Amazon: Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder ONLY $5.99

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Seems weird, but the reviews say it works!

Through March 5th, head over to Amazon where you can grab this Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder in Sage Coconut by Moody Zook for just $5.99 when you use promo code QNCHLRY8 at checkout.

Simply add a pinch of this 100% natural teeth whitening powder to your toothbrush (as a toothpaste alternative) and you will soon be able to see results. Even better, the powder is super fine, which makes it safe for sensitive teeth too. Not satisfied with your purchase? You can return it within the first 30 days and get your money back!

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  1. alesia

    I don’t have this brand, I have one that I payed much more for, but I can tell you it does work! The only downside is that it can be pretty messy especially if you have a power toothbrush! Lol. I actually use mine as a face mask as well. I add the powder to a little bit of Aloe Vera and apply to my skin. It really helps with enlarged pores and acne.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for sharing how you have used yours Alesia!

    • Kris

      How often do you use it? I got some about 3 weeks ago but I haven’t noticed s difference. I’ve only used it once per week though because I’m afraid it will be too abrasive. I have very sensitive teeth which is why I opted for this instead of whitening strips. Maybe I need to use it more often to see a difference?

  2. Colorado Amy

    This seems so odd, but I’m going to give it a try. I’ve never tried any teeth whitening products. This price seems great and it seems easy to do. Hope I’m satisfied. Thanks for posting.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I hope so too! You’re very welcome!

  3. Lindsey

    Thought I would give it a try since the price was right! Thanks!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome Lindsey!

  4. Caitlin

    I also bought a little more expensive brand. It does work. I bought one that came with a black bristled tooth brush. Helps to keep the water running for the mess but well worth it. Just make sure you follow the instructions.

  5. Caroline

    So not sure if you guys know but you can just buy charcoal tablets and split them open and use the powder.

    • Daisy

      That’s what i do. I add it to a glass jar of coconut oil and just grab a glob once a week. I also add cinnamon or peppermint essential oils for the flavor and health properties of the oils

  6. Tiffany

    It works great !! But messy 😁

  7. Janet310

    Tysm! Used $5.99 in points and got free. 🙂💃🏻

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Awesome score! YW!

  8. Lilianna

    I would use caution w this. I heard about this a few years ago and did some research. I also talked to a friend who is a dentist. The charcoal is highly abrasive. It can work on surface stains but not well on deep stains. So, my dentist friend suggested that if I were going to do it that I use a lot of caution with the scrubbing of the teeth during the process, so not to wear down my enamel quickly. Those who scrub their teeth w it are wearing down their enamel due to it’s natural abrasiveness. He said to very lightly brush it over the teeth. My research came up w similar information.

    • Simpleton

      I saw a review of this on the news the other day and they said the same thing: It wears down your enamel on teeth
      it does whiten your teeth but you will have permanent damage to your teeth. Not worth it to me, I would rather use coconut oil. Google coconut oil pulling it does wonders for healthy teeth and gums and also whitens your teeth and all natural no side effects!

      • k

        Bit confused about the coconut oil pulling. So do you brush your teeth with toothpaste after the oil pulling?

    • Bobbie

      From what I’ve read, it seems activated charcoal is not any more abrasive than most whitening toothpastes:

      Relative Dentin Abrasivity (RDA) is a guide to measure abrasiveness for all FDA approved dental products and the FDA recommends a score of 200 or below. Activated charcoal powder scores about a 70 to 90 on the RDA scale while most whitening toothpastes score between 100 to 200 RDA.

      Here’s an article on the topic with several products and brands listed at the bottom of the page (no activated charcoal though), surprisingly baking soda is much less abrasive than any toothpaste.

      https://www.sheltondentistry.com/patient-information/toothpaste-abrasivity/

  9. Keri

    Thanks for this! I’ve been wanting to try, but I always hate buying a full size not knowing if I’m going to like it or not. L

    • mel

      yep, dentist said the same thing. Once enamels gone that’s it. There is just not enough long term study for this yet so best to stay away.

      • *Angela-Miles*

        That’s the way I feel about alot of things Mel!! If a long term study isn’t available, I stay away…better safe than sorry lol . Just my theory

  10. Jen D

    I tried this and really hated it. The charcoal gets under your gum line when you brush with if and then you have to floss it out and just yuck. I was excited to try it because of all the positive reviews but for me it was a fail.

  11. Lorrie

    NOOO!!!! Stay away from this!!

    Love,
    your fellow Hipster and R Dental Hygienist

    • Lindsey

      What is wrong with it? Please explain

  12. 50ShadesofLipstick

    This is really no different than using baking soda or any other abrasive substance on your teeth…you will wear away your enamel and once that happens, you’re out of luck. Whitening toothpastes & mouthwashes also don’t work very well b/c they aren’t in contact with your teeth long enough. Skip this stuff and use the Crest White Strips Professional Effects (or get in-office whitening done) if you really want to see some results!

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