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Removes years of teeth stains in just 1 hour for a noticeably whiter smile.

Linda Bucaro
Oct 06, 2020
Hi - PEGs (polyethylene glycols) and PG (propylene glycol) are two different ingredients with different properties. However, there can be some ingredients that have both in their composition (e.g. PEG-25 Propylene Glycol Stearate). We'd be happy to create a Personal Allergy Code (PAC) for you with propylene glycol and any other allergens you'd like to have included. Please send us a note to
Oct 06, 2020
Isn’t PEG(1-100) also known as Propylene glycol? How can I tell your app to stay clear of propylene glycol and PG and PEG? I’m getting all excited seeing all the hard work y’all have put in to tell me what products I can use... then I take a look at the ingredients and there’s that ugly word PEG or PG. This is my first day to use your app, and with that said it clearly could be me!
Hang tight. We're thinking.