Without white teeth to serve as glistening reflectors for the sunlight, humans would be easy targets for vampires seeking hearty meals during the day. Arm yourself and brighten your smile with today’s Groupon: A Chic-Flic Dual Sided Teeth Whitening and Lip Gloss Plumper Pen for R237.50. It has beautiful white stones for celebrity flare and an illuminating LED light wand for use anywhere, even in the dark.
When the term ‘winning smile’ is heard, one conjures up an image of gleaming white teeth, bright enough to reflect light beams up to satellites. Unfortunately this isn’t the case for everyone, and after years of skipping a brushing every now and then and only flossing when there’s half a steak lodged between your teeth, your ivories may have lost the mystical charm that they once commanded. Enter Whiter Image Dental; a brave champion on an impeccable stallion armed with teeth-whitening and smile-empowering solutions potent enough to put the life back into a mummy’s dentition.
One of the best things about Whiter Image Dental’s products is that they are designed to be used at home, hence avoiding the common-man’s Mordor for a little longer. Doing more than just turning your chompers into pearly whites, the Chic-Flic Teeth Whitening and Lip Gloss Plumper Pen also gives smiles the chance to outshine the brightest camera flashes. A dual-sided tooth whitener and lip-gloss plumper in one, the pen is perfect for on-the-go types who regularly run into unexpected situations. The tooth whitener contains approximately 50 applications and wipes away the film of red wine and coffee, while the lip-gloss plumper moisturises as it shines, giving lips a smoother and younger appearance. With the respective sides of the pen containing 36% mint flavoured carbamide peroxide whitening gel and a patented clinically proven lip plumper ingredient on the other, inconspicuous Christmas cameras and professional photographers alike will find it hard to get a snap of your bad side.
Toothy fact: Before the development of modern dentures, many amateur dentists used boiled candy dipped in white paint, to replace missing teeth. Although effective at first glance, the candy dentures were short-lived due to patients’ tendencies to eat them.