Charcoal Teeth Whitener
*** COCONUT CHARCOAL TEETH WHITENER ***
Packed with minerals that are good for a fresh mouth and healthy smile! Our Coconut Activated Charcoal powder is 100% steam activated, ultra fine, premium quality charcoal powder derived from coconut. Activated Charcoal is a powder that is able to suck out impurities that come near it. It works for your teeth by pulling out the stains off your teeth. Activated charcoal works really well on tea and coffee stains because tannins react really well to activated charcoal.
How to use:
Sprinkle on the wet toothbrush. Gently brush teeth for 1-2 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with water. Make sure no water enters the jar to avoid bacteria growth. Once the jar is opened store in a dry place for up to 12 months. Or mix a teaspoon of powder to aloe vera gel and make a detox face mask.
Ingredients: 100% pure food grade coconut activated charcoal powder
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*** BAMBOO TOOTH BRUSH ***
Switching To A Bamboo Toothbrush! Bamboo is a natural plant based material which, at the end of its life, is totally biodegradable and can even be composted.
Handle Material : Bamboo
Hardness : Soft
Bristle Material : Charcoal Fiber
The activated charcoal in the bristles of the brush helps to absorb the tannins that bind to your teeth and cause stains. The same carbon absorbing properties that remove plaque and tannins can too remove the bacteria that cause you to suffer from bad breath. The idea here is not to mask or overpower the natural odor produced by your mouth, but to remove the bacteria that creates the odor in the first place for a more pleasant post clean feeling for you and for those you interact with throughout the day.
*Ecological bamboo products, should be kept away from damp environment. Keep it in ventilated and dry area. Recommended to replace after 90 days.
*Disposal of the Toothbrush: Using pliers, it is easy to remove the bristles from the head. Doing so will also remove a small metal staple that is used to clamp the bristles to the handle. The bare toothbrush handle can be composted in Organics Bin and will safely return to the soil. The bristles will have to be landfilled.