The Charcoal Toothpaste and How It help remove teeth's stains!

What is the Charcoal Toothpaste and how can it help to remove stains?

The ingredient found in water filters, activated charcoal is essentially a form of carbon that's been treated to make the surface of its particles porous.  All of the ingredients act like magnets for other particles which it absorbs, allowing the unwelcome substances to be swept away when the charcoal is washed off.

Activated charcoal toothpastes are an ancient medicine techniques.  The charcoal binds to everything in its path - stains, tartar, bacteria, viruses.  It will absorb everything in its pass and be swept away when you wash it off. 

The charcoal toothpastes recommendation is the removal of teeth's surface stains. The Charcoal Toothpaste

The surface stains are also known as extrinsic stains, it comes from coffee, red wine, tobacco, and dark colors drinks.  To regularly use the Charcoal Toothpaste to help remove stains and whitening your teeth, a daily usage is a must.  The extrinsic stains live on the enamel layer and can generally be removed with the charcoal toothpastes or surface whitening treatments.  For the deeper stains that live inside the teeth, that would require the In-Office Whitening treatment to remove them.

If you’re looking to work charcoal into your whitening and breath-freshening routine, you best bet is to brush with a charcoal-based paste or sub in a toothbrush with charcoal-infused bristles every other day to strip away food and drink stains.

After all, using the Charcoal Toothpaste in supplement to your Whitening toothpaste will enhance your teeth not only clean all the germs, surface stains, but also whiter teeth with beautiful smile.