dazzle tooth whitener


Have you been looking for a way to whiten your teeth without any tooth sensitivity?

You’ve found your answer in our food-grade blend of activated charcoal and calcium that whitens and brightens your teeth while strengthening your tooth enamel, reducing sensitivity, and detoxifying your whole mouth for a fresh-from-the-dentist clean.

Activated charcoal easily and painlessly removes surface stains from tea, coffee, wine, berries and other foods, as well as toxins in your mouth. Once you try it and see how well it works, you’ll never go back to those sensitizing and irritating chemical/peroxide treatments!


Our activated charcoal is made from organic coconut shells, which have passed through very high heat to alter the inner structure of the charcoal, making it highly porous and negatively charged, so it can attract positively charged molecules to itself, such as tooth stains, toxins and plaque. This exceptional ability to adsorb (as opposed to absorb) accumulated plaque and other toxins, reducing or preventing systemic absorption, is also why it works so well at removing surface stains from coffee, tea, red wine, and berries. These results are different from that of a a tooth whitening or bleaching process, which also targets intrinsic (internal) staining. This is why using activated charcoal doesn’t cause tooth sensitivity as bleaching often does. The ultra-fine carbon powder is very gentle to teeth when used in moderation, and is formulated to be used in conjunction with a less abrasive non-toxic cleanser, like our detox toothpaste toothsoap.

Please note : While using a charcoal toothpaste periodically can reduce or eliminate stains on your teeth, charcoal toothpastes have the potential to wear down enamel if used excessively or if you brush too hard. This could expose the yellow dentin below your enamel. (This can also happen with any other type of abrasive, like salt or baking soda.)
Those with receding gums (exposed roots) and elder teeth with thinner enamel may be extra sensitive to charcoal toothpastes. Charcoal particles could  accumulate in the small cracks of the enamel and the areas without enamel , possibly leaving teeth discolored or darkened around the edges or roots. While this is a temporary effect, it would definitely NOT produce the effect you’re hoping for… so, if in doubt, try a small amount first:)




Additional information


Wet toothbrush, shake off excess water, dip into jar, close lips while brushing your teeth (to avoid black splatter), leave for 1-10 minutes and brush clean. We recommend brushing your teeth with our detox toothpaste as well as using our tongue cleaner afterwards as the black charcoal will adhere to toxic bacteria on your teeth and tongue. (It's like those red tablets dentists used to use to see how well you're brushing… but much healthier:)

Use daily, or every other day, to bring your smile up to your desired level of whiteness, and then use weekly, or as needed, to maintain.


Gratitude-infused organic vegetable glycerin (in the "paste" variety only), activated food-grade bamboo charcoal, organic arrowroot, calcium bentonite clay, calcium carbonate, organic clove, organic cinnamon, organic star anise, love, and the highest intentions for your health + well being.


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