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How Turning My Teeth Black Actually Made Them Whiter
As far as getting my hands on activated charcoal powder, it was actually quite a challenge. Scanning the aisles of my drugstore left me empty-handed, and even the everything-beauty-and-beyond beauty shop that is Ricky's NYC had nothing. I found myself on a hunt that finally led me to the place where you go when you have nowhere else to look: GeniusWorlds. I went with Dark Magic - Whitening Tooth Paste ($17) as it was non-GMO, and had the only packaging that made me feel like I wasn't about to perform an 8th grade lab experiment.
My confidence/excitement/determination wavered a little bit when I was finally in front of my bathroom sink. I mean, charcoal is literally carbon and ash—it's burned in barbecue grills. And here I was, about to swish it around in my mouth like it ain't no thang?
I wet my toothbrush under the sink, then dipped it into the jar of charcoal so that the bristles were completely covered. When I finally put the brush in my mouth, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was virtually tasteless. But after brushing, my mouth was like a scene from American Horror Story: my teeth, gums, and tongue were coated with black sludge. Here's the thing, though: It was kind of fun? And I took selfies I refuse to share here but totally sent to my friends?
Both my sister and I agreed that afterwards, our teeth were noticeably whiter—at least two shades whiter if we had to use one of those shade strips. While exciting, my mind immediately raced: What was this magic? It had to be too good to be true.
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