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Using Activated Charcoal, coconut oil & Bentonite Clay
Flavourless, 30g


My Magic Mud is a 100% natural whitening tooth powder made from activated charcoal and bentonite clay. It cleans, polishes, whitens, and detoxes your teeth! After using our revolutionary formula, your teeth will feel polished and clean as if you had just visited the dentist. Although this unique product is black in colour, it is flavourless in taste. Our “mud” is safe for all ages to use and the ingredients are so natural you could swallow them!


My Magic Mud Tooth Powder is the leading alternative to conventional teeth whiteners, which are frequently reported to tarnish the enamel and cause harm to the gums. This blend has been lab-tested to ensure that it is safe for your enamel and will not cause sensitivity. The high pH level will kill cavity-causing bacteria and can even eliminate “dragon” breath. In fact, countless customer testimonials suggest that regular use has actually reversed their tooth and gum sensitivity while boosting their oral health. Our carefully selected ingredients will make your smile brighter, and your mouth happier

My Magic Mud Whitening Tooth Powder

AU$28.45 Regular Price
AU$22.76Sale Price

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  • Why you should choose My Magic Mud Whitening Tooth

    • A healthier choice for you
    • Cleans and protects teeth
    • NO foaming agents
    • NO GMOs
    • NO Glycerine
    • NO fluoride
    • NO toxic ingredients
    • NO fluoride 
    • NO Triclosan
    • NO Gluten
    • Cruelty free
    • Vegan

  • Ingredients:

    Activated Coconut Shell Charcoal (supplement grade), Calcium Bentonite Clay (made with Living Clay) (supplement grade), Certified Organic Orange Peel Extract Powder, Wildcrafted Mint Extract Powder

    5 Reasons you need My Magic Mud Whitening Toothpaste
    1. Like us,you’re a health nut.
    2. You have sensitive teeth and gums.
    3. You love coffee, wine, or the occasional smoke.
    4. You simply want whiter teeth.
    5. You’re done with toxic chemicals in toothpaste.

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