Charcoal is one of the most powerful natural bleaching agents in the world and especially one of the oldest. Traces of the use of this rock can be found as far back as 30,000 years BC. It was already used at the time as a natural absorbent, anti-bacterial or anti-fungal. It also has detoxifying and deodorizing properties that help to fight bad breath. Here it is its natural and healthy whitening property for the human body and the environment that is highlighted.
Natural bleaching and stain removal:
Healthy solution for whiter teeth and gums without toxic ingredients, fluoride or bleach. Safely cleans and polishes teeth, strengthens enamel, improves gum health and refreshes breath. Naturally removes coffee, tea, wine and tobacco stains!
For all teeth:
The 100% natural formula is gentle on enamel, creates healthy gums and promotes healthy teeth. Use instead of regular toothpaste or use the powder before your regular brushing routine.
A 30 gram jar lasts 2 to 3 months.
Instructions for use:
With a small spoon or a pinch of your fingers, apply a small amount of powder to the palm of your hand. Apply a wet toothbrush and brush for two minutes. Then brush again to remove the remaining powder from the teeth (using water or your normal toothpaste).
- Weight: 30g
- Ingredients ( 100% natural):
- Bamboo charcoal
- Calcium carbonate
|Alex D'Onghia on 2019-10-10 09:59:22|| |
Question: Is it safe to use of i have some white fillings? Will it discolor them?
Answer: Product is made of all natural.
|Ryan Plesa on 2019-10-06 03:56:33|| |
Does it expire?
If left exposed to the environment, in time, activated charcoal will adsorb various pollutants and eventually “fill up.” Otherwise, if stored securely, there is no expiration limit other than what certain arbitrary governmental regulations may require as a maximum.
|Katier Wilson on 2019-10-06 03:55:47|| |
How long will activated charcoal last?
If stored in airtight containers, activated charcoal has an almost indefinite shelf life.
|Ellen Whiddon on 2019-10-06 03:54:53|| |
What is activated charcoal?
The simple answer: it is the charcoal made from different sources such as wood, coconut shell, bamboo, or coal, that is then “activated”, with steam or acid. This process carves away the internal structure of the charcoal particles producing a much higher [internal] surface area. This “activated charcoal” is then used in thousands of applications primarily to adsorb unwanted chemicals so that they can be neutralized or removed completely from the product that is being “cleaned”.