Get Fabulous for Girl’s Night with Tom’s of Maine

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Thank you Tom’s of Maine for sponsoring this post!

I’m almost 40, guys. I know, I know, what does that have to do with anything? Well, JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING, for starters. I am getting old-ish. A few years ago, I was living life without a care in the world, doing whatever, sunbathing without SPF 100, never using night creams, all about aging gracefully and not caring about anything. Then I got divorced. Now I care about a lot of things. For instance, I dye my hair regularly. I get manicures and pedicures. I eat a low carb diet and I wear tight dresses. I also whiten my teeth with Tom’s of Maine now. 

Yep. After years of drinking coffee and soda, and (yes, I know, it’s awful), smoking cigarettes, my teeth weren’t exactly white. This may not be the biggest problem I face as a relatively newly single woman, but you know what? I smile. I smile A LOT, and men notice this about me! Hell, my friends and family notice too! I am always laughing, always smiling, and while my mouth isn’t actually quite large, so my teeth don’t always show – when they do, I want them to be pearly white and pretty!

Are you looking for a natural way to whiten your teeth? This most advanced natural whitening toothpaste, Tom’s of Maine Luminous White Toothpaste, is safe on enamel and safe for everyday use, so you can use it constantly without worrying about switching it up and alternating with something else. I even take mine with me when I travel, as I mentioned in this post about switching to Tom’s of Maine Luminous White Toothpaste!

Get Fabulous for Girl's Night with Tom's of Maine

Tom’s of Maine Luminous White toothpaste contains no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives, and there is absolutely no animal testing. Also? It’s gluten free. You’d be surprised at how many health and beauty products actually contain gluten! What I really love about Tom’s of Maine Luminous White toothpaste is that it’s not full of crazy chemicals that can harm your teeth. As I may have mentioned…I am not getting any younger! One of the things I am paying more attention to now is the use of more natural products, as some harsh oral care products can actually weaken my already weakening enamel! Tom’s of Maine Luminous White Toothpaste uses a clinically proven natural whitening technology to remove surface stains that is also safe for everyday use – yeah, you read that correctly: NATURAL whitening technology.

Tom’s of Maine Luminous White Toothpaste is one of my go-to products when getting ready for a girl’s night out…which is at least twice a week. Hey! I’m very fortunate that most of my girlfriends are single and we meet for dinner or drinks a few nights a week. Regardless of what we are doing or where we are going, we always strive to look our best!

My must haves aren’t really a huge deal, they’re actually pretty basic.

Get Fabulous for Girl's Night with Tom's of Maine

Some of my favorite products are super inexpensive and can be found at almost any drugstore or grocery store. I make sure to always have coconut oil as moisturizer, a great curl cream, waxing strips for my upper lip (who wants to spend $12 at the salon when you can remove that stubborn hair with a $6 box of at home waxing strips?!), a pretty nail polish, simple perfume, a great mascara and illuminator and of course…a great whitening toothpaste and toothbrush!

Get Fabulous for Girl's Night with Tom's of Maine

You can find Tom’s Luminous White Toothpaste at your favorite retailers, including: WalmartTarget and Amazon.

 

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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