Coffee Sans the Stain

Those who know me are well aware that I love iced coffee and milk tea. No problem with having a little kick from caffeine every day, right? Wrong.

During my routine cleaning and check-up with the dentist, he asked me, “Do you smoke?” I said no. Then he followed with, “Do you drink a lot of coffee?” I gave a guilty smile and he finished the interrogation saying, “Your teeth have noticeable stains.” I knew of this fact–that coffee stains your teeth–but it never really bothered me until someone actually called it out. I then knew that okay, eventually I might consider undergoing a teeth whitening procedure some time in the mid future.

I guess, it’s really fortunate that I’m surrounded by people who are into health and beauty because I was handed a simple product that solved my tainted teeth. In just a month, I got my pearly whites back. I was quite impressed, to be honest.

While this product may cost a tad bit more than your usual supermarket staple, I say it’s a pretty hard working, yet simple product – toothpaste! This is a reasonable investment that goes a long way. I like its minty fresh flavor and how it’s just an easy part of my daily routine.I think I can also forego that dental procedure I was considering.

Hard to believe, I know, but yes. I can now go about my coffee addiction without worry of the stains. Thank you to my sister-in-law for introducing me to the AP24 Whitening Fluoride Toothpaste. If you’re a coffee and tea addict, like me, and you’re conscious of the stains, it’s worth a try.

To order, message me on social media or send me an email at mickijosue@gmail.com.

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