Diamond Whites Black Edition Charcoal Tooth Polish


I've tried a few different teeth whitening products but I'm always wary of ones that are going to leave me with any sensitivity. The latest trend in teeth whitening that's all over social media is charcoal. The natural ingredient that takes me back to art lessons in primary school is the trendiest way to remove stains on the surface of your teeth.  There's lots of brands with 100% charcoal products but I think I've found a winner in Diamond Whites - the leaders in non-peroxide teeth whitening (apparantly).



I have to admit when I first bought this I had a moment of panic thinking I wouldn't be able to stomach the taste. I mean charcoal doesn't sound very appetising, does it? Thankfully it doesn't actually taste of anything. It's got a gritty sort of texture rather than being very powdery or chalky. A good way to use this polish is as a treatment before brushing your teeth. This means you polish off any stains and then use a regular toothpaste to clean away the black and plaque. Finish off with a mouthwash and you'll be gleaming.
It's worth remembering that although you're likely to notice improvements from the first use it's not a bleaching product. Your teeth will be whitened by stains being removed quickly, easily and effectively. 


There's no denying this is extremely messy. You have to be prepared to clean your bathroom after using this, it gets all over the sink, the counters and the floor if you're anything like my fiance. For that reason I only leave it in the bathroom on days he's allowed to use it and I've got time to get the anti-bacterial wipes out! It's a powder and it's jet black, what do you expect? To use the activated charcoal from coconut shells you dip your toothbrush into the powder then brush your teeth just like normal. It's an interesting look - black everywhere. Your teeth, gums and tongue will look like something out of a horror movie.



So all in all, if you've been over-doing the red wine or tea recently and are looking for an easy way to get rid of stains on your teeth then I'd recommend trying out Diamond Whites Charcoal tooth polish. It's not overly expensive, the pot is going to last for a long time and you can start to see results straight away. It's worth the mess, I promise.

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