Friday, July 11, 2014

How to Keep Breath Fresh for a Summer Makeout Sesh!

First of all, sorry for the delay in posting, lovies! I've been moving (yes...again!) and going crazy per usual.

I did want to share these awesome tips from Lowenberg, Lituchy & Kantor on how to get an irresistible and kissable smile!

Instant Whitening Tips:

  • Mix baking soda and peroxide and brush teeth to remove surface stains.  Crest Whitestrips are also a good at-home option for whitening teeth and makes them appear brighter.
  • Chew raw, crunchy veggies to help mechanically remove surface stains.
  • Wear lip shades with blue undertones. It contracts the whiteness of teeth and makes them look super bright.
  • Coat your teeth with a thin layer of Vaseline to protect them before drinking red wine or any other teeth-staining food or drink.

Freshen Breath
  • Use a tongue scraper to remove plaque from the fissures of the tongue.
  • Order a cocktail with vodka. (This is my fave tip!) It actually kills bacteria in the mouth that causes bad breath.
  • Eat parsley. It's simply magical at keeping breath fresh.
  • Rinse twice daily with an ADA-recommended antiseptic moth rinse.
Remember--a Summer fling can come and go, but bad oral hygiene can last forever.

Check out http://lowenberglituchykantor.com/ for more info.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am so excited that you are back!!! I have been lost without you! I did know about VODKA, and I always keep a bottle under the seat of my car, "just in case"..... If I get pulled over for some reason, I always take a swig before cop gets to my car window & I put down the window. I know you're not supposed to drink and drive, but I think that they appreciate the fresh breath more, because I have been pulled over a thousand times and I have only gotten 1 ticket in my 30+ years of driving and the one I did get was because I had my daughters and their friends in the car, so I could bring them to skating practice and I can't keep any in the car when I have other people's children in my vehicle. And that is the only time I couldn't take a swig and only ticket ever got!!! So, I have to agree. Fresh breath is very important and dental hygiene has always been one of my top priorities.

Claudia Medas said...

to whiten teeth is a good idea also rubbing mint leaves :)

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