Whiten Your Teeth For Summertime With This Deal On Crest Whitestrips

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Want whiter teeth? Well you don’t have to go to a fancy dentist to get them. You can just head to Amazon and pick up some Crest 3D Whitestrips. And go quickly, because they’re currently on sale.

You can pick up a package of Crest 3D Whitestrips from Amazon for only $33 right now, off from the regular price of $45. That’s a small price to pay for beautiful, whiter teeth! This product is also eligible for Prime membership perks and is rated Amazon’s Choice, which means real consumers of the strips have rated them highly on Amazon.

Normally $45, these whitestrips are 26 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $45, these whitestrips are 26 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Crest 3D White Glamorous White Whitestrips Dental Teeth Whitening Strips Kit, 14 Treatments – Lasts 6 Months & Beyond on sale for $33.27

The package comes with 14 treatments, which are to be applied in the course of four weeks. Everything is labeled on the product for easy instructions on how to use, but essentially, you apply the whitestrips for 30 minutes each day for the best results. The strips mold to the shape of your teeth and then cleanly come off after you’re done using them.

They work to remove tough stains from wine, smoking, coffee, and anything else that may have stained them over the years. After you’re done with your whitening package, the end result should last over 6 months, and even beyond.

So, what are you waiting for? The process is simple, the price is right, and the result is a stunning, fresh white smile. Pick up your Crest 3D Whitestrips today!

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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Masha Berman