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In a perfect world, all we'd need to get our pearly whites, well, pearly, is to brush, floss and visit our dentist every so often. But the reality is, to attain the type of bright white smile that you see on the red carpet, you have to put in a bit more work.
Luckily, you don't have to spend a fortune for that megawatt smile — in fact, Amazon shoppers believe they found just the thing. The Cali White Vegan Teeth Whitening Kit is designed to brighten up those chompers, all with minimal sensitivity and a vegan formula to boot. Not to mention: We have an exclusive code — 20YAHOOCALI — which brings the price down from $55 to just $24!
Here's how the magic happens: The made-in-the-USA formula is packed with 35 percent carbamide peroxide, so it works really quickly (we're talking results-after-first-use quickly). You'll see the full effect after about a week of daily 30-minute treatments.
It's easy to use: Just add the formula to the tray using the syringe, then insert it into your mouth and turn on the activating light. Once your session is done, rinse off the excess.
Nearly 5,000 five-star shoppers back up the kit's claims — even dental professionals! One hygienist shared: "Cali White stole my heart! As a hygienist, I’m always curious about any new products, especially the whitening ones! Cali White takes the prize! I’ve tried several take-home whitening kits but those always made my teeth extra sensitive...Cali White is gentle, easy to use and you can see the results right in front of your eyes! I was completely amazed! Especially with the charcoal with coconut oil toothpaste! I was so impressed!"
Some reviewers even prefer it to in-office treatments:
'I love this kit!" shared a shopper. "It is easy to use and works better than kits I’ve gotten at the dentist. I enjoy the timer on the light — it allows me to go about my day and whiten without spending time watching the clock. It works fast. I noticed results after just one use. I would recommend this kit to anyone!"
One shopper asked a dentist to start carrying the kit — it's that good!
"I love this," she shared. "My fiancé is a dentist. I think this is the best over-the-counter teeth whitener. I don’t have any sensitivity. It brightens my teeth. I’m a daily coffee drinker and I use it about once weekly. I’ve even suggested that my fiancé carry this in his office!"
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