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Old 08-21-2009, 02:15 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Re: Twilight teeth? Has anyone tried these?

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Hi, I got a sample of Twilight Teeth mouth pieces,
has anyone tried these, are they selling, and do they
really work? THank you in advance for any input.
Is there a teeth such that? I haven't heard it before and
I'm so curious about it? How could I have a twilight teeth?

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Old 08-21-2009, 10:09 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Re: Twilight teeth? Has anyone tried these?

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One girl got a pretty bad blister on her lip
That was most likely from what she does outside the salon.
I doubt the peroxide gel would cause blisters. I've sold tons of these things & have never had a report like that. Customers should also be using an SPF lip balm when they tan. Your lips will burn easy.
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Old 09-10-2009, 01:25 PM   #23 (permalink)
 
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^^^ I disagree, I used Hollywood whites in an Ergo 600, must have had some product on my lip and gums, it did "bite" at my lip a little throughout session. I didn't get a blister but my lips and gums were very irritated. Actually I had brownish spots on my gums from them. I called the company, who of course said they had never heard of such a thing and didn't believe it was from their product. I also went to a dentist the next day. I told him what I had used, he reitterated what I already new, lips and gums don't have the ability to tan, the marks on my gums were probably from the product "burning" them. He recommended I stay away from all whitening products as they break down teeth and lead to oversensitivity.
I have since tried the product again -great listening skills eh? and carefully applied the product to just teeth. I DID notice results, even after just one time. With careful application it was fine. Because of my reaction to the product, even tho Im probably one of the few, I decided NOT to carry these at my salon. I considered creating some sort of waiver, but decided it wasn't worth the liability. Not to mention I didn't like the idea of customers spitting in the waste can. The product doesn't taste good, so after tan you need to get it out of your mouth, trash is the nearest thing -short of the floor! The slobbering is an issue! lol, looks ridiculous and there is no way you could do anything other than a laydown.
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Re: Twilight teeth? Has anyone tried these?

I have been selling Twighlight Teeth in my store for a little over a year now with great success. I used to bleach my teeth with expensive solution from the dentist and had to keep the trays in my mouth for 3+ hours at a time. I discovered the same results with this product in a 12 minute bed with facial tanners. There is a fresh mint taste with no left over residue or need to rinse. With a retail cost of $35, this product will last approximately 10 uses. Basically it would take someone 14 years to reach the $500 mark if you got this done at a dentist and I can guarantee the dentist whitening will not last that long. I highly recommend this product.
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Re: Twilight teeth? Has anyone tried these?

I was also wondering if it worked. They sale it at the salon where I tan, but i don't want to pay that much for it without trying it first. I was wondering where I could go to get a sample of it.
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Sample? How? You need a mouth piece. Its a kit.

But Crest White Strips work JUST as well. But its hard to hold a smile for so long.
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Re: Twilight teeth? Has anyone tried these?

I have a customer that brought this in and said she likes it. I was thinking of carrying in in my salon.
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I found this...hopefully its helpful!

http://www.youtube.com/thmjunkie#p/u/2/JXCvor0GgCc
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[quote=TanningGirl4AB;15020183]I found this...hopefully its helpful!

http://www.youtube.com/thmjunkie#p/u/2/JXCvor0GgCc

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This is helpful! Although she takes way too long to say anything. Wow, talk about dragging it out!

Thanks!
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Re: Twilight teeth? Has anyone tried these?

I added this to my salon and it has been selling like crazy! It does work too! All my employees have used it and love it. I think it is a good thing to add to your salon. I sell it for 38.00.
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