Whitening Mint Orange Charcoal


Strengthen your gums, freshen your breath, and whiten your teeth – naturally! No hidden nasties in this toothpaste, every single ingredient is proven beneficial to the health of your mouth & gums. Don’t worry, the activated charcoal whitens your teeth by drawing out toxins & impurities – it does not stain them.



  • Coconut oil
  • Bentonite clay powder
  • Xylitol
  • Baking soda
  • Organic cacao nibs (powdered)
  • Fine sea salt
  • Powdered local free range eggshells
  • Kaolin clay powder
  • Peppermint essential oil
  • Sweet orange essential oil
  • Activated charcoal powder

To Use: Just put your toothbrush right in the container to scoop out a small amount of the paste. Put it quickly under running water and brush your teeth as normal. Be careful about getting it on your clothes, the charcoal does stain fabric. After you’ve brushed, for extra freshness add some water to your mouth with the paste still in there and swish it around & gargle before spitting it all out.

Please Note: You will notice some blackness in the sink after a while. Do not worry! It’s not staining your sink, it’s just sticking to the scum on your sink. I keep a spray bottle of white vinegar and a sponge nearby to give it a quick spray & wipe about once a week, which leaves the sink sparkling clean.

Activated charcoal helps whiten teeth while promoting good oral health by changing the pH balance in the mouth, helping prevent cavities, bad breath and gum disease. It works to whiten teeth by adsorbing plaque and microscopic tidbits that stain teeth.

Coconut oil can help boost the microbiome in your gut (the gut begins in the mouth) and naturally prevents candida in the mouth. There is limited evidence that coconut oil might help reduce cavity-causing bacteria — either way, it can only help, so long as it’s not used as a replacement for flossing, brushing, and tongue scraping.

Calcium, magnesium, silicon, phosphorus, sodium, nickel, iron – simply a few of lots of trace elements and also minerals found in sea salt. These nutrients strengthen the gums, safeguard versus tarter and also bad smelling breath, as well as might even lighten your teeth in time. High in iodine, sea salt has antibacterial abilities and also assists reduce the effects of acids in the mouth. Salt makes you salivate, and your spit produces an anti-bacterial obstacle that safeguards your enamel.

Peppermint Essential Oil is an antiseptic oil which help to treat pain. It is great in a mouthwash or toothpaste, and is effective in combating bad breath.

Xylitol for its abilities to reduce cavity-causing bacteria in the mouth.

What Does “Saponified” Mean?

Saponification is the chemical reaction used in the soap making process. When the oils and fats are combined with lye (a strong alkali) they are called saponified. At the end of the process the lye is all gone, and you are left with just soap. To learn more about this, have a look at my blog post on the subject.


About “Filler” Oils

Cheaper oils are often used as a “filler” but I don’t use them because they don’t add much nutrient value to the soap.

I don’t use palm oil in any of my products, since its production is harmful to the environment, destroying critical habitat for many endangered species, as well as being linked with the eviction of forest-dwelling peoples. Find out more here.

I only use high quality oils and butters that are filled with beneficial nutrients for the skin. Learn more about this on my blog.

Additional Information

Weight 0.082 kg
Dimensions 6.2 × 6.2 × 5 cm

Nut Free


Breath Freshening, Whitening

Scent Type

Citrus, Minty