If you haven’t heard about activated charcoal, where have you been? It’s the latest trend in the cosmetics and beauty industry and it has various benefits for us all. Don’t panic, it isn’t the stuff we put on our BBQ in the summer, it’s actually very different...
So, what actually is it?
Activated charcoal is a fine black powder, made when charcoal is heated to a high temperature and then activated by heating it with an oxidising gas or other chemical. It is pure carbon which is specially processed to make it highly absorbent to particles and gases in the bodies digestive system.
Where do we use it?
Misfit Cosmetics used Activated Charcoal in our teeth whitening powder ‘Shine’. We decided to create this product as it is a natural whitening product. When you use activated charcoal powder on the teeth it absorbs the plaque, bacteria and stains from the teeth and gums. It can help fight cavities, bad breath and gum disease. The best thing activated charcoal does is help bring about a nice sparkling smile.
Other ways to get activated charcoal into your life.
There are various items containing activated charcoal across the market. You may find activated charcoal in a variety of different forms, solutions and products such as, Toothpastes, Capsules, Creams, Face masks, Body cleansers and soaps.
What are you waiting for?
Our Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder significantly brightens and whitens your teeth by removing discolouration and stains from the surface of your teeth.
- Super fine Activated Charcoal powder scrubs your teeth clean
- Naturally whitens teeth by scrubbing away stains
- Helps to prevent bacteria in the mouth
- Leaves your teeth feeling very clean.
- Vegan and Cruelty Free.
- Visibly whiter
Don’t waste time activated charcoal could possibly change your life.
If you have been dying to try out some Activated Charcoal, then you have come to the right place. We currently have our Shine activated charcoal powder on sale for just £5 (such a bargain we know.) We recommend using this around 2-3 times a week for the best results.
Have you tried any activated charcoal products? What are your thoughts?