Teeth Whitening: 10 Natural Techniques That Work

Teeth Whitening: 10 Natural Techniques that work

Teeth Whittening Techniques
If vegetable charcoal has become more than trendy today as a natural remedy, it is the same for teeth whitening.

If having a nice beard is important to you, then you should like having a pretty white smile that goes with it, right gentlemen? Because even if you brush your teeth three times a day, you are not immune to staining and yellowing of the teeth. These stains and discoloration can be caused by natural aging of the teeth.

People who take tobacco, drinks like tea, coffee, or even pigmented foods like blueberries may also have stains on the surface of their teeth. We can also recommend taking fluoride, but excessive consumption of this element can lead to yellowing of the teeth. Paradoxical therefore.

Why get your teeth whitened?

For aesthetic reasons alone, you should consider whitening your teeth if you have not already done so. You can only come out more elegant and presentable. It is by having a white smile that you can feel good and regain some self-esteem. Honestly, don't you like to see people with white teeth smiling?
For older people with stains on the surface of the teeth, this tooth whitening solution can rejuvenate them. Not people of course, teeth huh ...

Natural and organic whitening toothpastes

If you want to whiten your teeth with so-called "whitening" toothpaste, no problem, you can find them in the shovel in stores. These products can be effective and provide the expected result in the short term, of course, but they have some drawbacks. Already, just because they are stuffed with chemicals and bad for your teeth.
Also, if you use them too often, they can attack the enamel and gums. It is therefore better to turn to natural whitening products, especially natural and organic toothpastes. The latter consist mainly of ingredients of natural origin, which will respect the enamel and the gums. The result will not be seen in a day or two, but over time you will find that the surface stains on your teeth will fade. These toothpastes also guarantee the reduction of dental plaque while revitalizing and soothing the gums. They also help improve your breath. In addition, some natural toothpastes act to prevent cavities and mineralization. Be careful however, and read the labels carefully before any purchase.

Whiten your teeth naturally

Even if natural and organic toothpastes do not pose any great risk, the price displayed can be an obstacle for you to adopt them. Note that with what you have at home, you can make natural whitening treatments that will give you the same result, but even healthier. So I'm going to offer you some tips so that you can find a nice smile with white teeth. And to do well, you can even try, if the heart tells you, a bamboo toothbrush. It is natural, biodegradable and will whiten your teeth even more.

1) Crushed strawberries

If it’s strawberry season, that’s right, otherwise, you’ll have to spend a few euros to buy these strawberries in the frozen food department. Anyway, yes, strawberries are good for whitening your teeth, while they are red ... Impressive, don't you think?
To do this, put two or three ripe strawberries in a bowl and mash them with a fork. The acidity you get with this strawberry juice will work gently to whiten your teeth. Dip your toothbrush in this juice and brush your teeth with it. To finish this brushing, you must clean your mouth with a pinch of baking soda. This will neutralize the acidity of the strawberry and protect your teeth.

2) Coconut oil

While coconut oil is excellent for hydrating your beard, it is also effective in whitening teeth. With this oil, you need to make a mouthwash. In the past, Indians used mouthwashes in oil to clean and whiten their teeth. Mouthwash involves swirling liquid around your mouth and this is what you should do with coconut oil for a few minutes. Coconut oil has already been proven to be a natural teeth whitening agent and has many oral health benefits. This coconut oil mouthwash will help limit the formation of dental plaque. It could also act to prevent gum disease.

3) Lemon and baking soda

To whiten teeth, lemon is often recommended. If some use it and also doubt its effectiveness, note that lemon can really whiten teeth. The latter contains citric acid which is a bleaching agent. When you use it on your teeth, it will act as a kind of natural "bleach". However, lemon is not enough for this whitening treatment: you must take baking soda. This is both abrasive and alkaline: it will help you get rid of stains on the surface of the teeth while neutralizing the acidity of the lemon.
You must then squeeze lemon juice. Put 5 ml of lemon juice in a bowl, almost a teaspoon of lemon juice and add baking soda to make a paste. Brush your teeth with this paste and rinse your mouth well. Be careful not to use lemon too often as a care. It can damage the enamel of your teeth, and you may experience pain in your teeth.

