they’ll automatically send another full-sized package of Pearl-e-Whites to your doorstep and charge your credit card $119.32 again.
If you want to cancel this autoship program and avoid racking up hundreds of dollars in credit card debt, then you’ll need to go through the hassle of dealing with the company’s customer service: call (866) 321-4178 to cancel your membership at any time.
Oddly enough, Pearl-e-Whites also comes with four magazine subscriptions. Here’s how the manufacturer explains those subscriptions:
“Four magazine subscriptions of your choice are included with your order. Try them free for the next three months and switch selections anytime, free of charge. After the three month trial you have the option to extend to paid service, at the then current rates. To opt out of paid service, make address or title changes call (866) 321-4178.”
I’ve never seen a subscription like that be included with any type of supplement ordered online. It sounds like this magazine subscription is separate from the Pearl-e-Whites subscription – which means you’ll have to specifically call the company’s customer service to request them to cancel both your teeth cleaning subscription and your magazine subscription.
This shady pricing policy and absurdly high price tag combined together make it seem like Pearl-e-Whites is one big scam. It is more than likely that the owners of Pearl-e-Whites will be getting a kick back from these magazine subscriptions. For all of you that let the paid subscription go, they will be getting a cut of that.
Who Makes Pearl-e-Whites?
The manufacturer of Pearl-e-Whites never lists its name or manufacturing conditions online. Instead, it simply does business under the name “Pearl-e-Whites Teeth Whitening System”.
The company lists its address as the following:4701 Shore Drive Suite 103 #437
Virginia Beach VA 23455
You can contact the company by phone at (866) 321-4178 or by email at [email protected]