Easy Peasy Bright White Smile: Featuring Smile Brilliant
I'm super excited to bring my collaboration with Smile Brilliant to The Fab Junkie. Have you tried at home teeth whitening systems yet? If you haven't then this is definitely something you're going to want to keep reading. When I was first contacted by Smile Brilliant to work with them, I was hesitant because I've had some bad experiences with teeth whitening strips in the past. All I could think of was, is the pain worth it? Well, obviously I had to find out for myself.
First off, let me say that the process is seamless. Smile Brilliant's custom teeth whitening system is truly the easiest thing I've used. They send you everything you need to create your impressions and in a few weeks, you receive your trays in the mail. No hassle. No rush.
Below you can see that I received a Teeth Whitening Gel syringe and the Desensitizing syringe. Each syringe was about 3 uses. You want to be very careful with adding the whitening gel to your impressions. You don't want to over due the whitening gel because you can end up getting it on your gums AND that's a no no, In this case, more isn't better.
The two photos were taken before trying Smile Brilliant and then after (a few days ago). The photos were taken in different lighting so the color temperature may seem different but the results are obvious!
The whole whitening process can take up to 3 hours depending on your sensitivity and since I had some pain, I only did it for 45 mins a day (skipped the weekends). While I whiten, I would catch up on some blog photo editing. It was the easiest thing to do and for the month, I would just dedicate that time to edit and put my photos in order. If you find that you have less sensitivity you can keep your whitening trays on for much longer (up to 3 hours).
Smile Brilliant makes whitening at home super easy for anyone. It can get rid of easy stains from coffee or hard to remove stains like tobacco. Oh and did I mention that the gel is vegan?
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