So you want to learn how to make toothpaste? Well, before you get out your rubber gloves, beakers and flasks–relax! It’s actually a lot easier than you think. I’ve gathered a collection of my favorite natural toothpaste recipes so you can learn how to make toothpaste that keeps your teeth and gums healthy and strong–without any nasty ingredients!
These natural toothpaste recipes utilize natural ingredients like coconut oil, baking soda and bentonite clay to clean teeth and nourish the gums.
Several of them were designed to be squeezable and even kid-tested so you know your little ones will be comfortable using their new homemade toothpaste.
Here are some of my favorite recipes I’ve found during my research for how to make toothpaste:
How to Make Toothpaste: 7 Natural Toothpaste Recipes
#1 – All Natural Homemade Toothpaste from Thank Your Body
#2 – Homemade Remineralizing & Whitening Toothpaste Recipe from Weed ’em and Reap
#3 – Homemade Squeezable Toothpaste from Homemade Mommy
#4 – Homemade Diatomaceous Earth Toothpaste from It’s a Love/Love Thing
#5 – Kid-Friendly Squeezable Homemade Toothpaste from Veggie Converter
#6 – DIY all-natural whitening + remineralizing toothpaste from Body Unburdened
#7 – Homemade Chemical-Free Kid Toothpaste from Live Simply
Did you get inspired about how to make toothpaste? Which recipe are you going to try first?
I sure hope you enjoyed these how-to recipes!
If you’re in for more natural tooth care ideas, you can also find some interesting (and some weird) natural toothpaste alternatives HERE. Or read about an old-fashioned brushing techniques that really gets your teeth clean HERE. If you want to keep in touch, don’t forget to join my email newsletter!
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Elizabeth is the founder and creative director at The Nourished Life. Her mission is to help people find a more balanced (less stressful!) approach to living a happy, healthy life. Read more about Elizabeth here.