How to Make Natural Teeth Whitening Agent

Millions of dollars are spent annually on bleaching agents, scaling and polishing to create whiter smiles.

Besides being relatively expensive, most of the bleaches have a terrible taste and don’t usually produce the results consumers hope for. Some of these products can be toxic to your gums as well.

As far as scaling and polishing are concerned, a visit to a dentist is extremely costly to start off and secondly, such treatments can only be received a few type, otherwise they affect the outer layer of the teeth.

When there are so many problems associated with the artificial methods of whitening the teeth, why not elect for natural alternatives if possible?

Although we do not guarantee perfectly white teeth instantly, we do guarantee that trying this natural homemade whitening agent will go a long way in helping you achieve that goal.

Always attempt to maintain oral health and hygiene. Remember natural methods take time but work every time.

Things Required:

Baking soda
Lemon (to be squeezed for juice)
Small bowl
Tooth brush
A cotton swab
A minute of your time

Instructions

  • 1

    Mix the ingredients

    In a small bowl, squeeze the juice of a lemon. Once you have done so, add baking soda and mix until it creates a paste. The solution should bubble up as the soda and citric acid mix.

  • 2

    Wipe off the saliva

    Using your cotton swab, wipe all the excess saliva and the plaque off of your teeth. This ensures a clean and dry surface for the cleaning agent.

  • 3

    Apply the paste

    Using your toothbrush, cover the front, top, and back sides of your teeth with the solution of baking soda and lemon. Allow this solution to sit on your teeth for 1 minute to work its magic.

    You should not leave this solution on for longer than 1 minute as the citric acid can cause irritation in your gums.

  • 4

    Brush Off

    Rinse your toothbrush and use it to gently brush off the mixture from your teeth. Use warm (not hot) water to rinse your mouth thoroughly.

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