This tooth powder appeared in Thailand as early as 1921 , when betel nut was used in villages for brushing teeth, and the powder remains at its peak to this day.
Its natural formula does not include carcinogens, harmful preservatives or synthetic additives such as foaming agents, colors, and artificial flavors.
It is very effective for cleaning teeth from plaque , removing cigarette, tea and coffee stains. In addition, it strengthens the gums, reduces bacteria in the mouth, removes plaque, and is used to prevent gingivitis.
The composition includes white clay, sea salt and borneol. Suitable for sensitive teeth.
Method of application : dilute a small amount of powder with water to obtain a mushy mass. It is advisable to use a soft-bristled toothbrush. The brushing technique is the same as using toothpaste.
However, it is not recommended to use tooth powder daily. It is enough to apply it 3-4 times a week. The rest of the time, you need to brush your teeth with ordinary toothpaste.