Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening

Posted by Tom Boland on

Bondi Smile’s Dual Whitening Activated Coconut Charcoal is a great, unique alternative to the standard teeth whitening products…and it’s heaps of fun to use!

If the standard Bondi Smile Teeth Whitening Kit just isn’t for you, then check out our activated charcoal teeth whitening. It’s simple and easy to use, and best of all you can do it from home.

Activated charcoal teeth whitening is perfect for those pesky coffee or red wine stains and works to eliminate general discolouration too, rapidly lifting stains without damaging teeth or causing sensitivity. The charcoal is applied just like brushing your teeth, which means that everyone knows how to use it.

Using the charcoal confirms that to get cleaner and brighter teeth, you first need to get a little dirty. Initially brushing the charcoal into your teeth can be a little scary, but customers soon realise how much fun it is, and once it is rinsed off can see the great results that it has on your teeth.

Simply dip a toothbrush into the activated charcoal teeth whitening powder and gently brush teeth for 1-2 minutes, rinsing with water afterwards. It’s as simple as that!

Activated charcoal teeth whitening

Our activated charcoal teeth whitening product combines ingredients best suited for teeth whitening such as Charcoal, Baking Soda and Bentonite Clay, all in the one tub, to deliver the best quality results.

The Activated charcoal teeth whitening powder also has a lovely peppermint flavour so that it tastes great while you’re using it, making it much more enjoyable and easier to use!

The natural ingredients of Bondi Smile’s activated charcoal leaves teeth looking and feeling cleaner, and also actively freshens your breath in the process.

Bondi Smile recommends using the activated charcoal teeth whitening product no more than once a week, and if teeth become sensitive, stop use.

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