Whether you're looking to whiten teeth without harsh bleach, needing a new flavor, or wanting to help ease a cavity, we've got a homemade toothpaste recipe for you. Check out these options below for DIY toothpaste recipes that fit every taste, budget, and allergy.
These toothpaste recipes may not be the most beautiful Pinterest worthy recipes you've every seen, but they are pretty darn awesome!
So if you've been wanting to make your own natural toothpaste, look no further. Perhaps you discovered that the ingredients in toothpaste are just not good for you. Or you're looking for a flouride free toothpaste.
I am certain you will find the perfect toothpaste recipe for you and your family below. If you like the idea of squeezable toothpaste, these GoToobs are pretty popular for storing your homemade toothpaste.
Now on to the recipes!
Homemade Whitening Toothpaste Recipes
Black toothpaste that whitens your teeth? Yup. Ditch the harsh chemicals and give this a try!
If the black weirds you out too much, here's a white tooth-whitening paste.
Bentonite Clay Toothpaste Recipes
Love Earthpaste but either can't swallow the price or can't find it in your store? Make your own and custom flavors for every family member.
So often, DIY toothpaste is thick, and best used from a jar. Check out this recipe that has a squeezable texture and find out which tubes are easy to use.
If you're having trouble deciding what flavor you'd like, this one has lots of options of EOs, plus tips on different carrier oils to use based on your preference or allergies.
A big benefit to DIY toothpaste is that it's generally safe to swallow. Perfect for kiddos – just make sure you're using kid-safe essential oils. This recipe has a perfect anti-bacterial blend.
Remineralizing Toothpaste Recipes
This recipe adds extra ingredients that just might help remineralize your teeth. Not all dentists believe this claim, but it certainly can't hurt!
It might be brown, but it's good for your teeth. You'll love it so much you'll get used to the color – and check out the neat non-plastic toothbrush that's recommended.
If you like to “wing” your recipes, this one is perfect. Customize your amount based on your family size with this perfect ratio-based recipe.
Remineralizing Tooth Powder Recipes
DIY tooth”paste” that's a powder? Yup – looks like it'd make a pretty gift to show people you care about their teeth. Learn what each colored powder is and why it's beneficial to your teeth.
Remineralizing your teeth calls for certain ingredients and avoiding even some natural sweeteners. Make your own toothpowder that's safe for kids.
Homemade Toothpaste for Kids
Depending on the extract you use, this one even takes on a bit of a pink color. Kids love fun things like this.
This one is super simpe and super delicious. I'm sure adults will love this fun flavor, too!
Besides “spicy” flavors, kids are sometimes sensitive to other ingredients. Check out the tips in this post for transitioning your kids to natural toothpastes without a big fuss.
Kids don't always like mint, claiming it's spicy. Give them a fun flavor that's their favorite and they'll be happy to brush their teeth!
Take personal care into your own hands!
Now that you know you can make your own toothpaste, why stop there!? You can reduce your exposure to toxic chemicals by making your own, natural personal care products. From soaps and cleansers to deodorant and body powders, you can make them all right at home!
What will you try next?