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How Can I Actually Have Whiter Teeth?

Smiling’s My Favorite! I really do love to smile and anyone that has ever told you they don’t, is LYING! I mean smiling is like the best thing in the world because it means you are happy. Plus it is contagious. So it makes sense that I want my smile to look as PERFECT as it can be but I’ll be honest, that isn’t easy. Having a whiter smile is part of my issue. So I asked myself, “How Can I Actually Have Whiter Teeth?”.How can I actually have whiter teeth?You see, I have what I like to call a “coffee addiction”. By now, coffee probably runs through my veins. I am a mom and I work full-time from my home so coffee really keeps me going but it does have one downside: it yellows my teeth.

NOOOO! *screams in panic*

I had to do something. Whitening kits were out of the question (hello, I don’t want to have to sell my first born to afford them).

So after doing some research and asking around, I came across this whitening fluoride toothpaste. So I purchased it and gave it a shot. I mean for less than $9 I really couldn’t go wrong, right?

Well, guess what? It totally whitened my teeth! Check out the before and after photos below!

smile before

and…

smile after

The thing I really love about this toothpaste (other than the whitening aspect) is that is it a light toothpaste. By “light” I mean it isn’t gritty or overly fragranced or tasty. It’s got a light vanilla-mint flavor, applies smoothly and leaves my teeth clean. And it totally whitens your teeth.

How to Get Whiter and Brighter Teeth:

Simply Brush at least twice daily. Note: It is recommended to brush after each meal.

That’s it!

I fell in love with this toothpaste so much that I stocked up and just ordered 3 bottles so I never run out. I even have my husband using it!Nu Skin whitening toothpaste

Everyone loves to smile so this Christmas give the gift of whiter teeth. You can snag the AP-24 Whitening Fluoride Toothpaste Here. I am off to brush my teeth again! Wahooo!

Anna Cesnjevar

Tuesday 18th of July 2017

Whitening toothpastes have been criticised for containing abrasive particles which can wear tooth enamel away, and some researchers say that hydrogen peroxide, the most commonly used bleachingagent, may be carcinogenic and weaken teeth.`-;

Jill Scott

Wednesday 8th of March 2017

Hey Jamie, Have you ever tried using turmeric to whiten your teeth?