Whiten Teeth with CHARCOAL?

Being a chemical/toxin free house is an ever growing chore…  Between foods, beauty products, and cleaning products, practically everything needs a second look to determine if it’s safe or not.

Tooth whitening treatments are no exception.

I tried a commercial at home tooth whitening system a while ago, but it literally stripped layers of skin in my mouth away.  After rinsing, I could peel a layer of skin off of the inside of my cheeks.  Gross, and seriously painful.

I didn’t get past 2 days.

So, when I heard about whitening your teeth, naturally, using non-abrasive Activated Charcoal, I was both excited and nervous.  I didn’t want to run the risk of potentially destroying my mouth again.

But I gave it a shot.  And I took pictures, just for you!  You can thank me later…

Before you make fun of me… yes, my tooth is chipped and my teeth have shifted after suffering through the relaxin effects of 4 pregnancies and the loss of my retainer.

smaller tooth
The after was taken after 6 days of treatments.

For all the specifics about how this works and why it’s safe, check out Mommypotamus’s post at The Healthy Home Economist about it.

I did this twice a day for the first two days, brushing regularly and rinsing well after, and then once a day the next 4 days.

It’s not bright and shiny bleached white, which is fine with me.  Teeth are naturally ivory in color, anyway!

Captain was totally weirded out by it, but I think it’s worth a few strange looks.

Have you tried a natural tooth whitening remedy?

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Hi, my name is Jessica. I am a stay at home momma wench who is addicted to all things Piratey, the internet and cookie dough. If you like any of those things, I think we'll get along just fine.

One thought on “Whiten Teeth with CHARCOAL?

  1. I didn’t know that activated charcoal could whiten your teeth. Although it might work for some, I don’t think I would be able to get past the texture in my mouth! Maybe I’ll go with a more traditional approach and visit my dentist. How did it taste?

    Lily de Grey |

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