Giveaway :: Smile Brilliant

Thursday, November 20, 2014


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I used to be so confident about my smile. It was the one thing I was complimented on the most and I truly felt as though my genuine smile was contagious. Over the years, however, I have become so much more conscious about my teeth. The years have taken their toll and I notice that I don’t smile quite as brightly as I used to. This sounds like an infomercial, doesn’t it? Regardless, it’s the truth: my smile is not the bright light it used to be and that bothers me. I’ve always wanted to get my teeth professionally whitened but the cost just seems too much considering it’s not a “necessity.”

Smile Brilliant has answered my prayers. They have created an at-home system you order online that rivals the best whitening trays available at your dentist, without the heft price tag. Also without leaving your home! Using the same high-quality products you would find at your dentist’s office, Smile Brilliant brings the benefits of having whiter, brighter teeth without any hassle. Just order, get your materials to make your impressions, send them away and soon you will have customized trays that fit your teeth perfectly. Seriously, friends, with simplicity like this, I feel as though my smile can finally live up to its potential again. There is nothing vain about wanting clean, white teeth. After all, we wear our smile every day. Why not keep it in its prime?

Smile Brilliant is giving away one Tray Creation Kit plus 3 whitening and 3 desensitizing gel syringes to one lucky winner! Giveaway is open internationally although anyone outside of the US must pay for shipping. To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Wednesday, November 26th.
*For an extra entry, please click on the following link and follow the directions to get your entry code and leave a second comment here with the generated code! http://www.smilebrilliant.com/giveaway/signup#knott Yay! Extra entries!*
Please visit Smile Brilliant and tell us: In the list of your best attributes, where does your smile fall — near the top or the bottom?
Start checking the winner’s box on Tuesday, December 2nd, to see if you’ve won!
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    heather f says:

    I have to be careful that when I am tired and I smile it doesn’t look forced. a smile can soften a lot of stressful moments

    I don’t have pretty teeth so my smile would be toward the very bottom of my list!

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    Kate B says:

    I used to rate my smile near the bottom. My lips tend to pull up real high so an open-lipped smile features half gums and half teeth. It made me super self-conscious when I was in high school and college.

    Then one day, I was looking at pictures of my sisters and mom and realized they have the same smile as I do. Now I think of it as something that connects my family and it doesn’t really bother me anymore. Happy moments are much better with a big expressive smile and I’m so glad I don’t feel so strangely about sharing mine anymore.

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    My teeth aren’t as white as I would like, but they are straight, thanks to years of braces and continual use of retainers. I love to laugh, and I often get compliments on my smile, so I think it’s high on my list of attributes. 🙂

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    extra code: smile168 

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    Charlotte D. says:

    My smile is at the top of my attributes.  I don’t have perfect teeth but I like to smile nonetheless.  I try to have good thoughts on just about anything so it is easy for me to smile.  I feel that by simply smiling you can make anyone’s day better.  

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    Heidi says:

    I think my smile is one of my best attributes. I love brightening someone’s day just through a simple smile. I’d love to whiten my teeth- my dentist called them multicolored 🙁 But it didn’t stop me from smiling!

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    ginger g. says:

    I think  I have a pretty decent smile!  I have a gap between my two front teeth, which I wanted to change when I was younger.  Now, I feel it gives me character and it’s such a unique part of me, that I kind of love it 🙂

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    Pumpernickel says:

    Smile 168

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    Pumpernickel says:

    I had never thought about it but my smile is near the top of my list of things I like about myself. I would be more likely to flash a grin if it were just a little bit whiter!

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    jenn says:

    i would say my smile is more towards the top  – solely because i have been given the gift of “serious resting face” so whenever i smile people are genuinely surprised that i’m not angry. 

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    Lynda Del says:

    I think I have a nice smile, however, I’d love to have a brighter smile!

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    beth says:

    I think my smile falls nicely in the middle.

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    Emily M. says:

    I love my smile! I can be pretty silly and I smile and laugh a lot. I have thankfully never had a cavity or the need to get braces. I would say my smile is at the top of my favorite attributes!

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    Susie says:

    My smile is one of my best attributes, because more than anything else, it shows the real me. I can convey so much emotion and can silently communicate with a genuine smile. There are so many ways to smile, and being comfortable to just let them come as they may I feel is a gift to share. 

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    Susie says:

    smile168. Thanks!

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    Katherine says:

    I have a great smile, but I’d love for it to be a bit whiter.

    It’s been a rough couple of years and my smile has looked forced in so many photos recently – something I’m really trying to change.

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    Katherine says:

    And the code: smile168  🙂

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    bubbles says:

    Code first…smile168
    I think my smile could certainly use refreshing width brighter and whiter teeth, especially since I’m in the latter part of my years…aging teeth are not pretty and can detract from a great smile. Help please!!

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    Anna says:

    Having been so insecure about my smile growing up, I am extremely confident about who I am, along with my smile now.  Though it took a few procedures and many years of braces, the pain only revealed something I see as beautiful.  My smile definitely ranks at the top of my best attributes.

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    Jennifer says:

    I would say that smile alone is about in the middle. But smile + eyes is much closer to the top!

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    Ellen says:


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    Ellen says:

     I’ve always taken great care of my teeth, but the coffee and red wine nights (and–let’s face it–junk food nights, days, and weekends…) have taken that 20-something sparkle away. I always get compliments on my smile–but fewer as I get older. It’s important to me to be warm and inviting in life and in my job. I’d love to bump my smile up a few notches so it can continue telling the world “I am open! Come talk to me, people!!”

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    Sparrow says:

    As a kid, I refused to smile in pictures because I thought my canines look too vampiric. Ha! I’ve gotten over my insecurities, believing that if smile and try not to worry about myself, that I will be attractive. That said, I want to make improvements to give myself more confidence. I want them whiter and straighter and so I’d like to work towards those goals. Thank you for this opportunity! I’ve wanted to whiten my teeth for so long but it hasn’t been financially feasible. Smiles are so personal and intimate and to give people the chance to smile brighter is a true gift.

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    Monica Borge says:

    For a very very long time I hated my smile, it could have been my least favorite attribute, but in the last two or three years I have learned to love it. My gap that my family could never afford to fix, my small mouth with big lips that opened wider than imagined, how my clef chin only becomes visible when I smile, and my slight over bite. All of it makes me unique and I am damn proud to wear my smile everyday because otherwise life would be pretty dreary.