Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder from Moody Zook
By Woody Hearn on Oct 13, 2016 @ 8:56PM

When it comes to oral hygiene, I'm a creature of habit. I've been using the same kind of toothbrush and toothpaste for years. But, this time curiosity got the best of me, So I agreed to review a tooth whitening powder. I have to be honest, the charcoal making my mouth look like a horror flick aside, things just aren't going like I expected.



Because of the limited turnaround time for this review, I couldn't really test some of Moody Zook's primary claims. There's also a lack of certain dental issues against which to measure the veracity of their claims. That is to say, I have no idea if "Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder with Sage" actually fights tooth decay and gum disease while providing long-lasting teeth whitening. What I can respond to though are the claims that the powder is made from 100% all natural ingredients and that it tastes great. Well there are only two ingredients, activated charcoal and sage, so, yup, all natural. Whether it's natural to fill your mouth with black, activated charcoal drool is a different matter altogether. And, the sage doesn't "taste great" to me at all. But, taste preferences are subjective. Sooo... yeah.

So with only one verifiable claim, I only have my experiences to go on. So here's how it breaks down. The super fine charcoal powder is a nightmare. I can't even open the lid without it going everywhere. Close the lid, clean off the container, pick it up to move it? Somehow there's still more super fine charcoal powder to clean up. When it comes to using the product, the instructions say to add a "pinch" of the powder to your toothbrush and brush gently. I tried this. I got virtually none on my toothbrush, and it took ample soap and water to clean it off of my fingers. Though the idea of dipping my toothbrush into the powder grosses me out, it's what I tried next. Toothbrush caked in black powder, surely more than I would need. But, I rolled with it nonetheless. The next idea was to use a tiny spoon, but I haven't found anything that really works for me as of the time of this review. Once you manage to get the stuff in your mouth, the result is akin to eating one of those joke candies that turn your teeth black. I ended up employing regular toothpaste after each use just to get all the black out of my mouth. I haven't noticed any significant teeth whitening

Though telling stories about using Moody Zook's Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder is inevitable, it's unlikely that I would ever actually recommend it to someone.

Pros:
- All natural
- Potential oral benefits
- Great for Halloween, I guess

Cons:
- Messy
- Wasn't able to verify primary claims

Takeaway:
Definitely not the right product for me.

is available from Amazon for $19.95. (at the time of this review)
http://www.amztk.com/mzacsage


This product was provided for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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