Activated Charcoal


Your wish for white teeth is about to come true with a very easy, quick, and readily available fix: activated charcoal. Yes, that black powdery substance that is all the buzz in the beauty world can actually help you whiten your teeth and fight tooth decay.

Skeptical? We get it.

In today's article, we will talk about the powers of charcoal, charcoal toothpaste benefits, and using charcoal toothpaste for whitening.


The Science Behind Activated Charcoal

The use of charcoal dates back to 1500 B.C. when charcoal was used for its medicinal properties.

Charcoal is an odorless, fine, black powder. When sources of carbon (for instance, coal, wood, sawdust, peat) are heated at high temperatures, charcoal is produced. During this process, the surface area of charcoal increases, and it becomes more absorbent.

That's why, charcoal is great for absorbing toxins, and is a popular ingredient in most medicinal and cosmetic products.


Teeth Whitening & Activated Charcoal

Here is the truth, activated charcoal cannot whiten your teeth. That's why just using activated charcoal may not give you the results you desire. Most importantly, activated charcoal can be too abrasive for your teeth.

The solution? Charcoal toothpaste.

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Teeth Whitening & Charcoal Toothpaste

A great quality charcoal toothpaste doesn't just use activated charcoal. It is formulated to ensure that you get the benefits of activated charcoal without harming your mouth and teeth.


Benefits of Charcoal Toothpaste:

   Removes Dirty Stains

Charcoal toothpaste removes stubborn stains and leaves you with squeaky clean teeth. Over time, you will see a visible reduction in stains. With regular use, the teeth will become cleaner and shinier.

   Safe to Use

A quality charcoal toothpaste will pair the benefits of activated charcoal with other high-performing ingredients so you can get effective teeth whitening. In this way, the toothpaste is safe to use and doesn't harm the teeth, the mouth, and the area around it.

   Absorbs Bad Breath Causing Bacteria

Charcoal toothpaste benefits also include fighting bacteria that cause bad breath and tooth decay.


Charcoal Toothpaste, How to Use?

To get the best results, follow these tips.


   Choosing the best charcoal toothpaste

Skincare, haircare, or oral care- your results depend on the products you choose. That's why don't just buy any charcoal toothpaste. Choose a toothpaste that combines the benefits of charcoal with other ingredients to provide effective results.

For instance, our Cha Cha Toothpaste contains a safe amount of activated charcoal so you can be risk-free and enjoy all the benefits of this amazing ingredient. In addition to that, we use other ingredients to amplify the results.

  • The power-duo of xylitol and silicon dioxide removes dirty particles that cause cavities.
  • To avoid the abrasiveness of charcoal, we use a natural surfactant extracted from coconut, sodium cocoyl glutamate. It cleans the teeth gently and avoids any damage to the enamel.
  • The amazing combination of charcoal powder and peppermint and spearmint oil leaves you with a fresh feeling mouth for at least 8 hours.


   Using charcoal toothpaste, the right way

  • Brush your teeth twice every day.
  • Use gentle strokes and let the powerful ingredients do the hard work.
  • Rinse thoroughly.

Now that you know charcoal toothpaste benefits, it's time to give the most-hyped charcoal toothpaste a try. Choose between Cha Cha Toothpaste Pink or Cha Cha Toothpaste Black.