Keeping My Smile White

Last week BLCK sent me their activated charcoal teeth whitener and it's very quickly become part of my daily self-care routine! A lot of people have asked for a review of BLCK and how it works, so here it is... 

What is BLCK?

BLCK Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitener is made with 100% natural ingredients to effectively whiten and polish your teeth without all the chemicals and sensitivity from other brands. BLCK is cruelty-free, dentist approved, and for every item sold they donate an eco-friendly bamboo toothbrush to someone in need. 

How to use it: 

1. Wet your toothbrush and dip it into the charcoal powder. 

2. Brush your teeth for 2 minutes with the charcoal powder. (It's tasteless, so it looks really weird but you don't taste anything).

3. Spit it out and thoroughly rinse your month (you'll probably want a cup of water by the sink to get all the powder out - it kind of has a gritty texture in your mouth if you don't get it all out)

My thoughts:

I've only been using BLCK for a week, but I'm already seeing results! I had pretty white teeth to start, but I'm the kind of girl who will never say no to a cup of coffee or glass of red wine, so I was excited try something for a brighter smile. I love that the Activated Charcoal is all natural because I do have sensitive teeth, and found that Crest White Strips caused some sensitivity in the past. I also love the look of the eco-friendly bamboo toothbrushes :) so cute! 

All in all, it's super easy to use (2 minutes out of your day instead of 30-60 minutes like other teeth whiteners) and I'm happy with the results after just a few brushes. If you want to try any BLCK products, feel free to use my code kayley10 for 10% off at the checkout at :) 

- K


*I received the product for free, but was not asked to post or write a blog post in return - I chose to do so because I actually like the product :) I also do not make commission off of the promo code - I simply asked the brand for a code because I know lots of friends wanted to try it! 

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