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Arm & Hammer’s Advance White Brilliant Sparkle Toothpaste Review

I am delighted to be one of twenty bloggers featured in Arm & Hammer’s Switch & Save Challenge. During the next five months, I’ll be testing several Arm & Hammer products and sharing my experiences with you.

I hate my teeth.


When I was 23, I tried to convince a dental surgeon to remove them all and implant fake ones.

No joke.

He declined.

No, not really declined. He flat out refused and told me that I was crazy. And then he sent me to his friend, a dentist.

I’ve gone to his friend, the dentist, ever since. I like him; he’s a good dentist. I used to be very anxious about have dental work, but he is kind and gentle and patient. I am not anxious at all about going to his office.

Anyway, this isn’t about my dentist. It’s about my new toothpaste.

When I leave the dentist’s office, my teeth feel clean. Not squeaky clean (that’s how my previous, cheap toothpaste made them feel), but real, fresh, authentic clean.

That’s how my teeth feel when I use Arm & Hammer’s Advance White Brilliant Sparkle Toothpaste.

I didn’t know that switching toothpastes would make such a difference in my teeth. I could tell right away that the Advance White toothpaste was working differently than my old stuff; my tongue, gums, and cheeks tingled.

The very first time, the toothpaste (and my fancy electric toothbrush) buffed my teeth to a sparkling shine. Some of my normal sensitive spots were a little aggrevated, evidence that the deep cleaning Arm & Hammer claims is really going on. There’s no doubt in my mind that it penetrates the tiny cracks in my teeth to polish away discolored spots.

I felt it.

I am going to continue using Advance White toothpaste, even after the Switch & Save challenge is over; my teeth need the help. After 31 years of abuse from pop, candy, and lollipops, they are discolored do a dull yellow.

I took a before picture when I first started using Arm & Hammer’s Advance White Brilliant Sparkle Toothpaste. I’ll let you know if there’s a difference in my last post.

This is a sponsored post for Church & Dwight Co., Inc, the maker of Arm & Hammer branded products. Church & Dwight Co., Inc is compensating me to try different products. All opinions are my own.

Sign up for a free sample of Advance White Brilliant Sparkle Toothpaste then head over to The Switch & Save Challenge to keep up with all of the bloggers and enter to win $25,000.

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