How To Use Banana Peel To Whiten Teeth. TrendyVoice

24 March 2016

How To Use Banana Peel To Whiten Teeth.




A banana peel, also called banana skin in British English, is the outer covering of the banana fruit.
Bananas are a popular fruit consumed worldwide with a yearly production of over 145 million tonnes in 2011. Once the peel is removed, the fruit can be eaten raw or cooked and the peel is generally discarded. Because of this removal of the banana peel, a significant amount of organic waste is generated.

Now, teeth whitening costs a lot these days coming in form of pricey cosmetic whitening procedures or
home dental/whitening kits that don't necessarily work.

Sometimes a little lifestyle change or seemingly little things from the pantry or the fridge can be all you need for a brighter smile in this case the peel of
bananas come in handy. Banana peels are loaded with incredible properties as
they are rich in dietary fibre, polyunsaturated fatty acids and potassium, proteins and essential amino
acids. A major reason to try out banana peel for teeth
whitening is because it's non abrasive/ harsh.

Here's how to use banana peel for teeth whitening in easy steps:

1. Peel the skin off fresh banana

2. Rub the inside of the peel against your teeth (top
and bottom) until you get a coat of the peel over your
teeth.

3. Leave this on for about ten to fifteen minutes (try
to avoid your lips and gum rubbing against the paste
to make it effective)

4. Brush the paste from the banana peel into your
teeth with dry toothbrush using short circular
motions.

5. Afterwards, moisten toothbrush to brush off the
paste/rinse.

6. Brush with your regular toothpaste afterwards.
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