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Where can I buy home teeth whitening products?


I read a lot about free trial offers for teeth whitening products. Are they Ok and where to buy them?


7 Responses to “Where can I buy home teeth whitening products?”
  1. Nosmas98 says:

    I’ve used and recommend the Crest Whitestrips products. You can occasionally find them on sale at drugstores like Walgreens or CVS. Target and Walmart also carry them. They aren’t as good as professional whitening. But then again, for about $25 as opposed to a couple hundred, they’re pretty good. They used to give out free samples by mail. But now there’s just coupons online:

  2. Sanju says:

    No need. take a bowl, add a pich of baking soda and salt and rub nicely. Keep it for 5 minutes and then wash off. I regained my teeth shine by this method.

  3. Volleyball girl 19 says:

    Wal-Mart, CVS, Target. They are pretty cheap their! Also, get the crest ones they are the best ones! The reason they are better than others is that they have an advanced seal on them, so you can drink water with them on. The link below gives you more info. on them!

  4. md says:

    I used the Dazzle White Pro to whiten my teeth and I am very happy with the results.
    there is a 14 day trial offer coupon here:

  5. mibale says:

    One of the most common tricks used to build credibility for useless products is the fake review website. Scamsters create their own websites devoted to reviews of whitening products – and publish phony reviews, tests and claims – under the guise of objective Internet journalism. Some of the false testominoal/blog sties will even check your location via IP address, then plug your city in the testimonial (i.e. Cathy from Your City, Your State).
    Watch your credit card statements! If you have purchased whitening products from an unknown source.

    An effective whitening product can make a dramatic difference in your smile. And not all online whitening sites are scams, but it can be very difficult to know because of the suspicious marketing tactics that many of these companies use. To ensure you are getting a quality product, stick with over-the-counter brand names you recognize or visit your dentist (not mall kiosks) for professional in-office or take-home teeth whitening.

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  6. Bob C says:

    Check out the link in my sig. They provide products to help whiten your teeth, and they also provide a free sample when you order online. Check it out in my sources box below.

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