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Public Good's Peppermint Toothpaste is newly improved to offer the best all-natural care for your teeth and gums. The new formula keeps your mouth feeling fresh all day long with a dual-grit abrasive that's tougher on plaque and surface stains. With added peppermint essential oil, it tastes better too and fights bad breath from morning until night. The formula doesn't include unnecessary additives commonly found in most toothpastes, like harsh foaming agents and fluoride, though it's every bit as effective.
DIY Remineralizing Toothpaste
7 · 15 minutes · Avoiding fluoride, glycerine, SLS, and other unsafe ingredients is super easy when you whip up this DIY remineralizing toothpaste recipe.
7 · 15 minutes · Avoiding fluoride, glycerine, SLS, and other unsafe ingredients is super easy when you whip up this DIY remineralizing toothpaste recipe.
Baking & Spices
- 2 tsp Baking soda
- 1/3 cup Xylitol
Oils & Vinegars
- 3/4 cup Coconut oil, virgin
- 48 drops Essential oil
- 3/4 cup Calcium powder
Toothpaste (Recyclable Tube with key) - Set of 3
Use the key to squeeze out all the paste before recycling this delicious and effective toothpaste! Get a discounted bundle set of 3, approximately 5 months of toothpaste for one person (based on WHO estimates for recommended toothpaste usage amounts). fluoride free sls free recyclable metal tube 98% usa origin ingredients premium natural essential oil flavoring proudly made in usa metal tube key included 5.25 oz / 149 g (3 tubes of 5.25 oz included, total of 15.75 oz) Peppermint Flavor: natural whitening / antiplaque / fresh breath (set of 3 tubes) Spearmint Flavor: natural whitening / antiplaque / fresh breath (set of 3 tubes) Herbal Citrus Mint Flavor: natural whitening / antiplaque / fresh breath (set of 3 tubes) Peppermint + Charcoal: pharma grade coconut charcoal > extra whitening (set of 3 tubes) About the Ingredients: Calcium Carbonate - Naturally sourced from the earth, our calcium carbonate is mined from a quarry in Pennsylvania and processed to meet the strictest purity standards. Calcium carbonate is used as a mild abrasive to assist with the brushing action to help reduce plaque, remove surface stains, and whiten & polish teeth. Purified Water - Used to blend ingredients and give texture. Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)- Used to neutralize the plaque forming acids in your mouth, remove surface stains, and whiten & polish teeth. Baking soda can be found as a naturally occurring compound, but is more frequently manufactured from other naturally derived materials. Baking soda can be produced by the reaction of carbon dioxide and soda ash, a naturally occurring mineral. Vegetable Glycerin - Used to moisten the mouth and enhance our essential oil flavoring. Also used as a preservative to keep the paste moist and to keep the ingredients from separating. Our glycerin is naturally derived from vegetable oils which undergo advanced processing (hydrolysis) to obtain a highly pure final food grade ingredient. Glycerin can also be derived from animal fats, however, we avoid using this type of glycerin in order to stay true to our definition of natural and commitment to cruelty free. Hydrated Silica - Naturally derived from silica, a common material that makes up about 12% of the earth's surface, used to help remove surface stains and whiten & polish teeth. Others often use low quality imported silica with large abrasive particles that can scratch or damage the enamel....Davids uses only the highest quality USA made hydrated silica with ultra fine microscopic particles designed to safely clean and polish the enamel on your teeth. Xylitol (birch derived)- a five-carbon sugar used as a sweetener. We use only a premium USA produced xylitol derived from birch trees, which is considered the best for both you and the environment. The birch tree fibers undergo advanced processing