We all do it, check out the toothpaste aisles, trying all kinds of toothpastes that promise your pearly whites will glow in the dark, and they don’t really work.
Well, it turns out, mother really did know best. When she was a child there was no toothpaste, she brushed her teeth with salt mixed with baking soda. Of course she had dentures in her 40’s, but there wasn’t fluoride either.
But I thought of mom the last time I was checking out the toothpaste aisle at Wally World, and this just grabbed my attention. I’m just finishing up my first tube, and guess what, my teeth are noticeably whiter. Now this isn’t the best tasting toothpaste in the world, it’s a little salty and doesn’t have a fresh minty taste, but if it bothers you, you can always use this first, then finish up with your regular brand.
But if you want something that works on old(er) tea and coffee stained teeth, pick up a tube of this, and see if you too don’t see brighter, whiter teeth. It’s not a miracle worker, nothing is at this age, but it does make a difference.