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Shoppers are making this simple change to their dental routine for whiter teeth

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If you’re guilty of hiding your smile as a result of stains on your teeth from drinking copious cups of tea, coffee and smoking, it seems you only need two minutes out of your day ahead of your usual dental routine to give your grin the dazzling glow-up it deserves. And it won’t cost you your monthly wage. 

All it takes is a pot of the dentist-approved and non-abrasive MySweetSmile teeth whitening powder, which currently costs £24.99 down from £29.99. You need to simply brush it onto your teeth for two to four minutes just twice a week, then follow with your regular toothpaste. Your smile will be glistening in no time. 

It sounds too good to be true, we get it. But over 500,000 shoppers have attested that this at-home teeth whitening solution has been a ‘game changer’ for their yellowing teeth, transforming them to be brighter, whiter, cleaner and “better” than ever before.

The powder is made up of peroxide-free ingredients – three key components include pentasodium triphosphate, calcium carbonate and strontium chloride hexahydrate (a component often found in sensitive toothpaste) – that work to dissolve stains, plaque and debris in a matter of weeks without damaging or irritating your enamel and gums, making it a great option for those who suffer with sensitive teeth. Plus, it boasts a lovely minty fresh flavour, which is always a bonus.

It’s clear to see that this powder is a hit with shoppers, even sceptical ones who weren’t too convinced by the powder’s whitening abilities before purchasing a pot (which lasts up to six months), as it has amassed over 500,00 glistening reviews online and a 4.9 star rating, with people stating the powder “works a charm”. 

One customer shared how “MySweetSmile whitening powder [has] removed stains i thought were permanent,” while another remarked that they’d “noticed a big improvement” after using the product for just one week,

Another cited it as: “Wonderful,” adding: “It’s gentle on my gums and has effectively removed coffee stains, really happy to have found this product.” 

Those who lacked confidence smiling in public have also shared how regularly using the powder has given them a boost, stating: “I am very impressed with the results. I’m a huge coffee drinker and also a smoker, so as you can imagine my teeth were hardly Simon Cowell white. However, within just a few weeks these products have completely transformed my smile. I finally feel comfortable smiling in public again, and will be ordering again so I can use these products every now and then to keep my teeth stain free and sparkling white!”

If you’re worried the powder may present an off-putting texture, one fan of the product explained: “I was expecting the texture to be really gritty but it mixes nicely once brushing. Used it for 3 applications now and it genuinely makes my teeth feel just like they do after a hygienist appointment!”

It’s important to note that this powder isn’t a one-time fix, as the brand declares, and while some people who haven’t seen impressive results after regular use of the powder – one said: “The powder definitely makes your teeth very clean but I’m not seeing yellow teeth turn white yet. ?” MySweetSmile explains: “It’s essential to understand that teeth whitening is an ongoing journey, not a one-time fix. Regular use of our products, akin to washing a white t-shirt to keep it clean, is vital for long-lasting results. Our teeth face daily staining challenges, and our powder, used twice a week, helps in keeping them bright.”

If a quick fix is what you’re after, you may be better suited to the brand’s 30-minute teeth whitening strips or the precision whitening pen (both £19.99), which delivers results in as little as ten minutes.

MySweetSmile isn’t the only brand offering a gleaming grin for less and bargain hunters are also turning to Hismile’s PAP+ Powder that’s £10.67 at Boots, or Smilekit’s Pap+ Teeth Whitening Powder for £9.99 on Amazon.

Snap up MySweetSmile’s teeth whitening powder here for £24.99.

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