First thing you notice about a person is their smile. That's why everyone wants bright white teeth that look beautiful and perfectly straight. But not all of us are blessed with perfect white teeth and people spend thousands of dollars trying to reach that 'Hollywood smile'. Since we know how important it is to everyone we want to share with you a few ways to whiten your teeth at home without much investment.

 

1. ACTIVATED CHARCOAL

Activated charcoal is known as a great home remedy for teeth whitening which is the most inexpensive and easiest to use. It removes all toxins and surface stains left by food. Crush up one charcoal tablet into a powder, dip a clean wet toothbrush into it and then brush your teeth as usual.

 

2. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR AND WATER

Apple cider vinegar is really powerful when it comes to cleansing. It kills bacteria in your mouth and removes stains. Put a teaspoon of it in a glass of water. Use it as mouthwash every morning before brushing your teeth. Another way to use apple cider vinegar is to rub it directly onto your teeth and leave for 3-5 minutes but only once a week.


3. BAKING SODA AND LEMON JUICE

Baking soda removes surface stains very well making them way wider, and lemon contains vitamin C (well known for teeth whitening) and antibacterial properties that kill the microorganisms from your mouth. You combine these two products by putting a pinch of baking soda on your toothbrush and then add a few drops of lemon juice on it. Results are immediately visible. Remember, you can use this method only once a week!

 

4. LEMON JUICE, SEA SOLT AND TOOTHPASTE

Sea salt has many important minerals such as magnesium, calcium, iron... It protects your enamel and freshens your breath thanks to antibacterial properties. Just mix some lemon juice and a bit of sea salt with a small amount of toothpaste, then apply it to your teeth and leave it for a minute or two.

 

5. HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

Hydrogen peroxide is a must-have product for teeth whitening. You just need to dip a cotton swab into it and gently rub it on your teeth. This is not recommended for people with sensitive teeth. You can also find toothpaste with hydrogen peroxide if you are scared of damaging your teeth.