What You'll Get
Yellow teeth indicate an addiction to smoking cigarettes, drinking coffee, or swishing with butter. Undo unsightly dairy habits with today's Groupon: for $79, you get an in-office NuYu Teeth Whitening at Bella Tula Salon, Classic Beauty Concepts, or Serenity Salon (a $199 value).
Specialized technicians garnish grins in pearly-white hues during NuYu teeth-whitening sessions, which can brighten fangs 2–8 shades or more on the Vita Bleachguide. Clients clamp down on prefilled mouth trays and recline in comfort as a cold-blue LED light activates the hydrogen-peroxide solution, sending revved-up molecules throughout the mouth's toothy landscapes and dusty attics. The specially designed NuYu trays encompass breathing vents, cushioned overhangs to protect lips, and built-in light magnification, which accelerates the whitening process to a succinct 30-minutes. Newly brightened smiles should avoid dark-colored food and beverages for 24 hours following the treatment to prevent re-staining of porous enamel. Results can last up to a year depending on diet and amount of time spent shouting at unpredictable ballpoint pens.
Upon redemption, Groupon customers will receive a $10 credit good toward future teeth-whitening products or services.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About NuYu Teeth Whitening
NuYu Teeth Whitening's range of dental gels whitens teeth in spas or the comfort of one's home. Both their take-home and in-office solutions use silicone mouth trays, which comfortably hold whitening gel snugly against teeth as they coax out stains. Their take-home whitening kits come in three varieties: a standard set with peroxide gel, an extra-strength kit designed specifically for tobacco stains, and an organic pack that preempts peroxide with an eco-friendly formula that leaves teeth so dazzling, global-warming rays are reflected right back into space.