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  • Cocowhite promises a naturally white smile
  • Cocowhite promises a naturally white smile
    Leo Hidalgo, 2016 ©
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Cocowhite promises a naturally white smile

Coconut oil is said to have antioxidant, antibacterial and antiviral properties. And as it becomes increasingly coveted, brands are harnessing its powers. Cocowhite is a teeth whitening brand claiming its coconut-based product can give you a naturally bright smile.

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