Teeth Whitening- The natural way!

Home Remedies for Teeth Whitening

1. Application of a paste of lemon juice and salt in the yellowish tint of the teeth is a wonderful way of eliminating that dull colour of the teeth

2. Rubbing the inner white part of an orange peel in the bleached teeth gives a lovely white shine.

3. Regular use of paste of bi-carbonate of soda with water take away the surface stain from the teeth

4. Dried and powdered Bay leaves combined with dried orange peel also acts as an outstanding whitener

5. Hydrogen peroxide is probably the most ordinary and popular natural lightening agent. It can be combined with lemon juice, baking soda, baking powder, or roughly a dozen other ingredients. Dissimilar recipes will call for different amounts of peroxide. Use low dosage.  Some people suggest 5-10% strength and rinse your mouth thoroughly afterwards.  Do your research.

6. Lemon juice by itself may not be the most excellent home remedy for teeth whitening as the acidity can weaken teeth. Amazingly enough, strawberries fall into the same acidic category. They are normal whiteners; simply rub them straightly on your teeth or mash into a paste. But use both sparingly

7. Apple cider and white vinegar are also used in a some home remedy recipes for teeth whitening. Wood ash is known for being a natural bleaching preservative, but too much usage can cause the enamel of your teeth to wear away. And, like the vinegar, has a quite bitter taste.

by Jasvinder  Singh Astrologer

www.bicarbonateofsoda.info

2 Responses

  1. I’ve heard that some vegetables have an abrasive effect on the teeth. Carrots and celery are said to work well in whitening teeth because they act as kind of a natural toothbrush.

    The abrasive effect clears some of the stains of the tooth enamel.

    Not sure if this works. I personally like to stick to the baking soda method. I’ve gotten pretty decent results with it.

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