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Miracle Teeth Whitener is a natural teeth whitening powder that you use in lieu of toothpaste. Use of this powder lets you naturally clean and whiten your teeth without any harsh whiteners. Many people might end up with a sensitive gums or sensitive teeth after repeated use of chemical whitening products. Moreover, this particular whitener is one you can use all the time without worrying about the chemical contents inside traditional whitening toothpastes in stores.
The cost of Miracle Teeth Whitener is $19.99 plus $0.00 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Miracle Teeth Whitener at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $29.98. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: miracleteethwhitener.com
This is an ideal toothpaste for people with sensitive teeth or sensitive gums.
You can purify and detox you teeth without any issues that arise from things like SLS, which dampen sweet receptors and increase sour receptors.
You can gently whiten your teeth without the use of any whitening peroxides or bleach.
The natural activated coconut mixture with the charcoal, the orange seed oil, and the bentonite powder work to lift, extract, then remove your stains and any other residue on your teeth. Perfectly safe for teeth or veneers, you can use this tooth powder to clear away red wine, soda, coffee, even smoking stains.
The more often you use it, just like any whitener, the whiter your teeth get.
There are no chemical products or harsh whitening agents in the tooth product, so there is nothing harmful that goes inside of your mouth.
The jar that you get is actually quite small. Most people expect the jar to be bigger. The jar can easily fit in the palm of your hand without touching the base of your fingers. However, you do not need a large amount of the powder mixture in order to brush your teeth thoroughly, so you can stretch out use of this product.
It is an all natural toothpaste. One whose ingredients it would be somewhat difficult to recreate at home, unlike other natural teeth whiteners. The formula is a 100% activated coconut and charcoal combination.
Sometimes the yellow on the teeth we see is not actually a stain. In some cases that yellow is simply the result of having removed the top coating of the tooth and seeing the yellow of the tooth below. If this is the case, then you can use as many whitening agents as you want but it will not change the appearance of your teeth.
This particular mixture is not that different from other charcoal tooth powder mixtures on the market except for the fact that it has the orange seed oil. Orange seed oil has many uses and is often mixed in to things like drinks, sweetmeats, and even body lotions or creams. The essential oil taken from the orange seed not only brings with it a light scent but it is an antiseptic and sedative. Such an additive is unique among the many different charcoal tooth whiteners out there. Other whiteners use charcoal and essential oil mixes like peppermint to mimic the flavor with which most people are familiar.
Chemical whitening strips and trays have peroxide in them, which is the main component for whitening your teeth. This component though is not something that most people want or can use. For those who have sensitive gums, the use of peroxide can be detrimental to people with sensitive gums. Moreover, those who do not currently have sensitive teeth or gums can experience it after too many uses of peroxide, or whitening teeth too often.
Out of the many combinations for natural toothpaste, they seem to share some of the same ingredients. The bentonite powder included in this one is really just a natural clay agent that helps the other active ingredients to clump together. Charcoal is one of the more popular items on the natural food menu today, and for many good reasons. Having said that, it will not work as effectively as advertised. Instead, what you will end up with is a clumping mess of powder that leaves black bits in your teeth. Crunching noises will arise from the charcoal bits as you try desperately to rinse it all out. Once rinsed, it does not leave a noticeably whiter smile than other things on the market and certainly not when compared to regular cleaning products.
Regular whitening toothpaste does contain a lot of chemicals and additives that most people do not want to put into their mouths, but they also have the key whitening ingredient. Using charcoal will give you naturally whiter teeth compared to what you have now, but it will absolutely not give you the bright white fresh peroxide glow that is seen on the commercials. Reading the advertisements which show the bright white changes even says that these are not the typical results, and your results will vary.
Of course, as with any whitening product, if you continue to use the staining elements, you cannot expect good results. Continuing to smoke or drink coffee will only continue to stain your teeth. In such cases, the more often you use any whitening product, the whiter your teeth will get only until you start staining them again.
Wet your toothbrush.
Dip the toothbrush gently into the charcoal mix.
Brush your teeth like normal.
Rinse thoroughly, perhaps multiple times in order to remove the charcoal bits left over.
Do not use this on children or babies. This is a natural product, to be sure, but if the children or babies use it, they might end up swallowing the charcoal mix. As a result, they could get a bit sick. You are not meant to swallow the mixture, though it is a natural mixture without any harmful chemicals.
Stains on your teeth are one of two things: they are either intrinsic or extrinsic. Those which are extrinsic are on the surface of your teeth. Intrinsic strains are those which are in the micro-cracks on your teeth, below the dentin. Your dentin is the layer of the tooth located below the enamel. Whitening products are designed to remove the extrinsic stains from on top of your teeth. More advanced whiteners can get the stubborn intrinsic stains out too, removing any discoloration on your teeth.
Opalescence gels have either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to get into the enamel and break apart the molecules that stain. Oxygen molecules from the whitener reacts chemically to break up the bonds, then removes stains and leaves a brighter smile. This is, in essence, what the charcoal compound is trying to do.
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I've use your product for two weeks and spent $20 on it because I thought it would work. Boy, was I wrong. Didn't remove coffee stains or anything else and was a total mess to use! I won't be saying anything good about it.
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This product did absolutely nothing. It acted in the same fashion as Whitening Strips and toothpaste that is supposed to whiten teeth and your product is not one whit better than theirs.
I followed the directions to the letter, letting inky drops fall all over my hands and sink. It turned my toothbrush black but I said "Oh well, they said it was messy. " What you didn't say is that the only thing it does is make a mess.
Zero change and I am out twenty bucks. Thanks for yet another scam. And by the way, it IS available in stores. I got it in Harmon's.
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