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Charcoal Toothpaste, Black is the New White! 

Charcoal Toothpaste

It’s so hard to believe, charcoal toothpaste, turning your teeth black can actually make them whiter. Charcoal has been putting the beauty industry in a spin over the last couple of years, with charcoal toothpaste, facial scrubs, cleansers and facial masks all growing in popularity.

The benefits of charcoal toothpaste

Most people would admit that their teeth aren’t brilliant white, and would love Reasons for a brighter smile included wanting to look younger and boosting self-esteem.

With no added chemicals, charcoal toothpaste is a natural teeth whitener with antibacterial properties. It can help to brighten teeth by removing plaque and the stains caused by smoking and drinking tea, coffee and red wine.  It can also give you a fresher feeling by removing the bacteria leaving them feeling squeaky clean and smooth.

But how can Charcoal Clean your Teeth?

The charcoal found in charcoal toothpaste, beauty products and supplements isn’t the same charcoal you’d use to fuel your BBQ. The charcoal in toothpaste is ‘activated charcoal’ which is made when charcoal is heated with a gas which causes it to expand and pores to be created. These pores absorb toxins and other substances, such as tartar, with the result being whiter teeth.


Ecodenta Charcoal Toothpaste is Fluoride free and contains ‘Teavigo’ a natural Green Tea Extract, which helps to protect against tartar and provides antibacterial benefits.

Your teeth should feel fresher and cleaner from the very first time you use it.

At present it is on offer on Holland & Barratt Website, not forgetting they have a Natural Beauty Range with Sukin and Beauty Kitchen.  I recently bought their Bamboo Mineral Rich Charcoal Konjac Sponge for my Son, it cleared his skin up beautifully, he’s pleased, I’m pleased!

2 thoughts on “Charcoal Toothpaste, Black is the New White! 

  1. Lol! Quirky it is a strange feeling! Much like those tablets the dentist give you turning our teeth red though in this case black!

  2. I’ve used charcoal as a supplement, but I’m intrigued by the prospect of using it in a toothpaste. I may just have to give it a try one of these days…

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