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The Power of Your Smile

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I have always been a smile girl, in fact, rarely will you find a picture of me without a smile, simply because I like how my face looks with a big, toothy grin.   Therefore, making sure I have white teeth has always been a priority and I have religiously whitened teeth at home every 6 months using a teeth whitening kit.   Sadly, the issue with those is that I also have sensitive teeth (thanks, beautiful process of aging) and have used those kits less and less because they hurt.  I have also tried professional teeth whitening but didn't see a huge difference as she said my teeth were quite white already.  Which is a problem I'm okay with having? I have friends who don't like to smile in pictures when they're next to me because my teeth are always white.   You'd think from all the red wine I drink that  I would have red teeth...but no.....

Here are a few things to know before buying a teeth whitening kit:



So when Smile Brilliant offered to send me custom fitted teeth whitening trays in exchange for my honest review, I was thrilled and very eager to try this process at home and partner with this company.





First step was to make the molds and then send them back so they could create the custom fitted trays.  The process took maybe 15 minutes and then I sent them away.  A couple weeks later I received my trays and was ready to go.  I started the process in early December and completed all the tubes last week.  I would alternate nights as I have sensitive teeth and didn't want to feel that hurt.  One thing I noticed was how effective the desensitizing gel was for after the treatment; I could rarely notice the next day that I had done a treatment.



The other thing I noticed that was better with Smile Brilliant than any other treatment I have tried is that it actually whitened my lower teeth.  Most times I could still see some yellow but with this it made the majority of it disappear.  The other aspect I noticed is the colour of the white...it really was brilliant.  Like a crisp, look at me, I should be a celebrity, white.







So for someone with already quite white teeth, I was thoroughly impressed with the level of white I got my teeth to, the lack of hurt and the overall simplicity of the treatment.  A definite 2 thumbs up from me!

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Comments

  1. Looks amazing! Love a good teeth whitener!

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  2. Living on Cloud Nine02 February, 2017 22:26

    LOVE that beautiful smile!!! Great product!

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  3. You definitely have a beautiful smile! This is something I want to look into as soon as I'm done with Invisalign.

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  4. I really want to try a teeth whitening system and this ones seems simple enough.

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  5. I ordered one off eBay awhile back and am obsessed. And it was only $11!!

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  6. Wow! Your results are great! And I love your smile :) Happy weekend friend!

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  7. Yup, definitely will be continuing with this.

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  8. I typically avoid whitening products because of my sensitive teeth as well. This sounds great with its desensitizing product! You have a gorgeous smile and beautiful white teeth!

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  9. It's great it worked for you even though you had sensitive teeth! :) You have a beautiful smile too - both before and after!

    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  10. Beautiful smile on a beautiful lady!

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  11. I loved this product when I used it! And I still have some of the gel left that I'm saving to rewhitten when I need it!

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  12. I'm really excited to try and whiten my teeth here shortly! Over the year, coffee and wine have done a number on the color :(

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  13. I like to smile when my teeth are white!

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