FIRST IMPRESSION: Cha Cha Charming Charcoal Toothpaste review

Hi guys, you must be excited for the weekend, right? Drinking your favorite coffee or beer. I am excited to drink my favorite Royal Milk Tea Guan Yin in Li Ho Singapore. If any of you are located in Singapore, you must know about this popular milk tea.

For this article, Unpa again sent me another product but this time is by my request. I was so curious about black toothpaste. Since I am coffee, and tea drinker – anything that contains caffeine, my teeth are often exposed to ‘blackness’, I was thinking to just polish it in dentist but it’s really costly yet Watson Singapore sell the polishing but never dare to try it on, so I keep looking at the black toothpaste that I often saw on Instagram.

As written on the box the toothpaste is made of natural charcoal has effects on the removal of bad breath prevents tooth decay and Brighten the teeth. I test the product about 1 week with 2-3 times of usage, it’s about 14 – 15 times of usage.

It does remove bad breath and I feel that my teeth starting too feel a bit strong. It’s quite different when I use my toothpaste. It doesn’t make me feel teeth pain because it’s too minty and sometimes because of I often brush too strong, my teeth outer cover are peeling off and make it vulnerable, after several days, I will need to go to the dentist. To treat my teeth.

This toothpaste doesn’t give my teeth any pain. If you asked me if this toothpaste is going to whiten your teeth, I have no slight ideas that are going to whiten teeth. FYI, the charcoal ingredient in this toothpaste does dry out my lips, therefore I use lip balm everytime I use the toothpaste. If you have dry skin, you may need to take careful attention when using any charcoal product on your skin.

Silicon dioxide, Sodium Monofluorophosphare, Concentrated glycerin, D-Sorbitol Solution, Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium, Glycyrrhiza Extract Powder, Propolis Extract Taraxacum Platycarpum Extract, Sage Extract, Glucosyl Stevia, Xylitol, L-menthol, Charcoal, Peppermint oil, Mint Scent, Spearmint Oil, Soudium Cocyl Glumate, Water.


Have you tried black toothpaste yet? spill your tea!

The product is gifted. Review is not under influence by the brands