Homemade Natural Whitening Toothpaste Recipe

Make-Your-Own-Tooth-Whitening-Paste-with-Before-and-After-Photos-at-Mom-4-Real-BlogI’ve been contemplating whitening my teeth for some time now, but haven’t for two reasons. First, it’s really expensive. I mean, $40? I can think of so many other things I could buy with 40 bucks! The second thing, I just can’t get past all of the yucky chemicals that I can’t pronounce, so I move on. A couple of weeks ago, I decided to make my own homemade natural whitening toothpaste recipe and see if it worked. I’m a coffee and tea drinker, and my teeth weren’t horribly stained, but not really white either.  I had my doubts about the outcome, but man…it worked! WHOOP! I can’t tell  you how great the timing is for this since I am not only going to a blog conference next week, but I’m also speaking. Here is what I used for my whitening paste…

Homemade Whitening Toothpaste Supplies

I mixed 1/4 cup of baking soda, 1/3 cup of hydrogen peroxide and 12 drops of Peppermint Essential Oils. The peppermint is an added bonus. It not only makes the toothpaste taste better, but has extra whitening properties. If you don’t have the peppermint oil, it’s totally okay to skip that ingredient, but I love it so much better with it!

How to make homemade whitening toothpaste

I mixed the ingredients together and stored them in a small ball jar.

Make Your Own Whitening Toothpaste - Before and After Photo

I brushed my teeth with this mixture 3 times each week for two minutes each time, and these were the results. Please excuse my teeny tiny lips ;)

I do not recommend brushing your teeth with this mixture more than that because the baking soda is an abrasive, but definitely has teeth cleaning properties.

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The Peppermint Essential Oil from Young Living has so many other benefits as well!  If you are interested in learning more about Young Living Essential Oils or joining my team, please email me, HERE! I have used many of these oils to make my own cleaning supplies, home remedies and to keep my home fresh, allergy free and my family healthy…I LOVE THEM!

How to make your own whitening toothpaste

If you are sharing your whitening toothpaste with others, I recommend using spoon to scoop the paste onto your toothbrush.

Happy teeth whitening!

 

 

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  1. says

    Wow, it worked so well! I want to try it out soon:) Maybe before vacation in May.


  2. Mary Ginno says

    My ‘paste’ ended up seperating so I had baking soda on bottom and hydrogen peroxide on top….are the amounts correct?

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