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Posted 26th Apr 2018
£1.00 in home bargain st Johns liverpool cheapest I can see on ebay is £3.99 so bargain its 60g double the size of the ones I have tried off ebay before which was didn't work this has made my teeth white within just three days of use
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wilmalfc26/04/2018 11:51

@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is …@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is from boots before which is quite an expensive similar product but didn’t see much difference and I’ve also read that there’s not much proof charcoal does much for teeth so just interested in how you found the product. Thanks


you'd get the same results just rubbing a fresh ripe strawberry on your teeth ( which surprisingly does work) , actually would probably get a better cleaner result .
Tooth whitening products don't really do much other than clean your teeth, the more abrasive they are the more damage they ultimately do to your teeth especially ones with added abrasive ingredients like bicarb or the new go to trend charcoal and ironically they will make the staining worse in the future.

Once the staining is in the teeth proper through drinking tea, coffee, smoking ect, that's it no amount of brushing will remove it , all you'll end up doing is removing the protective layers from your teeth.You would need to go to a proper cosmetic dental place to get it removed
I mean if you think about it logically think how many people use whitening toothpaste daily.. and their teeth don't become "american white"
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@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is from boots before which is quite an expensive similar product but didn’t see much difference and I’ve also read that there’s not much proof charcoal does much for teeth so just interested in how you found the product. Thanks
wilmalfc8 m ago

@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is …@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is from boots before which is quite an expensive similar product but didn’t see much difference and I’ve also read that there’s not much proof charcoal does much for teeth so just interested in how you found the product. Thanks


I used the toothpaste first and that didn't work so I found this in store and decided to give it a go last week I forgot to post it yes I can see a difference within three uses twice a day worth a shot at £1?
wilmalfc26/04/2018 11:51

@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is …@JustinGabriel does this work well? I’ve bought the Mr Blanc I think it is from boots before which is quite an expensive similar product but didn’t see much difference and I’ve also read that there’s not much proof charcoal does much for teeth so just interested in how you found the product. Thanks


you'd get the same results just rubbing a fresh ripe strawberry on your teeth ( which surprisingly does work) , actually would probably get a better cleaner result .
Tooth whitening products don't really do much other than clean your teeth, the more abrasive they are the more damage they ultimately do to your teeth especially ones with added abrasive ingredients like bicarb or the new go to trend charcoal and ironically they will make the staining worse in the future.

Once the staining is in the teeth proper through drinking tea, coffee, smoking ect, that's it no amount of brushing will remove it , all you'll end up doing is removing the protective layers from your teeth.You would need to go to a proper cosmetic dental place to get it removed
I mean if you think about it logically think how many people use whitening toothpaste daily.. and their teeth don't become "american white"

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I'll huv a bit o that

Not as good as the toothpaste,teeth actually stain with the black powder
Maccabix5 h, 20 m ago

you'd get the same results just rubbing a fresh ripe strawberry on your …you'd get the same results just rubbing a fresh ripe strawberry on your teeth ( which surprisingly does work) , actually would probably get a better cleaner result .Tooth whitening products don't really do much other than clean your teeth, the more abrasive they are the more damage they ultimately do to your teeth especially ones with added abrasive ingredients like bicarb or the new go to trend charcoal and ironically they will make the staining worse in the future.Once the staining is in the teeth proper through drinking tea, coffee, smoking ect, that's it no amount of brushing will remove it , all you'll end up doing is removing the protective layers from your teeth.You would need to go to a proper cosmetic dental place to get it removed I mean if you think about it logically think how many people use whitening toothpaste daily.. and their teeth don't become "american white"


100%. While this may make your teeth whiter initially, in the long run they will stain easier as you are essentially eroding the enamel. The only safe and effective way to whiten your teeth is to have it done through your dentist.
Maccabix8 h, 16 m ago

you'd get the same results just rubbing a fresh ripe strawberry on your …you'd get the same results just rubbing a fresh ripe strawberry on your teeth ( which surprisingly does work) , actually would probably get a better cleaner result .Tooth whitening products don't really do much other than clean your teeth, the more abrasive they are the more damage they ultimately do to your teeth especially ones with added abrasive ingredients like bicarb or the new go to trend charcoal and ironically they will make the staining worse in the future.Once the staining is in the teeth proper through drinking tea, coffee, smoking ect, that's it no amount of brushing will remove it , all you'll end up doing is removing the protective layers from your teeth.You would need to go to a proper cosmetic dental place to get it removed I mean if you think about it logically think how many people use whitening toothpaste daily.. and their teeth don't become "american white"


Well said. People don’t pay attention to the product.... stain removal and restores natural whiteness are not the same as a bleached American white look.
Good stuff this but be careful can go all over the place
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