Although you know dental care rules you often skip certain steps, but daily hygiene of teeth is very important because the smell refreshes the mouth, prevents the formation of tartar, gum disease and the occurrence of certain cavities. Even if toothpaste ads promise that the product will get you rid of all the problems, I think you noticed that simply brushing don’t provide complete protection.
Strawberries. Strawberries can help you whiten your teeth because they have in their composition malic acid, a substance that remove surface stains on teeth. In addition, malic acid is found among the ingredients of toothpaste. Mash a few strawberries or cut a strawberry in half and gently rub your teeth. Maintain the juice on the teeth for about one minute, rinse with water to remove all debris and wash your teeth with toothpaste. Although you’ll get a beautiful smile, as you’ve always wanted, it is often advisable to use this remedy once a week, because it can harm tooth enamel. Therefore, prepare this natural strawberry paste only to special occasions or when you are dealing with some stubborn spots.
Teeth whitening at home with bay leaves and orange zest. A surprising remedy is the bay leaves combined with orange peel. Both ingredients have to be dried and blended, until it forms a dust. Apply this dust on teeth and massage gently with your fingers or a toothbrush. Finally rinse with water and wash it with toothpaste. After this natural method you will not only have whiter teeth, but you’ll feel a pleasant aroma in your mouth.
Teeth whitening at home with olive oil and apple vinegar. Olive oil and apple cider vinegar will always be at your fingertips, so it’s worth trying a homemade teeth whitening treatment. Mix a teaspoon of olive oil and a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in a bowl or a disposable cup. Dip your toothbrush in this mixture, then brush your teeth with it. You can soak it several times, until you finish the entire mixture. Your teeth will be noticeably whiter, cleaner and brighter. Olive oil takes care of your gums and cleans the spaces between teeth while the vinegar removes stains, odors and even bacteria.