This fluoride-free formula cleans and polishes your teeth. Activated Coconut Charcoal binds to everything in its path - from stains and tartar to bacteria. This TRUE by InVite Black tooth polish is a superior teeth whitener, without the use of chemical ingredients. Apple Cider Vinegar promotes healthy gums and Cinnamon Bark Powder and Spearmint promotes fresh breath.†
Important Components of Black, Charcoal Toothpolish
- Whiten Teeth Naturally†
- Freshens Breath†
- Removes Stains†
- Healthy Gums†
Exclusive Features of TRUE by InVite® Black, Charcoal Toothpolish
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Scientifically Formulated
Apply to clean toothbrush and brush once a day, or as needed.
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The Science Behind The Ingredients Within True Black Charcoal Toothpolish
Research from Contemporary Clinical Dentistry states that charcoal use helps to promote healthier teeth and gums as it serves as a protection against harmful, cavity-causing bacteria in the mouth of humans. 
Research published in Scientific Reports explains how apple cider vinegar contributes to oral health in humans. ACV acts as both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. It also contains a number of beneficial bacteria that helps to protect the teeth and gums from bacterial overgrowth. ACV helps to decrease the production of inflammatory cytokines. 
Research from Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine states that cinnamon bark powder helps to provide protection and maintain the health of the mouth in humans. It helps to promote healthy teeth, gums and fresh breath. Cinnamon bark contains procyanidins and catechins which contribute to fighting oxidative stress in the mouth. It can be used as tooth powder and to decrease the pain of toothaches as well as help to balance the oral microbiota, acting as oral health-protecting agents. 
 Contemp Clin Dent. 2018 Jul-Sep; 9(3): 463–467.
 Sci Rep. 2018; 8: 1732.
 Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2014; 2014: 642942.