which creates a final product of crystalline birch xylitol which looks like sugar (altered from it's original state) but is commonly classified as a natural sweetener. Sodium Cocyl Glutamate - Alternative to Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). This ingredient is derived from coconut materials after going through advanced processing, and used to create a mild foaming action which helps suspends the other ingredients while brushing, helping the cleaning and whitening process. Carrageenan- Seaweed powder. Seaweed is hand harvested from the ocean, dried, and milled to a fine powder. When we add the water and other liquids to the seaweed powder, it creates a gel paste. Without seaweed powder (carrageenan), our toothpaste would have a syrup like consistency. There has been confusion about this ingredient because there is a NON FOOD GRADE version known as degraded Carrageenan (aka poligeenan) - formerly referred to as degraded carrageenan. Learn More Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil - We use a premium domestic essential oil of peppermint naturally sourced from mint leaves. Used to give our toothpaste a natural peppermint flavor, to kill the bacteria in your mouth and freshen breath. We developed a custom blend of ultra premium, USA produced, mint oils from various mint growing regions around the US to create a one of a kind mint flavor that is amazing! Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil - We use a premium domestic essential oil of spearmint naturally sourced from spearmint leaves. Used to compliment the peppermint flavor and freshen breath. Piminella Anisum (Anise) Seed Extract - Naturally sourced from the perennial herbal plant anise. Used to compliment the peppermint flavor and freshen breath. Gaultheria Procumbens (Wintergreen) Leaf Oil - We use a premium domestic essential oil of wintergreen naturally sourced from wintergreen leaves. Used to compliment the peppermint flavor and freshen breath. Stevia (Leaf Extract) - Derived from the stevia plant. Used as a natural sweetener and to further enhance the natural mint oil flavoring. (Toothbrushes not included)
Bohemian Tassel Necklace & Earrings Set - B2117-White
Bohemian Tassel Necklace Earrings Set Hand-woven Leather Earring Set Leather Rope Sweater Chain Women Clothing Jewelry Set Zinc alloy, in the world of jewellery, is one of the most popular jewellery making materials. Its popularity arises from its low cost, as well as its versatility. How to clean Get a soft-bristled toothbrush, apply a little toothpaste (non-gel) then gently clean your piece of jewellery. For the best results, allow the paste to lather before you apply the paste to your jewellery piece directly. Keep in mind that you might have to brush for longer if the metal has been discoloured for too long. (if you do not have a soft-bristled toothbrush at home, you really should check this product, only a few bucks can solve all your problems) Metals Type: Zinc AlloyOrigin: CN(Origin)3Pcs Women Style: Classic: jewellery setJewellery Sets Type: Necklace/Earrings
The juni Toothpaste Wringer
Metal tube wringer designed to make sure that you get every last bit of your toothpaste out.
Colgate Total Advanced Fresh + Whitening Gel Toothpaste - 5.1 Oz
Breakthrough Formula Stain Removal and Prevention for a Beautiful Smile Fights Bacteria on Teeth, Tongue, Cheeks and Gums for Whole Mouth Health Whitening Toothpaste, Helps Remove Surface Stains Helps Prevent Plaque, Tartar, Cavities & Gingivitis
Davids Spearmint Natural Toothpaste (5.25 oz) #10083597 - 5.25 oz
This natural whitening toothpaste fights plaque and freshens breath with high performance safe and clean ingredients. Natural spearmint oil create its refreshing flavor. David Premium Toothpaste is packaged in recyclable metal tubes and includes a metal tube key.
DIY all-natural TOOTHPASTE so good, you can brush aside the store-bought stuff and never miss it!
