Lamar reviews - Coconut Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder

May 16, 2018

Coconut Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder


For those of you who don’t feel the Instant Smile one size fits all smile improvement system is an option for you this is might be the answer.  It’s a teeth whitening system using activated coconut charcoal powder.


This is actually not new, it’s been around for years and I guess get’s re-introduced to the public every few years.  When you open up the package it’s a very fine black powder.  You have to be really careful because it will get all over everything.  The correct way to use this is to dampen a soft toothbrush and dip it in the powder.  Then you lightly brush your teeth.  After a few minutes rinse your mouth out until you’re spitting out clear water.  Do this for a few days and you should have noticeably whiter teeth.


I’ll tell you what you DO have!  A huge dang mess!  First off if you have a Sonicare toothbrush that you paid good money for gosh sakes don’t stick it in this black demon dust!  Get a toothbrush that you won’t mind throwing away.  I’ll be including some pictures of the carnage with my review.  Once you start brushing your teeth be prepared for what you see in the mirror.  Your teeth are blacker than crude oil and when you spit in the sink it looks horrendous!  It is so freaky to be spittin black into the sink.  As far as rinsing your mouth, it takes a while to get all the black out.  Then you have to clean out the sink that is black.  When all that’s done you feel like you have to actually brush your teeth with regular toothpaste so that your mouth feels clean.  In fact most of the research I did recommends it.


Now when I look at my teeth I think they may be actually whiter.  Or the fact that they were black while I was brushing makes them look whiter now in comparison.  It’s hard to tell.  I actually did some research to see if dentist agreed that this does work.  They do actually but warn that you shouldn’t do this more than once every two weeks.  The charcoal is so abrasive it can actually remove the enamel and cause damage.  But occasional use does whiten your teeth.


As far as the taste goes, there really isn’t any.  As far as the coconut goes I never found anything resembling that taste.  Maybe they burned up the shells to get the charcoal.


Does it work?  Yeah, probably, but I would be careful about the abrasion.  The instructions on my box said to do it daily but abrasion aside I couldn’t see myself doing this every day.  Every time you take the lid off this stuff there is a chance of knocking it in the floor.  If that happens I honestly believe it would be easier to get rid of a dead body than clean this stuff up!


Since more than likely it does what he claims to do my score is 3 Budweisers.

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