Morihata Toothbrush uses charcoal to clean your teeth
When we think of personal hygiene, things like soap, deodorant, and toothpaste come to mind. We use these items to remove smells, bacteria, dead skin, and all the other goodies that build up on our bodies. You can go overboard and buy a bunch of these different items, but it takes a few tries to find a combination that’s right for you. It always feels like there’s a new one coming out to try next. We forget that going the more natural route is oftentimes the best way to go.
While you wouldn’t think that putting oil on oily skin is a good idea, it can actually help normalize the oil production from your skin (do a little research if you plan on giving this a go). It feels the same way with brushing your teeth with charcoal. Why would you put black charred remains on your teeth with the hopes of making them whiter? In the olden days, you would brush your teeth with ashes, chalk, honey, and lemon juice. Minty cream toothpastes weren’t always available you know.
It only makes sense then that the Charcoal Toothbrush from Morihata would be good for your chompers. There is Binchotan charcoal blended into each bristle, which helps give off negative ions, and will help deodorize your teeth while preventing bad breath and bacteria. Obviously you’ll want to use toothpaste too, so this $11 toothbrush is technically another hygiene product to add to the list.
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