Still trying to find the perfect homemade toothpaste recipe? If you're trying to live self-sufficiently, you've probably attempted to make your own toothpaste before (or it's on your list of things to do). Toothpaste is just one of those things we can't seem to live without when we're striving to be self-reliant. But has it been hard to find a good recipe you're willing to stick with? Keep reading, because today you're about to discover something new! For me, making my own toothpaste was a necessity, as I kept having allergic reactions to the every-day brands. And no wonder! Commercial toothpastes are loaded with industrial chemicals (such as sodium lauryl sulfate) that should never touch the inside of a person's mouth! Even many "healthy" brands that cost double the price still contain questionable ingredients. I set to work. First, I tried recipes with a coconut oil base and baking soda (but they turned watery in my mouth and left a nasty mess in my sink and drain). Then I tried clay based recipes (but they tasted bitter and aggravated sensitive teeth and gums). So I started experimenting. My criteria for a good toothpaste recipe... I wanted my homemade toothpaste to perform the way I'd come to expect of toothpaste. It had to taste good. Not oily, not watery, not bitter, not salty. I wanted my toothpaste to foam, but with something natural, not an industrial detergent. My toothpaste had to contain only truly healthful ingredients. It had to feel like toothpaste in my mouth, and work effectively to clean. Now here's the good news: I believe today's recipe does all that! Even the bubbly foaming thing, thanks to a simple, completely natural "secret" ingredient. Now I'm going to share my recipe with you. What you will not find in my recipe: No sodium lauryl or laureth sulfates (which have been shown to cause mouth sores and even put you at risk for cancer) No preservatives No artificial colors or sweeteners No fluoride (which to many is a bad thing) No greasy coconut oil (which feels really weird to brush with and is messy) No bitter clays (which tastes bad and can make sensitive teeth hurt) Now read on for what you will find in my toothpaste recipe... How to make all-natural toothpaste... Most of these ingredients are available in your local grocery store, but I've provided links in case any of them are hard to find. (If you click a link and make a purchase, we receive a small commission--Thank you for supporting Farm Girl Inspirations :-) Also note, once you buy these ingredients, you will have enough to make approximately 4 batches of toothpaste (with several ingredients lasting much longer than that for future use in more toothpaste, or other products). INGREDIENTS Stage 1 1/4 cup filtered water 1/2 tablespoon arrow root (Find it HERE) (This is the secret to smooth-textured, foaming toothpaste)! Stage 2 7 tablespoons calcium carbonate, firmly packed (Find it HERE) 5 1/2 tablespoons xylitol (Find it HERE) * 3 tablespoons baking soda 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum (Find it HERE) 1 1/2 tablespoons + 1/2 teaspoon filtered water 1/2 teaspoon sweet almond oil (Find it HERE) 30 - 50 drops peppermint essential oil ** (amount will vary depending on brand and personal taste) Makes approximately 7.5 ounces. * Xylitol. This is an all-natural sweetener that is also known to have oral health benefits. (The link above leads to a brand that is non-GMO), ** Essential oils. If making toothpaste for children, you may want to reduce the amount of peppermint essential oil used. I like my toothpaste to make my mouth feel and taste fresh, but children may be sensitive and need less. (Another aside, if you're wondering why there's three kinds of essential oil pictured above, I had been experimenting with a combo of oils, before settling on simple peppermint :-) INSTRUCTIONS STAGE 1: Prepare the "secret ingredient": Arrowroot. Arrowroot is the magic that makes this homemade toothpaste steal the show! It's what gives the paste a smooth texture and consistency, and makes it foam just enough to feel the way we expect toothpaste to feel. In a small sauce pan, heat the arrowroot and water over medium-high heat, stirring constantly until thick and smooth. When done, pour into a small glass dish and place in the freezer to cool while you prepare the rest of the ingredients (or for about 10 minutes, but not long enough to freeze). Move to stage 2 while the arrowroot cools. Heat the arrowroot and water until thick then cool in the freezer for 10 minutes. STAGE 2: Prepare the paste. Place the first 4 dry ingredients in a medium bowl, and stir to combine. Measure the sweet almond oil and essential oils into a dish (in the photo below, I used a measuring cup because it was handy). Add the water to the oils. Now add the water and oil mixture to the dry