Procoal Teeth Whitening Review

For the past few weeks, I've been browsing the many different teeth whitening kits available on the market and was starting to feel a bit bored with the same old products. Although I haven't tried the branded oil pulling kits, I have tried my fair share of pulling using coconut oil at home and hated the experience. Coconut for me is one of those tastes and scents I despise so this was a right chore for me to carry out and I ended up loosing interest.

I have always been unhappy with my teeth, having had three different braces which granted, straightened my teeth, but left glue and stains on which I've only recently had scraped off. I always try to look after them, brushing twice daily, flossing, mouth washing and all that jazz. However my teeth have never been bright and I wanted to see if I could change this.

Procoal very kindly sent me a jar of their Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitening Powder* to try and I have to say, charcoal is one of my favourite beauty ingredients, especially when its in a body scrub! This stuff is completely scentless, 100% natural, vegan and not tested on animals. All you have to do is dip your toothbrush into a small amount of the powder (I used a little dish and a teaspoon to avoid any mess!) and give your tegs a brush as you would toothpaste. 

I personally prefer a minty feel in my mouth so I have been using this after or before I brush my teeth as usual with my toothpaste. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy this powder is to use and its also not a nasty sensation as you would expect. Brushing your teeth with charcoal sounds a little crazy but its tasteless as well as having no scent so if you can cope with a subtle gritty texture then I'd definitely recommend giving this a go. 

Now down to the nitty gritty (no pun intended!) and the bit I guess your wanting to know. Any results? I took a before and after shot to give this product a fair review.
I gave this stuff a two week trial to get some results - I originally planned on just a week but in all honesty it wasn't enough to see a huge difference. My teeth felt cleaner and looked slightly brighter, but I wanted a more concrete piece of evidence to share with you here so I extended my experiment by a few days. Although there isn't a major difference in colour, my teeth feel smoother and much cleaner than when I've brushed just with my usual toothpaste. These photos show my teeth before and then two weeks after using Procoal five times a week.


Although not a visual thing for you to see, I can 100% feel less of the glue marks that were left on my teeth after braces and I think the gentle charcoal has definitely helped with breaking this down and polishing it off for good.
Each jar is said to last between four - five months depending on how often you use it. The brand explain you can achieve results by using this four - five times a week but its perfectly safe to use twice daily as well. The jars retail at £19.99 but they're currently on offer for £9.99 so an absolute steal compared to some of the other kits available out there.

Let me know what you think and whether you have tried Procoal before? You can also see my YouTube video which I have linked below and you can purchase Procoal Teeth Whitening Powder here :)


Thanks for reading!

Ellis x







10 comments

  1. Ive heard so much about this and I've been dying to try it! Thank you for sharing!

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  3. I'm glad to find this post. I am really looking for a review of this particular product. Now, I have a better understanding of using Procoal for I am geared towards teeth whitening this 2017.

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  4. I love the results that you have shown here. I hope to achieve similar results. I've been looking at Procoal results for a while now and I'm glad to see that it was able to help remove and polish the glue from having your braces removed.

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  6. Hi Ellis and thanks for the post, it made interesting reading. Procoal also has similar reviews here in the UK. I do prefer the gel and tray method myself and find it is less harsh on sensitive teeth. If this works for you then stick with it!

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  8. I have some activated charcoal powder that I sometimes brush my teeth with. I think it's pretty great. You can use it for so much more than brushing your teeth with :)
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  9. I've been using Procoal on a recommendation from my daughter - Ellis Woolley. It makes your teeth feel amazingly smooth. My only tip... keep a spare toothbrush in the shower and clean your teeth while having a shower, saves on all the black mess in the sink!

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