Activated charcoal toothpaste is made from 100% natural bamboo. It contains no chemicals or fluorine. It is a healthy, natural and effective solution for teeth whitening.
It is a natural absorbent, a powerful anti-bacterial, and has detoxifying and deodorizing properties that help in particular to fight bad breath.
It quickly eliminates stains on your teeth caused by foods such as coffee, tea and wine. Indeed, it reduces the appearance of tannins on the teeth to obtain whiter teeth. It keeps a strong enamel and gives you a feeling of freshness and long-lasting cleanliness.
Characteristics of activated charcoal:
- is naturally anti-bacterial
- naturally whitens teeth
- reduces bacteria and oral inflammation
- prevents bleeding gums
How to use it?
- Step 1: Use twice a day, in addition to your usual toothpaste. Add a dab of bamboo charcoal dough to your toothbrush.
- Step 2: Brush your teeth for 2 to 3 minutes.
- Step 3: Rinse your mouth and admire your smile.
- Sorbitol, Water, Silica, Active Bamboo Charcoal, Sodium Sulphate
- Color of the toothpaste: black
- Tube size: 45 x 35 x 190mm
- Capacity: 120 gr
- You will need to continue brushing your teeth with your usual toothpaste and use the charcoal toothpaste to whiten your teeth.
|Helene Blistein on 2019-10-10 09:57:48|| |
Is this product cruelty free?
Yes,the item is made of eco-friendly and natural coconut charcoal.We have tried ourselves,it is messy during usage,but it did have great function.
|Mona Lau on 2019-10-06 04:06:12|| |
Can I use the activated charcoal toothpase while wearing braces?
Again, activated charcoal toothpaste is very abrasive. If you must, use a brush with soft bristles and be gentle.
|Rhonda Stetson on 2019-10-02 00:00:00|| |
Why would I use Activated Charcoal Toothpaste?
Activated charcoal is used to remove some toxic chemicals in the gut. Emergency rooms use it when someone has accidentally ingested poison or chemicals. It can remove toxins because of its large surface area and because it has a negative electrical charge that can bind positively charged molecules or chemicals. (Remember high school chemistry?) The sooner it is taken after a poisoning the more effective it is.
|Dany Lopez on 2019-08-14 00:00:00|| |
Do you recommend activated charcoal toothpaste?
"At Pennino Family Dentistry, we have some definite concerns about activated charcoal toothpaste.
First, it’s abrasive. It can damage your tooth enamel. When your tooth enamel is eroded, the next layer of your teeth, your dentin layer is expose. Dentin is darker than your enamel. Therefore, your teeth will actually appear darker and more yellow. Certainly, not what you’re going for.
Second, the activated charcoal powder (more so than the paste) is irritating to some people. It may leave gums and teeth feeling sensitive."