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Lumineux Called For Foul In Teeth Whitening Claim Review For Implying ‘Harm’ From Crest Whitestrips

Lumineux Draws Foul In Review Of Teeth Whitening Claim For Implying ‘Harm’ From Crest Whitestrips

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National Advertising Division recommends Oral Essentials discontinue  claims on packaging that Lumineux strips are "first on the market that are delicious and clinically proven to whiten teeth as well as the leading brand, without the harm associated with bleaches.”

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