Teeth whitening does not always require an expensive trip to your local dentist. If your teeth are in good general health status, you could use some polishing, more practical and less expensive alternative to whiten teeth with just a few household chemicals, food seasonings and fruit peels.
– baking soda
– hydrogen peroxide
– a toothbrush
– Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide are common household products that can be used to whiten teeth. Add a small amount of the solution of hydrogen peroxide powder baking soda to create a paste-like consistency.
– Paste this substance in your toothbrush and gently brush your teeth on all sides by the amount and the number of times you normally brush every day.
– If you prefer, you can substitute hydrogen peroxide with water to create a paste or use baking soda alone, applying it directly on the damp toothbrush and brush your teeth as you normally would every day.
– For bleaching with hydrogen peroxide gargle with a small amount of the solution in the mouth for a minute after brushing your teeth. Rinse your mouth with water after.
Teeth whitening food
– Rub your teeth with white interior of a lemon peel. To add whitening effects, add a pinch of table salt to the shell before rubbing it on your teeth.
– Alternatively, mix a small amount of table salt with lemon juice to create a paste-like consistency. Apply a thin layer of this substance in your toothbrush and brush your teeth as you normally would every day.
– For whitening, peel ground dried bay leaves and dried orange peels together. Brush your teeth with the resultant powder and very little water.
– Rub your teeth daily brushing with strawberries or apple cider vinegar. Both are safe and effective ways to whiten teeth.
– Mix 1 cup of water with 1/2 tsp. of rock salt. Gargle every night with this solution for preventive and curative effects on your dental health.
Other home teeth whitening solutions
– Wood ash applied directly to the teeth with the toothbrush or mix with a bit of your toothpaste. Small pieces of wood ash contain potassium hydroxide, which is a bleaching compound.
– Rub walnut tree bark directly on the teeth to remove all kinds of stains and yellow layers.
– A little of your regular toothpaste mixed with small traces of sodium, hydrogen peroxide and baking table salt can also be used to remove stains.