Safe and Effective Whitening & Oral Care, Created by Dentists.
Where healthy smiles start!
White Birch® Activated White Charcoal Powder allows you to enjoy the benefits of Activated Charcoal without the black mess of traditional Black Charcoal Powders.
Developed by a family of dentist’s with over 50 years of clinical experience, the White Birch® Activated White Charcoal Powder is a natural way to whiten your teeth and is made from white birch trees imported from Japan. Once in the USA, we use a proprietary baking method that turns Activated Black Charcoal--White, creating a super-porous, adsorbent and gentle abrasive powder.
This signature ingredient is a world’s first, and can only be found in White Birch® products. In fact, one teaspoon of our highly concentrated Activated White Charcoal has more surface area than a 57,600 sq ft. football field, making it extremely effective in our formulation.
Our White Birch® White Charcoal Powder is also powerful, yet gently abrasive with a less than .21 mm particle size.
Our safe and effective, proprietary formula works to remove and prevent stubborn stains including wine, tea, and coffee, while brightening and whitening teeth for a healthier smile. Also prevents tartar and tooth discoloration, removes plaque and freshens breath. Are you ready for a whiter, healthier smile?
Enjoy the benefits of charcoal without the black mess!
Apply at least 1 inch of White Birch toothpaste onto a soft bristle toothbrush. Carefully dip pasted bristles into jar, evenly coating with White Birch charcoal powder. Tap to remove excess. Brush for two minutes and rinse. Do not swallow. Use of White Birch products are not a substitute for regular dental care. Visit your dentist regularly.
Activated Charcoal, Sodium Bicarbonate, Calcium Carbonate, Stevia, Organic Peppermint Powder, Organic Wintergreen Powder, Zinc Chloride.
1.16oz / 33g
Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children under 12 years of age. If experiencing sensitivity to gums or teeth when brushing with charcoal powder stop using and consult a dentist. Do not swallow. Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs , rinse eyes thoroughly with water.