SPA Formula for Home Use: Seaweed, Healing Clay, Garcinio Cambogia, and Dead Sea Salt
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Neutripure Activated Charcoal for Whitening is a 100% natural oral care remedy that whitens and detoxes your teeth. This is a 30 day teeth whitener; not a daily toothpaste. It contains an ultra concentrated blend of activated charcoal without all the unpronouncible chemical additives that would just dilute the charcoal's effectiveness. It’s flavorless, a little messy, and at first may seem a little strange! But after you see the results, you’ll love it!
It's counter-intuitive to think a pitch black paste and can lead to whiter and healthier teeth. It looks terrifying while you are doing it and you will absolutely think for a minute that you were duped into permanently staining your teeth. But then, you’ll rinse your mouth and brush as usual and notice that your teeth are not only white again, but possibly whiter!
Conventional teeth whiteners are risky! Procedures to lighten teeth performed in dental offices or at home with over-the-counter preparations use chemical bleaching agents to remove stains. They can damage your teeth and gums, sometimes severely. Commercial teeth whiteners are not regulated by the FDA. That means manufacturers can put just about anything in them, even ingredients that are harmful. Gum irritation, tooth sensitivity, bluish coloring, and uneven whiteness are common side effects. My Neutripure blend safety promises whiter teeth without irritating your teeth or gums! Since chemicals can easily absorb through sensitive skin in the mouth, we use ingredients that are safe enough to eat. But don't. It's best to spit out the bacteria and plaque you brush away.
I'm happy to report I'm pleased with this product. I even mentioned this product as my preference when I submitted my Amazon review for the Colgate charcoal whitening toothpaste.
Naturally, the pure black appearance is a bit startling at first. What a great Halloween side use ! I very much like the non-foaming feature. As a whitener, the non-sensitivity is a HUGE plus !!! This, I believe, should be emphasized!
My method is: 1. brushing with Neutripure charcoal, 2. "regular" brushing, 3. flossing, 4. vigorous "swishing".
There you have it. I submitted 5 stars.
Sandra M Widdall, DDS
Recommended usage is to initially brush with it daily for 3 weeks then sustain a 3 day per week routine. Brush lightly with it and allow it to adhere to your teeth for two to four minutes. Use a soft bristle toothbrush because the paste is already naturally abrasive. If you experience gum irritation during your initial daily 3 weeks then reduce your use to a sustain able 3 day per week schedule. Try to leave your mouth dry enough so the charcoal sticks to your teeth better. Avoid diluting the paste with additional water or saliva. It seems very strange it first but if you keep it up for the first 2-3 weeks i promise you'll love it.
Made in the USA
Everything but the coconuts and bamboo ingredients are from the US. Processes including formulating, filling and idea hatching are done by my husband and I in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The bentonite clay and essential oils are sourced from the US. The coconut oil and bamboo charcoal are sourced from the Philippines. The final charcoal steam activation process is done in Crawford, Nebraska.
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I wrote this guide myself and developed my natural whitening blend after being raised with charcoal for my everyday toothpaste as a child in my native Philippines many years ago. Without fluoride or any dental care my family and I were able to keep our teeth clean, healthy and shinning white. I'd love to share my story with you and offer you some tips so you can get the most out of your purchase. - Lydia Janota. Download my guide here.View full product details
Organic Skincare Facial for Natural Exfoliating and Deep Pore Cleansing 5 Piece Sampler Pack Infused with Charcoal, Red Clay, Tumeric, Green Tea
So what are they? Our Neutripure Konjac Sponges are a great tool for washing your face and promise for more radiant skin. They're all the rage in Japan. They're also known as konjak, konjaku, konnyaku potato, devil's tongue, voodoo lily, snake palm, and elephant yam in different parts of the world. They look like weird little kitchen sponges, feel squishy against skin, and are
actually made of a porous root vegetable.
Here's everything you need to know about your new Neutripure Konjac Sponges:
1. Konjac sponges are really, really gentle. They're more gentle than scrubs, so they're ideal for daily exfoliating. You can use them on sensitive skin, rosacea, and dry flakes that are
difficult to buff away without irritating skin. They can be used on sensitive baby skin.
2. They'll take off your makeup. Used with soap and water, konjac sponges will remove more makeup than washing with your hands alone. You can even run one around your eyes to get your
mascara off faster.
3. They'll make your skin more radiant. Anything that exfoliates makes your skin smoother and more glowy - and the more often you use it, the more pronounced the effects will be.
4. They're made of 100% natural ingredients. The Konjac Potato or Konnyaku is a perennial plant native to Asia, and can be found growing wild at very high altitudes. Our sponges are also
infused with natural mineral additives like the green tea, purple sweet potato, and bamboo charcoal help nourish and smooth skin naturally.
5. They've got a shelf life. For optimum results, replace your Konjac sponge after 3 months of use or when it starts to deteriorate. To maximize the life you should rinse sponge and gently
squeeze out excess water after use but do not wring. Hang in a well ventilated area to air dry.
6. They're organic. Because they are made our of completely natural ingredients they can be composted after use.
7. Not self-cleaning. Although not necessary you may occasionally want to add your favorite cleanser when using sponge. Even though some konjac sponges may claim to be antibacterial, they're
And finally i have a question for you.
How do you pronounce "Konjac"
Okay, i'll tell you.
Konjac is pronounced like CONE-YAK. Not con-jack as you may have thought.
The Japanese word is kon'nyaku pronounced like CONE-NYAKU with the "A" sounding like a short "AW".
I hope you enjoy them!
- Lydia Janota