As a teenager I had braces, so the importance of good dental hygiene and care has always been a top priority of my lifestyle.
I have tried several natural toothpastes, but I was not impressed until I discovered White Birch, Whitening Toothpaste $14.99.
What intrigued me about the product is the key ingredient its white charcoal, not black, and it comes from special white birch trees in Japan. The White Birch formula is patent pending and includes a special white powder they’ve created from the trees. White Birch trees are known for their strong whitening capabilities, and the formula is gently abrasive but super effective. You can whiten 2 shades in just fourteen days by using it safely every day.
Since the toothpaste has Jojoba Oil it has a creamy-like consistency, so be careful because it releases fast out of the tube! The formula is unique and was created by a family of Dentists with over 50 years of working with patients.
Once I began brushing, I loved that the White Birch toothpaste quickly activated to a foam and distributed nicely all over my mouth. I felt super fresh after and even squeaky clean, the Jojoba Oil leaves a protective shine to your teeth that feels awesome on your tongue.
The taste is pleasant and leaves your breath minty fresh. Since I am a coffee and hot water with lemon drinker in the morning, I especially liked that the natural Peppermint Oil does not linger in any way that interferes with the taste of my coffee. It does not have the sharp, spicy burn many other kinds of toothpaste leave. That’s one of my biggest pet peeves with regular toothpaste they distort the taste of everything, so was great to find a natural brand like White Birch that used natural oils to flavor the whitening toothpaste.
Check out these photos from day one evening and day two morning:
Another plus for this product is that it contains no:
- No Artificial Dyes
- Free of SLS/sulfates,
- No Artificial sweeteners/flavors,
- No Microbeads
- No Triclosan
- No Gluten
How awesome is that?!
I highly recommend the White Birch Charcoal Whitening Toothpaste, especially if you have sensitive gums because its strong enough to remove tough stains, but smooth enough to soothe irritated gums.
Have you ever tried White Birch? If so, let us know in the comments below.
I received a press sample for review. The opinions are entirely my own based on my experience.