4) Orange peel

Just like your used tea bags to get rid of dark circles, do not throw away the orange peel anymore. You can use it to whiten your teeth, but for this whitening tip, you're not going to brush your teeth with it. Note that this is the white part of the orange peel that you should use, but not the orange part which has a bitter taste.
The white part of the orange peel, especially the inside, contains limonene. This contains a natural solvent found in whitening toothpaste. This white part of the orange peel is not acidic and there is no risk of damage to the enamel. So, gently rub your teeth with the orange peel. Leave the limonene on for a few minutes before brushing your teeth with your usual toothpaste.

 5) Mustard oil and basil leaves

Okay, the mustard you know without a doubt. By cons, mustard oil, did you know? Mustard oil has antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. For this whitening treatment, the basil will protect the gums while removing stains. So you need dried basil leaves that you need to powder. If you can't find it, you can use fresh basil leaves that need to be crushed in a mortar. Add mustard oil to the basil leaves. Stir well to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Brush your teeth with this mixture.
The result will not be seen directly after brushing, as the operation must be repeated several times. You will have to be patient ... but I have a little tip for you: take a picture of your teeth before use, and take a picture a few times later to see the result.

 6) Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has several virtues: it has antibacterial properties, and it is also a bleaching agent. Which lets us say that it is the ideal ally for good breath as well as a pretty smile with white and healthy teeth. In short, a two-in-one sometimes for your oral hygiene.
For whitening treatment, take 15 ml, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and brush your teeth with it: this will allow you to remove stains from the surface of your teeth. Finish by gargling your throat with a sip of apple cider vinegar to get fresh breath and to get rid of the bacteria that lodge around your gums.
By cons I prefer to warn you now: the taste is difficult to maintain in the mouth. It won't necessarily be pleasant.

 7) Sea salt and baking soda

If with lemon, baking soda gave a whitening care paste, with sea salt, you will have a kind of "whitening scrub". For this preparation, the baking soda will act as a bleaching agent and the sea salt will fight the acidity and eliminate bacteria in the mouth. To do this, you need to mix baking soda with sea salt. You will not need a toothbrush this time for convenience. Wash your hands and with your index finger slightly moistened, take a mixture of baking soda and sea salt. Rub your teeth directly with it. If you want to use your toothbrush, it will also need to be slightly moistened before passing it through the mixture.

 8) Turmeric

In some whitening toothpastes, you can read turmeric on the list of components. The latter is also a bleaching agent and this may seem surprising. Because when we talk about turmeric, we tend to say that if we touch it, it works directly.
Nevertheless, it has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties and contains antioxidants. Whether it is for teeth whitening, for the prevention of dental problems such as cavities and gum disease, you can use turmeric.
 For this dental treatment, you will need turmeric powder, but if you have turmeric as a root, you can also use it. For the preparation, it must be grated to have a paste. In order to get a paste with the turmeric powder, you need to add a little water. No, don't worry. This paste will not yellow your teeth. You don't have to take a lot to brush them though: a teaspoon will be enough. Take it with your finger and gently rub your teeth. Finish this whitening treatment by brushing your teeth with a clean brush and rinse off. You can also add coconut oil.

9) Activated carbon

As with the whitening treatment based on turmeric, the one with activated charcoal can also frighten you. You must be wondering how this black element will whiten your teeth. Do not worry ! Activated charcoal is known for its absorbent properties and this is what will act to whiten teeth. It will absorb tannins, chemicals and other elements that get on the surface of your teeth. In order to whiten these, you must take powdered organic activated carbon. Brush your teeth with it and you will see that the stains will disappear suddenly.
But be careful all the same. Activated charcoal should not be used all the time because it can loosen your teeth by using it too much ... No but oh, it would be missing that!

 10) Siwak

Also called araq stick, the siwak is a small stick from the root of a tree. Widely used in the Middle East but also in the Maghreb countries, this little stick is a real benefit for the health of your teeth. Not only is it all-natural teeth whitening, but it will also give you good breath. It is very pleasant on the palate, and above all, it is very economical.

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