It’s easier to get that perfect white smile than you might think!
Secretly, we all would like that perfectly white Hollywood smile, but unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. Celebrities often have their teeth bleached or whitened, which is very expensive and not always has a completely natural result. Luckily, there are also a couple of simple tricks that will help you get whiter teeth all by yourself. All of these are completely natural – you don’t need any bleaching products!
With these 7 tips, you can easily get white teeth!
This one’s pretty obvious, but a pearly white smile starts with properly brushing and cleaning your teeth. Brush your teeth twice a day for at least two minutes at a time, preferably with an electric toothbrush. It’s especially important to brush your teeth properly before bed. When you’re asleep, you produce less saliva and saliva is what cleans your mouth. If you skip brushing your teeth in the evening, you’ll create a breeding ground for all the bacteria you’ve gathered in your mouth during the day. Gross! Tip: also regularly rinse your mouth with mouthwash and try to floss as often as possible to get rid of any possible pieces of leftover food.
2. Apple cider vinegar
Okay, we’ll be the first to admit that this won’t be as effective as having your teeth whitened professionally, but it is a safe, natural and cheap alternative: apple cider vinegar. Make a mixture of 2/3 water and 1/3 apple cider vinegar and use this to rinse your mouth once a day for a minute each time. Your teeth will look whiter after a few rinses already!
3. Raw fruits and vegetables
Fruits and veggies aren’t just good for your health; they’re also good for your teeth. Eating apples, nuts and cauliflower removes small stains and plaque and prevents cavities from forming. That’s definitely an extra reason to snack on some raw veggies at work instead of some cookies!
Strawberries contain malic acid which can help you get white teeth. Cut a strawberry in half and rub the inner part of the fruit on your teeth. Important note: acid isn’t very good for the enamel on your teeth, so don’t do this too often!
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