Teeth Whitening Reviews 101, an online teeth whitening resource warns consumers to stay clear of on-line teeth whitening scams.
Online PR News – 28-June-2012 – San Diego, CA – Teeth Whitening Reviews 101, (www.teethwhiteningreviews101.com) an online teeth whitening resource is warning consumers to stay clear of on-line teeth whitening scams.
Shelly Smith, the website's spokesperson says that while there are many valid, reputable products, there are many to stay away from. "We highly recommend reading 'consumer' reviews. Many sites are launched for the sole purpose of selling a particular product. The website owner then writes fake reviews in order to mislead the consumer."
Smith says that these products can whiten your teeth, but, that the products are poorly made, over priced and the bleaching ingredient is usually watered down and less effective.
"We see complaints that the bleaching ingredient is watered down, the pens are leaking and consumers can't get a hold of the comany for a refund." Smith recommeds that consumers read through the reviews on their site as well as other reputable review sites.
Smith says that a good way to know a site is not reputable is by the amount of products they review. "Are these review sites reviewing the classic teeth whitening products from Crest and Aquafresh or are they just reviewing products you haven't heard of? That should be a red flag."
Teeth Whitening Reviews 101 says that they have seen consumers give great crest white strips reviews, glo teeth whitening reviews and other commonly heard of products. Smith says that if you buy teeth whitening products online, they recommmend you buy through a reputable company like www.amazon.com or other big name sites.
Teeth Whitening Reviews 101 offers consumer, editorial and video teeth whitening reviews of teeth whitening products currently on the market.