Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish: Spearmint Review

Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish: Spearmint Review

Hello Lovely Ladies,

Today, I will review Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish Spearmint.

Pearl Drops teeth whitening polish

Product Details:

Pearl Drops Toothpolish helps brush teeth their whitest, brightest, smoothest and shiniest, to give you that “just from the dentist” polished teething.


Pearl Drops was originally developed by a dentist to gently help remove plaque and brush away dull stains left by certain drinks, food and tobacco, to leave teeth feeling really clean and smooth. With fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and protect against decay. Pearl Drops is dental effective and recommended for everyday use.

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Rs. 100 for 50 ml


It comes in a white plastic bottle which needs to be placed upside down. It has a narrow opening nozzle with large cap.


The fragrance is very mint-like ordinary mint toothpaste.



Aqua, Aluminium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Dicalcium Phosphate Dihydrate, Glycerin, Aroma, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Monofluorophosphate, Sodium Saccharin, Methylparaben, Menthol, Limonene.


Usage directions:

Apply a large drop of Pearl Drops to your toothbrush, brush your teeth thoroughly and rinse.

My Experience with Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish Spearmint:
I wanted some teeth whitening agent at home for times when I want to apply red lipsticks or dark shades, which gives a whiter, polished teeth. Dark lipsticks instantly draw attention to yellowed or stained teeth which is kind of embarrassing. In India, for whiter teeth, you can either go to a dentist or use some home remedies like baking soda. We don’t have many options in terms of teeth whitening strips or teeth whitening toothpaste.

So, when I saw Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish Spearmint in a beauty store, I had to pick it up. I have been using this tooth polish for over a month now and every single night. The toothpolish though mint flavoured, tastes a bit salty. It does not lather/foam at all as other toothpastes. For me, it is like a paste made with baking soda and water, which is transferred to a tube.

After immediate use, I see a little difference on the teeth (which my hubby refuses to see every day!) but that is very short lived. It does make the teeth smoother but again it is for a temporary period.

Pros of Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish Spearmint:

• Attractive packaging.
• Affordable.

Cons of Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish Spearmint:

• It doesn’t actually make the teeth whiter as it claims “straight from the dentist office”!
• It doesn’t foam like toothpaste.
• A bit salty.
• Contains many chemicals.
• Not available easily in market.
• Imported from UK, pricing depends on seller’s mercy.

Would I Repurchase Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish Spearmint?

Not really. But I would request Indian brands to come up with some teeth whitening strips which will save us few visits to dentists.

IMBB Rating:

2 Out of 5

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16 thoughts on “Pearl Drops Whitening Toothpolish: Spearmint Review

  1. Awww that’s bad it din’t work for you. I was excited that we finally have something in India for whitening teeth. I swear by Baking soda.

      1. I make a paste of Baking soda with water and use my finger to brush my teeth. I used Baking soda on a tooth brush once and it hurt my gums. Finger is gentler. You’ll have to do it 2-3 days in a row to notice visible whitening but it works 🙂

  2. The packaging looked cute :\ Does anybody knows any other home remedy to whiten teeth instantly? Like for an emergency? 😉 😀 Baking soda didnt suit me, My gums felt a burning sensation after using it 🙁

  3. Well, one cant use baking soda regularly, it not good for the tooth enamel.
    Another thing that can be tried is taking table salt and mixing it with a few drops of mustrd oil and using a finger all over the teeth. The best so far i know, and maybe non damaging would be using the inside surface of banana peel and rubbing it over the teeth for a while. Then gargle. Does make it shiny. 🙂

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