Updated on February 2, 2018
How To Keep Your Teeth Clean And White, With Charcoal
Why You Need To Have Good Oral Hygiene
Having white teeth and an overall clean mouth can send positives signals to the people who you are conversing with. Imagine yourself talking with a person who you do not really know, when you talk, the one of the first things you will notice will be his/her mouth, if you notice that the person has stained teeth you would subconsciously think that the person has no sense of self-respect, you might even think he’s/she’s gross. If you do not want to be in a state in where a person thinks you are gross, you should keep your oral hygiene on point. One common way to do that would be to brush your teeth, brushing your teeth would remove most of the substances that could damage your mouth. If you are really serious about maintaining a good oral hygiene, then you can also consider flossing your teeth and using mouthwash to kill the bacteria in your mouth.
Go Organic, Use Charcoal
Although brushing your teeth is the most important thing you can do to clean your mouth, there are some drawbacks to this. The negative thing about brushing your teeth is not the brushing itself, rather it is the toothpaste that you use when brushing your teeth. Usually, the toothpaste that we are using is fluoride-based toothpaste. The fluorine inside this toothpaste has an amount in where it can harm our health. If you want a clean and white teeth without harming yourself in the process, then you should switch to using teeth charcoal.
Charcoal based toothpaste is all natural and does no harm whatsoever to the body. This toothpaste can effectively clean and whiten your teeth by absorbing the toxin and bacteria in your mouth. It has been found out that activated bamboo charcoal on the mouth can help balance pH levels, whiten the teeth and detoxify the whole mouth. You can usually use teeth charcoal as a paste or as a powder, whatever form it may be, the effects of the charcoal are still the same.