DIY NATURAL HOMEMADE TOOTHPASTE THAT DOESN'T TASTE LIKE DIRT

Ever wanted to brush your teeth minus the plastic tube? Or without the long list of toxic ingredients? Well, now you can! 

Ready to replace that toothpaste?

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Ingredients

1) Baking Soda                                                                                                     4 TBSP   

     Alkaline, neutralises acidity in your mouth.

     Non-toxic.

     Low abrasion.

2) Bentonite Clay                                                                                                 4 TBSP

   Alkaline, neutralises acidity in your mouth.

   Rich in minerals.

   Low abrasion.

3) Xylitol                                                                                                                 4 TBSP

Reduces bacteria that cause cavities.

Adds sweetness without the sugar!

4) Peppermint Essential Oil (optional, but recommended)                                                   25 DROPS

To give you that minty fresh feeling!

5) Water                                                                                                          2 or 3 TBSP

To create the texture of a paste.


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Method

1) Avoiding any metal utensils, simply stir all the dry ingredients together in a bowl.

2) Followed by the water.

3) Followed by the peppermint essential oil.

Add more or less water, depending on how thick you like that paste. 

And if you want to scale the recipe up or down, simply use equal parts of all dry ingredients and add water and peppermint to your liking! 

It's THAT simple. 

 

 

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Madeleine Vos 

Is working as an intern for Zero Waste Club, making some awesome DIY videos. She is here to help you make DIY products that will help you to reduce your waste.   


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