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I Is Moon Dust Tooth Powder Safe for Enamel?
Moon Dust Tooth Powder has been independently Laboratory tested, to ensure its safety on enamel. We sent our Tooth Powder to the US to be tested to conform to the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) for Dentifrices. The lab conducted an American Dental Association standard RDA test My Moon Dust Tooth Powder – received a value of 148, and a pH level of 6.99. Lab results will be made available on request. These results mean that My Moon Dust has a low abrasivity as not to harm the enamel and a high pH to make it safe to use. We are dedicated to delivering a great product that is safe for our family and yours.
How often should i use it?
You could use it everyday or once a week its up to you. In the evening is a good time maybe night time would be a great start and see how you go. If you want to focus on Whitening your teeth you could brush each day for a few weeks and then once a week for maintenance. See how you feel.
Will MoonDust removed stains on my teeth?
By brushing at least once per day for at least 2 mins, you will see stains from things like coffee, tea, wine and yellowing from certain foods start to be removed. Sounds interesting doesn’t it, using something black on you teeth? give it a try and see for yourself. We would love to see your results and post them on our website. Email me at email@example.com with your results.
Is it safe for kids?
This is exactly why i made the Moon Dust, my kids have been using since they started brushing their teeth, Check out Our Story to learn more.
Is Moon Dust Safe to swallow?
Yes another reason why we made this, We found that children often swallow tooth paste as they are learning to brush their teeth. The ingredients are all food grade and safe to swallow however we do not recommend swallowing and but instead used just to brush teeth.
Is it Dentist approved?
Yes ! it was actually Our Dentist that encouraged me to make this a product for everyone to use and have something safe and non toxic to offer their patients.
Are the ingredients safe when pregnant or breastfeeding?
I would happily use the tooth powder when pregnant or breastfeeding but as we are all different i would recommend if you have any concerns to consult your GP. We have read that cloves and cinnamon essential oils should not be used when pregnant but we used the ground spices for our tooth powder.
Is this tooth powder Organic?
Our Clove and Cinnamon is Certified organic. Activated charcoal is a carbon and can not be certified organic it is food grade and safe to ingest, the bentonite clay is formed from volcanic ash and can not be certified organic it is also food grade and safe to ingest. Our Xylitol is the highest quality Xylitol available, and it is derived for non-GMO corncob, an environmentally sustainable source.
Will it help with cavities
Although i cant claim that it can help, I have selected the ingredients based on what they can do for our teeth. For example Xylitol helps to neutralise the PH level in the mouth which would reduce the acid attack. Bentonite clay is remineralising and also draws out toxins. Check out a full description of the all the ingredients Here
Will it foam up?
No it will not foam up there are no chemicals to cause foaming. It may be a little bit unusual if you are tying a tooth powder for the first time, i encourage you to stick with it and if its not for you thats cool but finding a natural tooth cleaner free from chemical and nasties stuff that you just don’t need in your mouth would be great. Im guessing if you are wanting to give it a try you are starting to notice that we have so many unnecessary chemical in our lives. Check out www.glowingwithhealth.com to find more recipes and natural alternatives to everyday products.
Will there be charcoal residue in my mouth?
I use a tough scrapper after brushing especially in the morning ! I also rinse my brush and do an extra brush to help remove any extra charcoal. I rinse my mouth out with mouth wash after i brush. Check out this video for full instructions
Will it whiten my teeth?
Moon Dust has Activate Charcoal and Bentonite Clay both ingredients are know to remove stains from teeth from things like red wine, coffee and from smoking. Your teeth will not become whiter than your natural white. Its is a great alternative to the chemical whiteners on the market
Moon Dust is a cosmetic product, not a medical therapeutic
Why do you use glass jars?
We are conscious of the environment and avoid plastic in our home and wanted to share a product that we wold use ourselves. We use glass so the jars will last for your refills and can easily be recycled. We are looking in to how we can change the plastic lid and will change as soon as we find a great alternative. Our labels are made with recycled paper and the inks are vegetable based.
It was a month of gentle goodbyes to Spring, as the days become warmer and longer and Summer finally beckons. A month of playing with soft sweet smelling lilac, and beautiful bold peonies, in my studio for styling opportunities, as I stretched my throwing skills further and experimented with new colour palettes with my porcelain slip casting.
How do you work?
I am lucky enough to have a beautiful studio in the heart of Edinburgh. My studio is in a large building with over 50 artists. This has been a real advantage to my practice as I work in an enriching environment with painters, weavers, jewelers, print-makers as well as other ceramicists. This has fed my creativity and given me the confidence to incorporate other disciplines like printmaking and sculpture into my work. I don't do detailed drawings, preferring to scribble initial ideas into my sketchbook but finalizing my designs in clay. I'm not a morning person and love nothing better than settling down in my studio, with Radio 4 playing in the background, and working late into the evening
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My work changed dramatically about 15 years ago. I used to make very richly decorated lustrous caskets inspired by Medieval reliquaries, but one day almost overnight I realized I had reached the end of the road with that work. I had had enough of colour and just stopped. I packed away all my glazes and lustres, ordered some samples of porcelain clay and started afresh. In hindsight it seems a rash thing to do but I have never regretted it.
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