Packaging: The packaging is a bit too big. I don’t know about you but they could have made this packaging half the size for easy storage. The strips come in a flat rectangle each and when you peel one open you can see a clear plastic that holds the parts that go on your teeth. I wish they had better instructions too since I had to look them up. I didn’t know if you were supposed to brush your teeth or not before hand. You don’t need to.
Durability: I don’t think that they stick on that well to your teeth. The top row is easy to master after the first two or so and then youc an adjust as needed but the bottom row always shifted on me. I think that there was one time that it was okay but for the other times the bottom row just wouldn’t stay.
Pigmentation: When you remove the strips you may see a white residue that is not all over your teeth but in the crevices and that is fine because it is the extra but you can easily wash it off if you would like.
Budget: Approximately $40 depending on where you go and it is a bit overpriced to me and I want a budget friendly version if you all know of one.