Smile with REMBRANDT® and REACH®- review & giveaway
I’ve talked about a few Reach teeth whitening products before, such as, REACH® Total Care + Whitening Floss. And now I’m here to share with you my thoughts on a few products from Rembrandt, plus as a bonus I’d like to share with you about some “smile stats” later on in this post.
We had a chance to try our Rembrandt’s White deeper & Restores Enamel toothpaste, with peroxide. At first it took some time to get use to the taste of the toothpaste but after awhile it was fine. Within two weeks I noticed that my teeth were looking whiter and my breath didn’t smell as bad.
The other Rembrandt product I tested out was their 2 hour Whitening kit. What I loved about this is the form fitting teeth mold that you make fit exactly to your mouth. After that you just add the whitening gel and let sit in your mouth for 20 minutes. I’ll admit I was drooling a bit but just after that 2 hour time I was already seeing a huge difference and I didn’t have to pay the high prices like you do at your dental health care provider.
I think these products are pretty awesome and love that I can have my teeth whiter without breaking the bank. And now one of my readers will have a chance to win a few products from Reach and Rembrandt.
“Did you know…
· 87% of adults want whiter teeth**
· People with white teeth are perceived to be 65% more professional and 51% more confident*
· A white smile is visible from 200 feet and is a sign of warmth, confidence, and health*
· White teeth increased the perception of a person’s professional success by 68%, financial success by 64%, and trustworthiness by 52%*
If that wasn’t enough to convince you, how about this? People with white teeth are perceived as 59% more confident on first dates!*”
~ Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received a free sample to facilitate my review. This post reflects my honest, personal opinion and experience with the product which may differ from yours. Product information courtesy of the sponsor. No monetary compensation was provided for this post.
*As reported in a recent study “The Impact of Whiter Teeth on Key First Impressions,” led by smile psychologist Dr. Decher Kelter of the University of California at Berkeley
** Panel Data; Gallup Study of Whitening Products