Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Using charcoal to Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

Charcoal is commonly used as a domestic fuel for cooking, smoking & frying of food items such as meat, fish etc. Charcoal can actually be used locally as a teeth whitening & polishing substance.

Forget all the lies you may have heard on those stimulating toothpaste adverts. There is no better teeth stain removal or whitening formula in the market that is better or as effective as charcoal.

Now you may be wondering is this for real, I want to let you know that it is for real. Charcoal has the chemical property of being able to absorb most other substance so charcoal actually absorbs the stains on the teeth while binding on them in the process.  

Method of Application

  • Get some charcoal and crush it into powder if it is in the solid form.
  • Insert a clean moist toothbrush into charcoal powder.
  • Brush gently & rinse your mouth thoroughly.
  • Then repeat the action for 3-4 times till you are satisfied.
For stubborn stains on a particular tooth, identify the tooth on which you have that stain and use the solid form of the charcoal to rub/scrap that teeth repeatedly till the stain comes off.

To ensure that your teeth is always sparkling white use charcoal at least every 2-3 months. This method of using charcoal is very cheap, economical & painless. If you do not have money to visit a dentist for tooth polishing, just get some charcoal & do the job yourself painlessly. 

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