Whiter teeth is something most of us would love to have. Am I right? Here are some simple methods to give a go without the harshness of chemical treatments.
OIL PULLING USING KEEKO OIL
Keeko Oil is a newer brand bringing conveniently packaged sachets containing an oil blend that is designed to help whiten teeth and improve overall oral health. Oil pulling is an ancient treatment and it’s super simple – swish the oil around in your mouth for 5-10 minutes, spit and brush your teeth as usual. There are a few different ones to choose from but I was gifted the Vanilla and Cinnamon flavour which is quite a yummy flavour. In each bag you get a two week treatment and so far I’m really enjoying it and can see results which I will be sharing in the near future!
USE A STRAW
We’ve all seen or been the dag with a coffee straw but coffee, tea, soda and wine can cause damage to the enamel of your teeth so it’s important to reduce direct exposure to teeth if you can. If you’re at home or have #noshame try to drink these drinks with a straw.
RINSE WITH APPLE CIDE VINEGAR
Sounds gross and it really isn’t the most delicious but it can help with maintaining. I like to do this in-between using a whitening treatment to help with keeping things looking bright. I also cheat a little as I like to have a glass of apple cider vinegar in the morning to aid with digestion so I swish that around in the morning as well :P
SWAP OUT TOOTHBRUSHES REGULARLY
I know this isn’t really a method but swapping out your toothbrush every 3 months is so important to maintaining good oral health and white teeth. Set a reminder on your phone and do it!
What are some of your favourite ways to naturally whiten your teeth?
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