Nail technician uses purple SHAMPOO designed for blonde hair to keep her veneers white

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Nail technician, 24, reveals she uses purple SHAMPOO designed for blonde hair to keep her veneers white – but dentist warns swallowing ingredients can have ‘serious implications on your health’ and ingredients could ‘ruin enamel of teeth’

  • Saskia Ward, 24, from Manchester, lathers purple shampoo onto her teeth
  • Contains violet pigments that neutralise brassy and yellow tones  on blonde hair
  • She claims her dentist praised her for keeping her veneers white 
  • Dentist Dr Aneka Khaira warned against it saying it can have ‘serious implications on your health’

A young woman claims that she whitens her teeth with shampoo – and even her dentist says they look amazing.

Saskia Ward, 24, from Manchester, lathers purple shampoo onto her teeth most nights before bed to make them glisten when she wakes up.

Purple shampoo is normally used to tone blonde hair – it contains crushed violet pigments that neutralise brassy and yellow tones.

The nail technician began whitening her teeth when she saw an advert for purple toothpaste and refused to accept it wasn’t made of the same stuff in her shampoo.

Saskia Ward, 24, from Manchester, lathers purple shampoo onto her teeth most nights before bed to make them glisten when she wakes up.

Purple shampoo is normally used to tone blonde hair - it contains crushed violet pigments that neutralise brassy and yellow tones.

Saskia Ward, 24, from Manchester, lathers purple shampoo onto her teeth most nights before bed to make them glisten when she wakes up

The nail technician began whitening her teeth when she saw an advert for purple toothpaste and refused to accept it wasn't made of the same stuff in her shampoo. Pictured putting shampoo on a toothbrush

The nail technician began whitening her teeth when she saw an advert for purple toothpaste and refused to accept it wasn’t made of the same stuff in her shampoo. Pictured putting shampoo on a toothbrush

‘I put a tiny bit on my toothbrush and prayed my teeth wouldn’t turn purple,’ she said.

‘I went to my dentist for a check up recently and he gave me nothing but praise for how amazing my teeth looked.

‘I get loads of comments on nights out about how white they are.

‘Purple shampoo doesn’t taste great but beauty leads you to do some wild things and I’m up for anything.’

Saskia is used to trying out new beauty hacks due to her job. The nail tech has composite veneers on top of her real teeth, but thinks the hack would work for natural teeth too

Saskia is used to trying out new beauty hacks due to her job. The nail tech has composite veneers on top of her real teeth, but thinks the hack would work for natural teeth too

Saskia posted the idea to her TikTok where the video has racked up more than 100,000 views.

She urged her followers:'Don't knock it until you've tried it.'

Saskia posted the idea to her TikTok where the video has racked up more than 100,000 views. She urged her followers: ‘Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.’

Saskia is used to trying out new beauty hacks due to her job.  

The nail tech has composite veneers on top of her real teeth, but thinks the hack would work for natural teeth too.

However, a dentist has warned against the trend, saying it can have ‘serious implications on health’.  

Dr Aneka Khaira, cosmetic dentist and founder of Vogue Dental told FEMAIL: ‘This can have serious implications on her health and I would strongly advice against this. 

‘Swallowing the shampoo would certainly be dangerous. Depending on the ingredients, it could also certainly ruin your teeth, and it could be too abrasive, causing wear.

‘We need to practise evidence based dentistry. 

Saskia, pictured, claims that her dentist gave her'nothing but praise for how amazing her teeth looked' despite her unusual method

Saskia, pictured, claims that her dentist gave her ‘nothing but praise for how amazing her teeth looked’ despite her unusual method

Saskia, who admits that'purple shampoo doesn't taste great' says she get loads of comments on nights out about how white they are

Saskia says when it comes to beauty hacks she's'up for anything'

Saskia, who admits that ‘purple shampoo doesn’t taste great’ says she get loads of comments on nights out about how white they are

‘The ingredients used in recommended toothpastes for bonding or veneers have all been scientifically tested safe for the material used as well as your oral health, this is essential for healthy teeth and gums. 

‘Using the wrong products and not maintaining your restorations correctly can also void any guarantee provided.’

Saskia posted the idea to her TikTok where the video has racked up more than  100,000 views.

She urged her followers: ‘Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.’

Other white teeth lovers flocked to the comments to share their amazement with her brain wave.

Luce Diamond asked: ‘Is this legit? Because I will do it.’

Asha Giles added: ‘As if!

‘I’ve got composite edge bonding and want to keep them white.

Other white teeth lovers flocked to the comments to share their amazement with her brain wave.

Other white teeth lovers flocked to the comments to share their amazement with her brain wave.

‘It won’t stain or anything will it?’

However, one hairdresser was less than impressed.

Amy Lau quipped: ‘Girl, you better be joking.

‘As a hairdresser I’ve seen everything now.’

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