Self-care is the first kind of love you express while being alive. Keeping your hair fresh and clean, your arms waxed, your nails manicured, your skin cleansed and your dress classy, it is all necessary to stay healthy and to impact other people. But what if you laugh out loud in a social gathering and your mouth smells odd and your teeth have the plaque? Having someone noticing it would be sheer embracement. You will lose your confidence and will spend hours looking in the mirror thinking about kicking the plaque out with any possible way. But dentists are too expensive and you don’t trust their chemical treatments. You are dreaded, what to do now? You might even give up on interacting with people just for this little flaw because you don’t have a solution besides spending so much money.
But if you just look around critically you will find every solution inside your home. Yes, I’m taking you to a very simple yet effective homemade mouthwash recipe that doesn’t take much time for preparation, takes only 2 minutes for resolution and provides you with awesome results. Before disclosing further details, let me reveal a secret. You can find all the ingredients that these expensive products use at your home. Just don’t forget to read the ingredient list on every bottle and it will help you save your money and time.
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- ½ teaspoon of salt
- 1 cup of cold water
- 1 cup of warm water
- 1 tablespoon baking soda
- ½ cup hydrogen peroxide
What to do?
- Mix the salt and baking soda
- Wet your toothbrush with warm water and rub it gently into the mixture
- Brush your teeth with this toothbrush and spit as needed. Do it for complete two minutes
- Mix the hydrogen peroxide with warm water
- Rinse your mouth with it for one minute
- You can remove any plaque softly and gently with any wooden or plastic toothpick
- Now, rinse your mouth with cold water
There is not a single thing that you can’t find in your kitchen. Try it now and share it with friends and family to save them from any further trouble.