Binchotan Charcoal toothpaste
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A toothpaste with charcoal in it? We love the combo
Especially when it’s premium quality Binchotan White Charcoal: clean and harmless for both humans and the environment, it’s a particularly potent and sustainable material, from picking to discarding.
Binchotan Charcoal toothpaste has a potent antibacterial action. It leaves your mouth and teeth fresh, clean and white but yet it’s very gentle. Carefully made in Denmark following the highest standards of quality control, testing and packaging.
The result is a whitening toothpaste without any added artificial aroma or chemicals. Essential, effective, beautiful and sustainable.
Put a pea-size amount of product onto your toothbrush and get down to business.
Just like your dentist thought you to when you were still too young for school.
Binchotan White Charcoal – An unparalleled quality and a unique production process makes this charcoal unique. For centuries, artisans in Japan’s Wakayama region have turned oak branches into Binchotan, a type of activated charcoal known for its purifying properties and its white hue, earning it the name “White Charcoal”. White Charcoal is made using the same techniques and processes that have been used for centuries. In this ancient Japanese method pieces of wood are baked in hand-built clay kilns, slowly at first and then at extremely high temperatures with restricted oxygen. This allows carbon to be captured in the wood by a process called pyrolysis. This technique transforms it into 95% pure carbon with a hard but very porous surface. 20g of charcoal has a surface of a tennis court. This huge surface has the power to attract impurities and toxins and to eliminate them by changing the chemical connections. As its made from wood, the natural minerals absorbed from the soil by the growing trees are trapped inside the White Charcoal when it is made and later released into drinking water, the air or skin.
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