The House Of Coco Team is really into pretty white smiles. Having impeccable pearly white teeth is something that we all want in our lives and sometimes just brushing doesn’t quite do the job. The Coco Team has found a few great ways for everyone to brighten up their smile in a natural and safe way.

Food is one of our favorite things, but did you know that there are some foods out there that can help you whiten your teeth. First up we have banana peels. Banana peels from ripe pretty bananas will help you get that pretty white smile. Ripe bananas contain lots of potassium and magnesium, which is perfect for whitening teeth. Simply rub a piece of the banana peel over your teeth for two minutes. This will allow your teeth to absorb the minerals found in the teeth which will promote whitening.

Next up, we have some of everyone’s favorite fruit. STRAWBERRIES!! Strawberry’s are not only good to eat, but they’re a tooth whitening agent as well. Strawberries are good for your teeth too, all you have to do is simply mash some strawberries up into a paste and rub it on your teeth. Rinse your mouth out afterward and enjoy those pearly whites.

Last but definitely not least, a product that has been seen all over social media for the past two years and one of the Team Coco favorites. Activated Charcoal has arrived on the scene and has been working wonders for all of its users. This isn’t food but it’s a good trick for whitening your teeth. Activated charcoal can absorb plaque and anything else that will stain your teeth. Simply brush your teeth with the charcoal, then rinse and spit. Continuing to brush your teeth with it on a regular basis will eventually help better your teeth giving you that flawless white smile that you’ve been looking for.


Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.

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