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3 Natural Teeth Whitening Remedies To Try For A Beautiful Smile

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You don’t always have to go to a dentist to get whiter teeth, there are various natural teeth whitening remedies you can try at home. These remedies can be made in the comfort of your kitchen and you won’t have to break the bank either.

If you want to get shiny white teeth the natural way, then try these three natural teeth whitening remedies:

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a natural teeth whitener, and it also helps to reduce plaque and gum diseases. You can use it to whiten your teeth through a process called “oil pulling.” Take one tablespoon of oil and move it around your mouth making sure it goes over your teeth. When you’re done, spit out the oil and rinse your mouth.

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Baking Soda and Lemon

Lemons have bleaching properties so this makes them one of the best natural teeth whitening remedies around. Baking soda also works a good scrub and helps to brighten your teeth. Mixing them together will work wonders to make your teeth shine. Make a paste with a teaspoon of lemon juice and some baking soda and use the mixture to brush your teeth once a week. Don’t do this too often or it can harm your enamel.

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Turmeric

This almost doesn’t make sense because turmeric is yellow, but trust us on this one, it works. Mix one tablespoon of turmeric powder with water and make it into a thick paste. Use the paste to brush your teeth for about three minutes. Use a different brush and make sure you don’t wear one of your best clothes because turmeric stains very easily. Rinse your mouth and keep spitting out till the water coming out is clean.

Which of these natural teeth whitening remedies will you try? Let us know below.

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