The holiday season is here and with it comes lots of holiday parties. While you're out shopping for gifts and those fabulous holiday outfits, why not pick up Go Smile so you can also wear a winning smile this holiday.
Over the summer, we attended the Face & Body Expo where we checked out the latest and greatest in lotions, potions and more, and GoSmile was one of our favorites. We tested several products on and off camera including their Touch Up ampoules, FlashLites Smile Touch ups and AM/PM Toothpaste duo.
GoSmile differentiates itself from the pack by eliminating the pain and “mess” that usually comes along with teeth whitening. Here’s our assessment of the items we tested:
Touch Up ampoules: We tested the original mint flavored ampoules and our first thought was that they’re not very minty. Other than that, we like how the ampoule makes it easy to put the solution on all of your teeth and on some more than others if needed. It’s not messy and or goopy and can be done after lunch and then just left on. It was very easy and there was no pain after using them for the week.
FlashLites Smile Touch ups: These were very similar to the Touch Ups, but are more for “instantly erase everyday stains caused by coffee, red wine and more, before they set.” Touch Ups are great to keep in your purse or car.
AM/PM Toothpaste Duo: If you have used the same brand of toothpaste for awhile, the AM/PM toothpaste duo may taste very strange at first, but after a few days of using them, you'll get used to the taste. We did. The best way we can describe it is that they taste more herbal-y. The AM is formulated with essential oils including lemon, lime, orange, and mandarin, and is infused with peppermint. The PM has essential oils like chamomile and lavender, valerian root, and a dash of vanilla. Sounds more like a recipe than a toothpaste, but they both contain white cranberry extract (to whiten) and fluoride to prevent decay.
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NOTE: This post is a re-post and edited version of our original post at http://bub.blicio.us where both Alison and I contribute regularly.