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Crest’s Get Bright Challenge: Week 1.

I am very excited to be participating in a little challenge with Crest, trying out their brand new whitening strips, Crest White Strips Advanced Seal. Over the next four weeks, I will be trying out these innovative new White Strips. I will post a new image of my teeth each Monday and let you know how I feel using them and how I feel they are working.

What am I looking forward to out of this challenge? Yes, whiter teeth. But whiter teeth through a simple process. Not messy. Not too overwhelming or time consuming. Something that works easily so that I stick with the program.

A bit about Advanced Seal:

The groundbreaking adhesive formulation temporarily molds the strip to teeth, allowing you to easily talk and even drink water for convenient whitening anywhere, anytime.

The secure fit comes off clean after whitening, leaving no mess behind.

Whether you’re on-the-go, talking on the phone or drinking water, new Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal allows you to go about your day without interruption, all while achieving your most beautiful, whiter smile.

These white strips sound like they are right up my alley and up to my challenge. That is why I decided to take this challenge along with some other bloggers.

Here is a snapshot of my teeth before starting this whitening system. (At this point I am asking myself once again why I never had braces and why I don't just bite the bullet and get myself some Invisalign!)

Be sure to check back each Monday through the end of the month to check my progress and thoughts on using this Crest's revolutionary new whitening system.

Reader Comments (2)

When I looked at that picture, it didn't even occur to me that you would need braces because your teeth are so wonderfully white.
Thanks . I definitely need some braces to straighten them out a bit. and the camera makes them look pretty white, but they are actually more of a dullish gray shade right now. Hopefully it will be quite noticeable as I use the white strips.

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