Pearlcium Skin and Tooth Care

Pearlcium Skin and Tooth Care

You can pamper your skin and teeth with the following fun Pearlcium remedies: 1. Pearlcium skin powder Wouldn’t you love the skin that glows like a pearl? Simply use a makeup brush to spread Pearlcium powder directly and evenly onto your skin. You’ll notice that Pearlcium almost instantly “melts” into your complexion and gives it a shimmering, rich, and lively look. 2. Pearlcium cream Here’s a simple way to improve the beauty-enhancing capacity of your current facial cream many, many times over. Add 1 to 4 capsules of Pearlcium powder to 1 ounce of your favorite facial cream. Mix thoroughly, apply, and see if your skin doesn’t love it! 3. Pearlcium moisturizer Reduce sun spots and other signs of aging, by making your own Pearlcium moisturizer with fresh ingredients right from your garden. Feeding your skin with fresh “food” is simply fantastic. Just mix 1 to 4 capsules of Pearlcium powder thoroughly with 1 tablespoon of aloe vera juice and a teaspoon of lemon juice, then massage into clean skin. 4. Pearlcium mask Give your skin an anti-aging treat. Combine 1 to 4 capsules of Pearlcium powder with 1 tablespoon avocado, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, and 1 teaspoon honey in a small container. Mix thoroughly until smooth. Apply to your washed face, neck, and any other body area. Rinse with warm water and pat dry. Your skin will be so thankful for this nectar of nourishment. 5. Pearlcium for Healthier, Stronger, Whiter Teeth Now you can tune-up your teeth, just like royalty used to do! Simply put your toothpaste on your toothbrush like you normally do, then sprinkle Pearlcium powder on top or dip your toothpaste in the Pearlcium powder. Voila! Now you can brush your way to a healthier, brighter smile.

Getting That Pearly Smile

Getting That Pearly Smile

There are few things that cut across language and culture barriers like a smile. Humans seem incurably drawn to smiles. One of the first things babies recognize is their mother’s smile. A recent study by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry found that nine out of ten adults believe a bright, white smile is the key to social success. Three-fourths of their polling group felt that an unattractive smile could even harm your career. Regardless of whether you are trying to impress your baby or your boss, a bright smile is certainly important. Ancient Mayans certainly knew the importance of a bright smile, too. In fact, historians found that the Mayans might have used more advanced ways to achieve brighter smiles than us. In Mayan ruins, archaeologists discovered human teeth that were more than 2,000 years old, which had pearl fillings in the cavities. To their amazement, the pearl filling grew and fused together with the teeth to form a seamless, cavity free tooth structure! In 1999, a group of French scientists decided to investigate pearl filings as compared with empty cavities and with cavities patched with the normal acrylic polymer filling used by dentists, which is called PMMA. They found that the pearl tooth filling induced the production of layers of newly formed bone adjacent to the implanted pearl filling and furthermore the bone surrounding the cavity actually became stronger. There was no new bone formation in the empty cavities or in those filled with PMMA.1 In fact, they discovered that PMMA actually causes necrosis (cell death) of the surrounding bone cells. It also changes bone architecture and causes a  significant reduction in bone formation and mineralization. Astonishingly, the tooth filling material used by dentists today is put to shame in comparison to the Pearl tooth fillings the Mayans used over two millennia ago! These French scientists developed a dental root substitute made of natural mother-of-pearl. They found that pearl makes an exceptional dental root substitute that matches the biological properties of our natural bone.2 The date of commercialized pearl tooth-filling still remains unknown. However, you may be able to enhance your smile now with pearl powder. Over thousands of years, Chinese Royalty took pearl powder internally and externally brushed their teeth with it for stronger and whiter teeth. You may want to try to do the same and give the royal treatment for your teeth and a brighter “pearly” smile.