Who doesn’t want with teeth?
2 years back, the process of making our teeth white, was only at the dentist’s, and it was and still is very very expensive.
In the past 2 years, the oral-care industry has discovered the advantages of using activated charcoal as the key ingredients in many many products, skincare, haircare, and ofcourse, oral care.
To produce the best recipe for whitening the teeth, we had to explore many natural ingredients, and test their effect on our teeth.
We discovered that over time (6 months of daily use), the recipe made with the activated charcoal was found as the most effective one in the scene.
Combined with baking soda, coconut oil, lemon & peppermint essential oil, this recipe will make your teeth white. 🦷 🦷
So, what is activated charcoal you ask, and what does it contain that it makes our teeth white?
The activated charcoal contains a high amount of acids, that helps fight the permanent stains that stay on our teeth during our life.
While it’s spreading all over our teeth when we brush, the activated charcoal removes the stains, combined with the baking soda, this recipe will make your teeth Hollywood-ready. 🤩
So, will you spare 5 minutes of your time to make a life-changing oral health product?
We bet you won’t miss this opportunity that you got. Super whitening toothpaste, simple, easy, and effective. 💋
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Lemon Essential Oil
Peppermint Essential Oil
Sonic Facial Cleanser
How To Make 🥣
With a double boiler, melt the coconut oil until its in the right texture.
Be careful not to burn it.
Add the activated charcoal and baking soda to the blend and mix.
add the essential oils, mix and store in a container.
How To Use ❓
Wash your face with water, then apply the toothpaste on your brush, and start brushing your teeth in circular motion for atleast 4 minutes.
Then, wash your mouth with water from the toothpaste.
Now go to the mirror and blind yourself with these white teeth.
Activated charcoal in toothpaste may help remove surface stains on your teeth. Charcoal is mildly abrasive and is also able to absorb surface stains to some degree. There is no evidence, though, that it has any effect on stains below a tooth’s enamel, or that it has a natural whitening effect.
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