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Happy Smile Trainer Helps You Practice Your Perfect Smile

by Hazel Chua
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I think smiles greatly improve a person’s appearance, regardless of how big, small, perfect, or ‘imperfect’ they are. In fact, now that I think of it, I doubt that there’s actually a ‘perfect’ kind of smile because they’re all unique to the people actually doing the smiling.

happy_smile_trainer_weird_japanBut if you somehow feel like your current smile is, well, not as happy-looking or as perfect as you’d like it to be, then you could get the Happy Smile Trainer. This is another one of the quirky self-improvement devices from the Japan Trend Shop, some of the others being the Hana Tsun Nose Straightener, the Eye Slack Haruka, the Rhythm Slim Chin Exerciser, and the Face Slimmer Mouthpiece.

All you have to do to work your smile is bite onto the silicone mouthpiece for five minutes a day (that doesn’t sound so hard!) Doing so will supposedly “improve the angles and balance of your face and cheeks, strengthening your gums and teeth.”

Does it work? We don’t know. Is it worth the rather exorbitant price of $52 (USD), plus shipping? Probably not. But you’re welcome to try it and tell us if it does.

[via Gadgets Matrix]



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