Posh Beauty Blog recommends Curaprox Black is White Toothpaste
By Carla Snuggs
If you’re like me and indulge in coffee, tea and wine, which has the potential to stain your teeth, I have great news for you! I want to introduce you to CURAPROX, who has launched the first-ever chemical-free, all natural and activated-charcoal based teeth whitening system to the U.S. market this fall— Black Is White!
This new collection offers two refreshing lime-mint flavors of toothpaste to gently, yet effectively, cleanse and whiten teeth (WITHOUT the use of harsh chemicals that your normal whitening toothpastes contain!). I have been using it for over a month now and it is definitely must-have oral care product.
What is Activated Charcoal & How Does it Whiten Teeth?
Black in color, this toothpaste safely whitens teeth by effectively absorbing dirt and discoloration particles (bye-bye coffee, tea and wine stains!). The charcoal acts as a magnet by "pulling" stains off the teeth to restore a natural white smile. It contains very low abrasive particles and no bleaching agents, plastic particles, triclosan or SLS (sodium lauryl sulphate) – so you can regain those natural pearly whites WITHOUT the dangers of breaking down your enamel.
Black Is White comes with the CS 5460 ultra soft toothbrush. I bushed two times per day and saw results in about two weeks. My teeth have never been stained but at times they were not as bright as they could be because of all of the coffee and tea I drink At first it was really strange brushing with black toothpaste. It leaves my mouth feeling fresh all day and I know that I can smiile confidently even after several cups of coffee.
It can get a bit messy when you’re brushing and the toothpaste splashes, so try to brush right into the bowl of the skin and then rinse or wipe the sink free of splatters. It feels amazing to be able to whiten my teeth without the use of chemical agents. Highly recommended!
Disclosure: Press samples were provided by the brand/PR for editorial consideration, product testing, photography and honest review.
How do you whiten your teeth naturally? Leave a comment below!