How to Whiten Teeth Naturally

Good morning darlings! I am sharing again with you another beauty tip that I have proven very effective.  I know a lot of you might say that you know this or you have already done this, BUT trust me, this method of application works much better than what we usually see on TV or tutorials.  Want to know how to whiten your teeth the natural way?  You will only need three things.
How to Whiten Teeth Naturally

Let's start by gathering our materials:
1.  Baking soda
2.  Calamansi or lemon
3.  Q-tip
How to Whiten Teeth Naturally
First, get a clean container then squeeze out the juice of a medium-sized calamansi.  You can also use lemon but remember that you would only need a tablespoon or two of the juice.  Make sure that you discard the seeds.  Calamansi and lemon are natural bleach that would aid in making our teeth whiter.
How to Whiten Teeth Naturally
Next, pour in half a tablespoon of baking soda.  The mixture will now produce lots and lots of bubbles.  This is a normal reaction if you mix acid (calamansi) with alkaline (baking soda).  Just wait for the bubbles to subside or you can speed up this process by mixing it.  The calamansi and baking soda should be well blended.  The baking soda will act as the "scrub" for our teeth whitening.How to Whiten Teeth Naturally
Now, this is for demonstration purposes only.  I DO NOT wear dentures.  I just borrowed this from mom (hehehe!).  Instead of using a toothbrush, get a Q-tip then dip it into our calamansi-baking soda mixture.  Make sure that your Q-tip is well coated and then apply the mixture to your teeth.  I find this method much gentler than using toothbrush but will cover every nook and cranny on your teeth.  Just apply to each and every tooth, focusing on the gaps between your teeth.  If it stings, as it usually does, gargle with a bit of water then spit.  Repeat this for 4 to 5 times letting the mixture soak on your teeth for as long as you can.  After you have done this, you can now brush and floss your teeth as you normally would.  I suggest you also brush and floss BEFORE doing this whitening process.  Do this once or twice (at the most) a week to see the results.  DO NOT do this everyday as this would make your teeth super sensitive.  Once you achieve the whiteness you desire, stop.  Then do this again only as needed to protect the enamel of our teeth.
How to Whiten Teeth Naturally
Hope you enjoy today's beauty tip.
Til next time!
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50 comments:

  1. Does it really work? I am challenging with tweth whitening for a while.

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    1. yes. you will notice a difference after a few weeks of use ;) and try avoiding foods that stain the teeth, like coffee and tea.

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  2. That's amazing!:D I can whiten my teeth naturally at home:D
    Probably not now, but after my braces!:D HAHAA

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    1. haha! let me know when you try it na ;)

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  3. The dentists I've seen for the past few years of my life have always told me that yellow teeth means healthy teeth but they look kind of gross in photos :\\ I've been meaning to try this method of teeth whitening at home but haven't gotten around to it, I don't know why. I'm really gonna try it as soon as I get home today though! Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. true, but who wants yellow teeth, right?

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  4. The many wonders of baking soda! This works, but my dentist advised me to just do it once a week as baking soda might be a bit abrasive for the enamel of our teeth :)

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    1. yes, that's why i do it just once a week ;)

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  5. I will try this one as I want my teeth to become whiter. What I usually do is put baking soda on top of the toothpaste whenever I brush my teeth, I do that once a day, but I'll try this one immediately. Thanks for this post.

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    1. i do that before too, but my gums are too sensitive, that's why i do this method.

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  6. wow such a lovely post! great job x

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  7. i'll give this a try :-)

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  8. read about this before (I'm guessing reader's digest when I was in high school) but I couldn't find baking soda in our kitchen heheheh

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  9. Thanks for the tip! This is really helpful to me because I suffer a bit from pre-mature yellowing of the teeth (probably from all the coffee LOL!)

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    1. yes! that's a major culprit. sadly, i love coffee so much :(

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  10. thank for this tips
    maybe will try it some day
    xo

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  11. Awesome tips! Who doesn't need to whiten their teeth every so often? :)

    -Ashley
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  12. Nice tip, I will try this soon.


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  13. thanks for sharing this. xo

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  14. ohh this came at such a nice time!! I have prom coming up and I wanted to give my teeth a little boost!
    I was considering buying those strips, but I heard that they may harm the teeth .. plus they are a bit costly.. I 'll give this one a try first!
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    1. yay! good luck on you prom! enjoy!

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  15. Haven't tried this but I may want to in the future! :) Thanks!!

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  16. Nice post. :) I'm sure i have to try this since I'm a future dentist.

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  17. This sounds like a cool method but I'm not sure whether I'm going to try it since I already have sensitive teeth and I'd be afraid any whitening treatment wouldn't be good for them!

    -Kati

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    1. aw too bad! maybe you can try it twice a month? i don't do it daily as my teeth might get sensitive.

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  18. Great tip! Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  19. Loved the tip. Thank you for posting it. Happy weekend :-)
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  20. Thanks for this! It's very useful. :)

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  21. I have yellow teeth and I don't want to have it bleached because it will be costly and I'm a coffee drinker so I'll just keep going back to the dentist. Thanks to this post I have a cheaper alternative to whiten my teeth :) Thanks!

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  22. Handy treatments like baking soda and dilute alum solution do help with relieving pain from canker sores

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  23. I certainly agree. If possible, refrain from eating foods that causes stains. To keep my healthy white teeth from any discoloration, I challenged myself to minimize drinking coffee and tea every day. Also, I gave up vaping. Sometimes it only requires discipline and habit to achieve what you desire.

    Seth Oswald
    tooth whitening beverly hills

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  24. Such a great one, I enjoy and love this topic.thanks for sharing this one.Dentists in Woodstock

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  25. This will be useful for the readers. Anyway i really appreciate the effort of making this kind of post. I am very happy to find this blog. Thanks for creating the page.

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  26. Good to know about this whitening process. For my teeth whitening has been visiting to dentist Redondo Beach who is among famous dentist in city. He provides awesome advices which are really very helpful in maintaining white teeth.

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