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The Easiest Way to Get Lighter Brighter Teeth for Free

By Edited Jun 9, 2016 0 0

Would you like whiter, brighter teeth for free? Who wouldn't want to get the easiest and cheapest way to brighten their smile from home free right? There is an alternative to expensive laser tooth whitening or in office tooth whitening procedures in the dentist's office that will set you back $300 bucks or more a pop. The solution is found in your kitchen.


Did you know that there are many home remedies for whitening teeth available with very little cost?

Here are a couple of recipes to get you started:


Charcoal and Baking Soda Toothpaste


This home tooth whitener sounds really appealing to the palate doesn't it? Well, it is cheap anyway, since you will need only two ingredients charcoal and baking soda to make your tooth whitener. I can't vouch for the taste though. To whiten teeth, make a paste of equal parts ground charcoal and baking soda. Mix with water to form a paste and brush gently onto the teeth. Rinse your mouth out with water and brush teeth again with toothpaste and rinse as normal.


Another Tooth Lightening Recipe


Mix equal parts of milk, mineral water, salt baking, soda, salt, a breath mint and one egg white together for 2 minutes to form a frothy solution. Brush teeth and then thoroughly rinse your mouth, brush again with toothpaste as usual. This recipe seems to give fairly good results, but tastes horrendous. I'm also not too sure that the raw egg white is particularly safe as salmonella can be a problem with raw eggs.


While home remedies for teeth whitening are a good way to get lighter and more attractive teeth for cheap, they are not pleasant to use.


I recently have stumbled upon a totally free method of tooth whitening that utilizes free commercially prepared tooth whitening products like Crest Whitestrips and the like. If you search around on the net there are almost always free trial offers for just a bout every commercial tooth whitening system on the market. No joke tooth bleaching is big business and free trials are plentiful for the asking. You get a freebie, while you know that the FDA has approved the safety of the product.

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