I’ve had some pretty poor luck with whitening products lately, my last effort was a complete bust! Thanks to my husband making a comment that he can tell I’ve been drinking a lot of coffee lately (thanks honey!), I’ve been more self-conscious than usual. A recipe for a bright and healthy smile is absolutely essential– I know I’ve been doing a decent job because my dentist hasn’t lectured me about anything lately!
The latest Crest Whitestrips, Advanced Seal were released earlier this year and I didn’t try them at the time because I had just used another whitening system and wanted to wait of course. But there was no better time than after my failed attempt at 5-minute whitening and clicking my heels together. One of the coolest things I found about the Advanced Seal Whitestrips is that they really adhered to my teeth with ZERO problems. I’ve often had issues with the old school ones staying in place, but these weren’t going anywhere and they were so thin, it was almost like there was nothing on my teeth at all. They are designed to conform to the tooth surface and be worn for 30 minutes at a time for 14 days– or less if you achieve your desired shade before then. I began to get a little giddy after day 4 as there was a remarkable difference, and after day 7, I decided to keep the remaining 7 sets of strips to use at a later date for the next time I need a little boost. These are easy-peasy and my new fave way to whiten my teeth. On average, these will cost about $45 for a 14-day supply, but I’ve seen them on sale for much less at places like Walmart. If you’re not sure about shelling out the cash for Advanced Seal, there’s also a trial pack available for about $4.99 that contains a 2-day supply. The super score is the $7 off coupon for the full size inside of the trial pack. Take that, Mr. Beauty Junkie! Who’s got the semi-coffee teeth now?
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