Raw Coconut and Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Polish

Raw Coconut and Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Polish

Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Polish

Activated Charcoal is definitely not a newly discovered ingredient, but it surely is having a moment.

It is everywhere these days, from Japanese charcoal toothbrushes to charcoal juices to charcoal face washes. It is such a great ingredient, which can be used in natural skincare and toiletries in so many ways. Activated charcoal is an element that stimulates detoxification and helps your skin eliminate marks, bug bites and other foreign objects.

It is different to the normal charcoal because it has been processed to have an increased surface area. This increased surface area then allows for adsorption of toxins, helping to relieve certain symptoms if digested, or helping to clear the skin of impurities.

With its porous surface, activated charcoal attaches to toxins and impurities in the body to draw them out. It works in just the same way on plaque, tannins and stains on teeth - safely and efficiently lifting these off.

The majority of commercial toothpastes (especially the whitening variety) are filled with the plethora of undesirable ingredients, such as: 

  • Sodium Laurel Sulfate - can cause irritation of the eyes and skin, organ toxicity, neurotoxicity, endocrine disruption and biochemical and biochemical cellular changes.
  • GMO Soy Lethicin
  • Xylitol made from GMO corn
  • Flouride - Can have a negative effect on bones, brain and reproductive system.
  • Glycerin - (Found even in most “healthy” toothpastes) Coats your teeth, and prevents them from re-mineralizing. 

If you're not the DIY type, we sell Tuxedo, a powdered activated charcoal teeth whitening powder.

This tooth polish recipe is 100 % natural, effective and uses active ingredients that will help to whiten the teeth without using the harsh ingredients.

Coconut oil is used in this recipe as it contains Lauric Acid, which is a proven anti microbal and is great for killing bacteria that can cause cavities and mouth infections.

Bentonite clay aids the charcoal's work, absorbing heavy metals and delivering essential minerals, while peppermint, roman chamomile and lemon myrtle (citric acid free) soothe, fight bacteria, reduce inflammation and add freshness.

To make the teeth whitening polish you will need:

50 g Raw Coconut Oil

1 tsp Bentonite Clay

2 tsp Activated Charcoal

4 drops Peppermint essential oil

4 drops Lemon Myrtle essential oil

2 drops Roman Chamomile essential oil

¼ tsp Fine Sea Salt


  1. Combine all ingredients in a glass container.
  2. Mix well with a rubber or wooden spoon and place in a glass jar with a lid.
  3. Store in a cool dark place.


Coconut Oil Bentonite Clay Teeth Whitener

Dip the toothbrush into the polish, you don’t need much, just enough to cover the bristles. Brush gently, in circular motions, for around 2 minutes. For extra power leave in your mouth for a few minutes after brushing. You only need a small amount, enough to cover the tips of your toothbrush bristles. Use a dry toothbrush – try to avoid any water entering the product container.

Please make sure that you do not use any plastic or metal when making this polish. Charcoal and Bentonite clay will pull the toxins out metal or plastic, and the polish will not be suitable for use anymore.

I would recommend spitting it out into a garbage can once you're done, because coconut oil can damage your plumbing if you're using this recipe regularly. 

This polish is suitable for even those with sensitive teeth and gums. It can be used as often as needed to achieve desired results.

1 comment

  • Although the whitening strips and the whitening toothpaste appear to be more effective, they are full of hazardous chemicals and toxins which are harmful, like peroxide and similar substances. They are especially harmful for little children!!! I recommend you to use a biological and organic alternative which is more efficient than most whitening strips and toothpastes combined.

    Radhika Wadhwa

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