This all-natural pearl tooth powderworks a treat in gently polishing and removing stains from teeth enamel. It's a great sustainable alternative for anyone who isn't a fan of activated charcoal. You can use it directly or mix with coconut oil to form a paste that freshens the mouth and neutralises odour.
One reusable metal jar contains 40 grams of a peppermint-flavoured tooth powder which allows for approximately 70 uses.
Our tooth powder is completely plastic-free and works beautifully while being safe on enamel!
How to use natural tooth powder:
Wet your brush head and dip the bristles into the tooth powder.
Brush it On donate 100% of their profits to conservation projects that protect the world's oceans, forests, and wildlife.
Our oceans need a helping hand! Did you know that plastic rubbish is looking to outweigh fish in our oceans by 2050? Brush It On, in partnership with The Australian Marine Conservation Society, help distribute living plastic-free packs to raise awareness around plastic pollution with a focus on keeping oceans healthy and in their most natural state without pollution putting more pressure on them.
Not so fun fact – 4,500 acres of forests are cleared across the planet every hour. Did you know that? Brush It On have partnered with World Land Trust, to support their mission to protect threatened habitats and wildlife that live in these forests. Purchases contribute to the Buy an Acre programme and create permanently protected nature reserves across the world by buying acres of rainforest. Currently, Buy an Acre funds are helping land purchase in Mexico to protect and save ancient forest habitat for wildlife that are vulnerable.
Did you know that 150-200 species become extinct every 24 hours? The animals that we share this planet with are in serious danger. Purchases of these products support the work of WWF-Australia and Regenerate Australia – their vital recovery and regeneration program launched through four key projects following the 19/20 devastating bushfires, including Koalas Forever which is aimed at doubling the number of koalas on Australia’s east coast by 2050.