How to use Activated Coconut Charcoal with Baking Soda

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Activated Coconut Charcoal with Baking Soda

Most of us at some point wish we had a better smile... but dental treatments can be so costly, painful and time consuming. Today’s modern habits of coffee and tea drinking, alcohol consumption, and even just consuming different foods day-to-day can cause our teeth to become stained.

Teeth whitening isn’t about creating an unnatural lightness to a person’s teeth. It’s about returning teeth to their cleanest, most natural state, by removing stains. A great way to achieve this is by using activated charcoal. 

Using charcoal to whiten teeth is simple, natural and easy. Activated charcoal treatments essentially give teeth a deep clean, leaving them with a whiter finish. Charcoal is an abrasive substance which lifts stains and plaque from teeth.

Three woman with white teeth sitting near the flower

Benefits of brushing with Teeth Whitening Charcoal just once a fortnight

  • Noticeably whiter teeth
  • Cleaner teeth
  • Fresher breath.

How to use Activated Teeth Whitening Charcoal

  1. Wet a clean toothbrush
  2. Dip the damp toothbrush into the charcoal powder
  3. Brush your teeth as normal for 1-2 minutes paying attention to more stained areas
  4. Rise mouth well with water.

Even though charcoal is considered a more natural alternative to teeth whitening, Bondi Smile recommend that its use should be limited to once a week or once a fortnight. Activated charcoal should not replace a good toothpaste.

Over use of charcoal for teeth cleaning can lead to the wearing down of tooth enamel, as it is a naturally abrasive material. Bondi Smile’s activated charcoal treatment lifts stains painlessly, but if sensitivity occurs, limit product use.

Activated Coconut Charcoal Teeth Whitening

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