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A Coffee Drinker's Guide to Whiter Teeth

It's a 3-cup-a-day kinda season

It's no surprise Americans drink 30% more coffee in the fall and winter. 

Darker days mean more caffeine which can lead to teeth surface stains.    

Here are four ways to keep teeth bright and still drink all the coffee.

  • Swish water around your mouth before and after drinking coffee or tea. 
  • Drink through a straw. Buy stainless steel straws here and say No to single-use plastic. 
  • Avoid coffee and tea after wine. Wine softens enamel making it easier to stain. 
  • Use a naturally whitening toothpaste like Mint Charcoal with activated carbon. 

Fight Coffee with Carbon

Our activated charcoal detoxifies and scrubs
off surface stains leaving your smile sparkling and organic
peppermint oil leaves your breath tasting minty-fresh. 

Tame the Tea Stain 

Naturally whitening xylitol and baking soda help eliminate
surface stains left behind by coffee or tea for sparkling smile
and organic peppermint freshness. 


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  • Paul on

    I’m glad you’re not using fluoride. It’s certainly unnecessary for strong teeth. Fluoride is a carcinogen, meaning, it can cause cancer, and has no place in the human body.
    Good luck with the company, and keep up the good work.

  • Andrea on

    New studies shows, that it is the Phosphor that makes teeth strong and hard….
    I can’t wait to get this GREAT “toothpill” in Europe!!!

  • Anonymous on

    Tania – you are correct! I am a qualified dentist and it is clinically proven that fluoride reduces your risk of tooth decay.

  • sally on

    Nope its already it the water!

  • Tania on

    I really love this product!! The only concern stopping me buying it is the absence of fluoride. Don’t we need this in our toothpaste to make our teeth strong?

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