mix, stirring as you pour. Mix with quick strokes until a stiff paste forms that looks like very thick butter-cream frosting. At first, the mix will appear very dry, and you may wonder how that small bit of moisture will ever make your paste wet enough. Don't worry. Just put some muscle into it, it will work. I use a rubber spatula to press and sort of knead the moisture into the mix, until it forms a stiff paste. When you add the arrowroot (next) your paste will turn out just right. Remove the dish of arrowroot from the freezer. Add it to the stiff paste, stirring briskly with whisking motions until smooth, sticky and slightly fluffy. Now it looks like toothpaste doesn't it! Smells good too. Put some on a toothbrush and give it a try! 1. Combine dry ingredients. 2. Stir to mix. 3. Add the water and oils. 4. Stir to a stiff paste. 5. Add the arrowroot mixture. 6. Stir until a smooth and sticky paste forms. How to store your toothpaste... I've tried several storage methods for my homemade toothpaste, from little glass jelly jars to cosmetic squeeze tubes that I purchased. Here are just a few storage ideas you can try: Plastic cosmetic tubes (as shown: I found some BPA-free tubes at a local Glory Bee store) Plastic food-grade, BPA-free condiment squeeze bottles, such as for katsup and mustard Glass jelly jars (if you do this, consider giving each family member his or her own jar, or use a small spoon or wooden paddle for dipping, to prevent the spread of germs) Any of these containers will work. It's up to you, based on your preferences. I'll offer a word of caution about using any kind of plastic storage, however. Having a squeezable container is nice and very convenient with toothpaste, but storing something made with essential oil in plastic could be risky. Over time, essential oils can leach chemicals from plastic into your product. I don't know how quickly this can happen, or if you would use your toothpaste up before this became a problem. For me, once I learned of this potential risk, I've since gone back to using glass jelly jars. Squeezing my toothpaste wasn't as important to me as keeping it toxin-free. What's been the best and the worst of your experiences making homemade toothpaste? I'd love to hear your story... Until next time... Joy--Fearless Farm Girl, "Farm girl: it's a verb, because it's what you do." SUBSCRIBE BY EMAIL Like what you're reading? Stay inspired to achieve a more simple, self-reliant way of life. Sign up to receive our newsletter and each new post directly in your inbox! CLICK HERE to subscribe! Disclaimer: The information shared in this post is for educational purposes only, and is not meant to take the place of your dentist's professional care and advice. If you use this toothpaste recipe, it is with the understanding that you do so at your own risk. Disclosure: The links within this post are affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, we receive a small percentage in commissions from the company you buy from. We value you as a reader and want you to know that the products we link to are only products we use ourselves or that we feel will add value to your life. Thank you for supporting Farm Girl Inspirations! To read our full disclosure statement click here. Recommended products for making toothpaste: Other related posts: Best DIY ROLL-ON DEODORANT: Stop the stink for up 48 hours, no joke! 10 Super effective, all-natural SUNBURN REMEDIES (from stuff you probably have at home). DIY LAVENDER FIZZY BATH SALTS: Nature's perfect remedy for much more than sore muscles. DIY vanilla-bean SUGAR SCRUB: Feel the youth emerge in your skin! DIY pink lemonade LIP BALM: Fast and easy to make.
DIY Natural Toothpaste — Maple Alps
You probably remember my last post about toothpaste , where I told about the dangers of commercial toothpaste and had tried to make my own for a few months just to see how it would be. Well, consider this a sort of update, because I now use a new recipe. I’ll tell you why and what happened. This
Sensodyne Extra Whitening Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth, Cavity Prevention and Sensitive Teeth Whitening - 4 Oz
One 4 oz tube of Sensodyne Extra Whitening Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth, Cavity Prevention and Sensitive Teeth Whitening Teeth whitening sensitive toothpaste that gently polishes away surface stains for a whiter smile Builds a soothing layer around the nerves, providing 24 hour sensitivity protection and relief Anticavity toothpaste that offers the same benefits of regular toothpaste, leaving you with fresh breath and healthier teeth Formulated to reduce tartar build-up for cleaner, smoother teeth Leaves you with a pleasant taste and fresh breath Enjoy effective teeth whitening for sensitive teeth by using this toothpaste twice a day