As Seen On TV ads are popular and when visiting the local drug store I always stop by to see what they have to offer. Somehow when you see the actual product you always have the gut feeling that it's not as amazing as it's advertised on the commercials. There's also the feeling that somehow you're getting cheated because the commercials almost always offer two items with the second one being free...just pay a separate postage fee. Of course, the second postage fee covers the cost so you're getting ripped off in any case.
The other day I saw some false teeth (uppers only) that promised to
give you an amazing smile for only $20. To be honest, they looked
pretty cheap, sort of like Halloween teeth, but if your
teeth look like this…
you don't have dental insurance or can't afford dental work then I
suppose they might be OK.
Do they really work? In the following Youtube video you can see a
lady testing them. To be fair, I saw a couple of videos where this
product was tested and they weren't really fair tests because the
people testing the product already had decent looking teeth.