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Dreaming of pearly whites? No need to spend hundreds of dollars on professional treatments — in fact, you don’t even have to leave your house.
QVC just marked down the Supersmile Extra White 32-oz Pre-Rinse Toothpaste & Accelerator, and it’s a much simpler (not to mention far less expensive) way to get that A-lister bright white smile of your dreams. All you need to do is brush your teeth!
It’s a massive steal: For just $55, you’ll get three products that would cost $233 if purchased separately. That’s nearly 76 percent off! Bonus: If you’re new to QVC, you’ll get $10 off your first order with the code HOLIDAY.
The system is comprised of three easy steps. You start with the Extra White Whitening Pre-Rinse, which removes temporary surface discoloration and boosts whitening. Next, mix the Extra Whitening Toothpaste and Extra Whitening Accelerator on your toothbrush, and get brushing!
What makes the regimen so effective is the formula. The toothpaste is made with Calprox, which removes stains chemically rather than abrasively (and it’s also gentler on your teeth). It works, too — according to a clinical 30-day study, participants noticed a 3 shade difference in their teeth, with maximum results reaching up to 6 shades. The before and after photos really speak for themselves.
Supersmile was developed by Dr. Irwin Smigel, a world-renowned dental clinician, founder and current president of the American Society for Dental Aesthetic, and a diplomat for the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry. To see the products in action, watch this video.
For 55 bucks, you really can’t go wrong. Don’t want to throw down the dough all at once? You can opt for five interest-free EasyPays and dole out just $11 per installment.
Grab the good stuff while it’s in stock — it won’t be around for long.
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