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DIY Teeth Whitening Tricks

A healthy smile is routinely associated with white teeth. More and more the appearance of white teeth has come to indicate oral hygiene. A healthy smile is the ultimate confidence booster, as it’s often the first thing people notice when meeting you. Stained or discoloured teeth can have an impact on self-confidence as it may hinder the frequency of your smile.


With a booming teeth whitening industry, it’s never been easier to obtain the pearly whites you’ve always dreamed of! There is now an abundance of teeth whitening products that have made their into the mainstream that can be readily applied at home or on the go. For the times in between your teeth whitening kits or as a valuable inclusion into your oral regime, here are our top DIY whitening tools that can be done at home, with ingredients you probably have in your pantry! The bonus? They’re all natural! 


Coconut Oil


You’re probably already putting coconut oil in your hair and in your food! But did you know that coconut oil is actually a fantastic teeth cleaning and whitening tool? Coconut oil has antibacterial properties making it great for breaking down plaque and preventing gum disease. It’s actually an ancient Indian remedy called ‘teeth pulling’ and involves swishing a tablespoon of oil around your mouth for 15-20 minutes. This significantly reduces the amount of bacteria in your mouth and will leave your teeth feeling smooth and clean. Coconut oil can also make a considerable difference to the colour of your teeth.


Baking Soda


This is one old wives tale that actually some merit behind it. Baking soda is a cleaning and cooking agent that is probably already in your house. Baking soda is a sodium bicarbonate making it a fantastic abrasive. Baking soda contains whitening properties that can actually be found in the everyday toothpaste. Regular brushing with baking soda can eliminate plaque and lessen the appearance of stains on your teeth. It also creates an alkaline environment in your mouth which prevents bacteria from growing and multiplying.


Apple Cider Vinegar


Some swear by the metabolic benefits of apple cider vinegar! Others use it as a home cleaning agent. What many don’t know, however, is that the disinfectant properties in apple cider vinegar can be used to improve the appearance of your teeth. To eliminate stubborn stains, apply a small amount of apple cider vinegar directly onto the area and then rinse it out with water. Apple cider vinegar is a strong disinfectant so care should be taken if you are applying the substance directly to the surface of your teeth. For a diluted approach, mix one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with a teaspoon of water and swish around the mouth for a few minutes and then rinse. Be aware that any vinegar has the potential to erode the enamel of your teeth, so use sparingly and do not continue to use if you experience any side effects. Use cautiously and not on a regular basis.




Powdered charcoal is the pick of the bunch when it comes to natural whitening!. The highly absorbent substance removes bacteria from the mouth whilst completely transforming the colour of the enamel.  In fact, Powdered Charcoal is one of the most effective products of the market for eliminating stains and discolouration of the surface of your teeth. It can be used as a toothpaste substitution or singularly as a mouthwash. Teeth are noticeably whiter after only just one brush. Charcoal can be used regularly as a component of your whitening regime. For best results, pair with a Bamboo Toothbrush.   

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