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What's The Cheapest Teeth Whitening Product Available?

By Edited Jun 2, 2016 0 0

Whitening your teeth is one of the easiest ways to improve your look. The teeth are really front and center when it comes to being attractive. This makes a lot of sense if you think about it. If your teeth are ugly, chances are you're not living up to your potential from a beauty point of you. It's also really not that difficult to make your teeth whiter. The problem for most people when comes to teeth whiteners is cost. Some of them are really expensive! Well, in this article, we're going look at some of the cheap teeth whitening products on the market.

Now, the easiest and least expensive way to whiten your teeth is to switch toothpastes. Many people don't really believe in whitening toothpastes, but I've seen decent results from using. There are basically two different things that you have to keep in mind if you want to use this method. First off, you need to get yourself the right toothpaste. Not all whitening pastes are made the same, you see. The good ones have both peroxide and baking soda. It seems to me that most of the toothpastes on the market only have one or the other. The second thing you have to do is USE the toothpaste. This means that you should be brushing your teeth more often than you're used to. Do it in evening before you go to bed and in the morning when you wake up. Don't stop here though. You should be brushing your teeth after anything that might lead to stains on your teeth. Red wine and coffee are probably the biggest culprits here. So just how cheap is this teeth whitening product? Well, most peroxide, baking soda toothpastes cost about $5.00.

The problem with the method discussed above is that it will take a bit of time before you see any results. If you can't wait that long, you may want to consider another relatively cheap teeth whitening option. I'm speaking, of course, about take home whitening kits. The most popular ones on the market are probably the Crest Whitestrips. These transparent little strips have a bit of peroxide gel on them that bleaches the teeth over time. Depending on how much money you spend, these products can whiten your teeth in anywhere from 3 days to 14 days. The results last fairly long as well - Typically 6 months to 1 year. The cost of teeth whitening products ranges from $25.00 to $50.00. Check out the Internet for some sweet deals on these items! Cheers!



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