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Over the years, teeth whitening has become a billion dollar industry, and there is no shortage of products and services out there to help you whiten and brighten your smile.
From store bought whitening kits, to costly laser whitening procedures at the dentist office, there are a number of ways to approach teeth whitening.
For me, the best way to approach teeth whitening is the old fashioned way, or better put, the natural way. Here’s a quick and easy whitening toothpaste recipe that you can use over and over again for months to come.
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Those air fresheners in the store look amazing don’t they? The emerald green rain forest, the raging water falls, the endless valleys of lavender; they certainly do a good job of capturing your attention.
While the pictures on the outside of the can may be great, the chemicals on the inside of the can? Ehhh, not so great. More often than not, store bought air fresheners are full of propellants, solvents, and other chemicals.
We think if people were aware of how easy it is to make a natural air freshener, they would definitely give it a try. That’s why we put together a list of natural air freshener recipes that cut down on chemicals but are still strong enough to get the odor eliminating job done.
Like most of our recipes, these natural air fresheners all have four appealing qualities:
- Easy to use
- And last but not least, they really work
Scroll down to take a look at the three best natural air fresheners.