Removing caffeine stains from teeth

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Nov 06
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Australia’s No 1 dental whitening range could be the answer to all your oral prayers with their latest launch, Coffee & Tea Drinkers Formula.

Already blazing a trail with their No.1* rating Whitening Toothpaste Professional Choice, the latest launch from Australian brand White Glo is a formula specifically designed to lift away caffeine stains caused by coffee and tea. So if you can’t go without your coffee while you check your emails in the morning or can’t wait for your strong cup of tea for brunch, then you need White Glo Coffee & Tea Drinkers Formula.

White Glo was originally formulated by Barros Laboratories for actors and models and utilises micro-polishing particles that effectively lifts stains and discolouration caused by caffeine-ladened drinks.

White Glo strives to develop the brand with state-of-the-art technology to deliver the best whitening effect possible without damage to tooth enamel and at an affordable price compared to all rivals. This revolutionary toothpaste with Micro-Polishing Particles targets discolouration and yellowing on the tooth enamel caused by consumption of coffee and tea over time.

White Glo’s exclusive Micro Wax Protective Shield Formula also helps to repel new stains from forming, leaving teeth whiter, shinier and glossier. White Glo Coffee & Tea Drinkers Formula toothpaste contains fluoride to help protect against tooth decay.

Suitable for use with electric toothbrush, but each White Glo Coffee & Tea toothpaste pack contains a FREE Anti-Stain Toothbrush and Dental Flosser toothpicks. White Glo’s dental experts have included the new state-of-the-art brushes in all packs as their research shows that old brushes lose their cleaning and stain-removing properties.

Daily use of White Glo Coffee & Tea will produce significantly better than average results, keeping the nations teeth affordably healthy and white.

*White Glo Professional Choice was rated most effective whitening toothpaste by an Australian Consumer Association Trial in January 2005

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