In a quest to green our lives and save more money, I have decided that when we run out of many of our personal hygiene products, I’m going to try my hardest to make the replacements myself. Here are the recipes I’ve concocted so far. When we ran out of toothpaste last week, I knew that I would be creating some of my own toothpaste. I have a couple recipes that I’ve been using, but Mr. Money wanted something more like commercial toothpaste, so the search was on. Enter this super simple toothpaste recipe.
–4 T. Baking Soda
–4 T. Vegetable Glycerin (I got mine at the grocery store in the pharmacy area, but you can get it from Amazon if you can’t find it locally.
–2/3 t. Salt (I used pink Himalayan sea salt)
–30 drops of Peppermint Essential oil (I got mine locally, but it’s on Amazon too)
–Container (I use an old toothpaste tube that I cut the end off)
–Toothpaste Tube Squeezer (Optional- keeps the toothpaste in the tube!)
Put it in a container or reuse a toothpaste tube, and use it to brush brush brush your teeth!
Do you use all natural toothpaste? Would you make your own?