Teeth Whitening

Put a tiny bit of toothpaste into a small cup, mix in one teaspoon baking soda plus one teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide, and half a teaspoon water. Thoroughly mix then brush your teeth for two minutes. Remember to do it once a week until you have reached the results you want. Once your teeth are good and white, limit yourself to using the whitening treatment once every month or two.

  • Step 1: Make the paste In a small bowl, mix 2 teaspoons each of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Stir until it is the consistency of regular toothpaste. You may need to add a bit more peroxide. Tip Add a drop or two of sugar-free mint flavoring.
  • Step 2: Brush your teeth Apply the whitener to a toothbrush and use as if it was regular toothpaste. Leave the whitener on your teeth for at least two minutes.
  • Step 3: Rinse Rinse thoroughly. Do not swallow the whitener solution. Tip Try rinsing with cranberry juice to get rid of the whitener’s taste; it also kills bacteria.
  • Step 4: Put away the extra whitener Cover the bowl with the plastic wrap and set the extra whitener aside for another use.
  • Step 5: Repeat Brush with the peroxide paste no more than once a week. Hydrogen peroxide can cause tissue damage if used too often. Fact Tooth enamel is the hardest tissue in the human body.

Strawberry Whitening

  • Step 1: Mix Mash the strawberry with a fork and mix it with the baking soda. The baking soda buffs away stains from coffee, tea, and blueberries that penetrate your enamel over time.
  • Step 2: Apply Using a soft toothbrush, apply the mixture to the teeth you want to whiten.
  • Step 3: Leave on Let the mixture set for five minutes.
  • Step 4: Brush and floss Brush your teeth with toothpaste as usual. Floss to get out any seeds from the strawberry. Tip Rinsing with a little hydrogen peroxide mixed with water after brushing kills bacteria and whitens teeth.
  • Step 5: Rinse Rinse your mouth with mouthwash to wash away residual acid. Your teeth will be gleaming and stain-free. Fact In the Middle Ages barbers also practiced dentistry