Sunday, October 20, 2013
Everybody always wants to look their best. Most people have a personal regimen that they do everyday. Buying products to make you look good is probably the number one purchase. People will buy products for their hair, oral hygiene and body to make them look as good as they can. Looking good gives a person more confidence. Having confidence gives people more determination to achieve what is important to them!
Smile Sciences Teeth Whitening PenFor this review, I received the Smile Sciences Teeth Whitening Pen! It's easy to use the Whitening Pen, simply twist the end of the pen to the right and the gel will release into the brush. Dry your teeth with a tissue or cotton ball and use the brush to apply the gel. Keep your mouth open, to allow the gel to dry for 30 seconds. It's that simple!
My only concern would be the ingredients! There are four of the ingredients that I wouldn't want to use, they are linked in red below. Each link will take you to a page, where the ingredient is not recommended. The Smile Sciences Teeth Whitening Pen works great, but I can't recommend it, because of the four ingredients!
- 12% Hydrogen Peroxide
- Propylene Glycol
- Kosher Glycerine
- Peppermint Essentials Oil
- Deionized Water
The Smile Science pen is a cosmetic solution for people who want to whiten their teeth. It's a way to whiten your teeth, without the expensive, invasive, or time consuming process associated with traditional teeth whitening methods. It was developed by dentists, by using Smile Sciences Teeth Whitening Pen twice daily, you can whiten your teeth by several shades within one week. The Smile Sciences whitening pen was featured on the hit CBS show "The Doctors" on June 16th. Smile Sciences has also been featured in OK magazine and will be in the December issue of Allure magazine as well as the Allure Beauty Box.
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