All-Natural Homemade Toothpaste Recipe


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This all-natural homemade toothpaste recipe is made with just four simple ingredients that are good for both your body and your bank account! Ditch the toxic ingredients in store-bought toothpaste and make your own toothpaste at home with all-natural ingredients and essential oils. #homemadetoothpaste #diytoothpaste #naturaltoothpaste #coconutoiltoothpasteThis all-natural homemade toothpaste recipe is made with just four simple ingredients that are good for both your body and your bank account!

I’m on a personal mission to replace every commercially-made, toxic product in our home with homemade, all-natural alternatives. One-by-one, I’m getting closer every day.

It all began when I started making my own candles a few years ago. Next I learned how to make body butter, sugar scrubs, bath salts, hair wax and more, until last month I finally tried making my own toothpaste.

I’d thought about DIY-ing our toothpaste for quite a while, ever since I learned that commercial toothpaste is not only unnecessary, but is also filled with artificial flavours, dyes and toxic ingredients that should never enter the human body, even if they do get spit right out!

 

Dangerous Ingredients in Commercial Toothpaste

Here are a few of the toxic ingredients you can find in commercially-produced toothpaste…

 

Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate

A foaming agent that has been linked to skin irritation, canker sores and even interference with the way your taste buds function. “SLS” has also been known to be contaminated with known carcinogens like ethylene oxide and 1,4-dioxane which may cause cancer in humans.

 

Triclosan

Classified as a pesticide by the Environmental Protection Agency. Linked to thyroid imbalances, resistance to antibiotics and is a possible cancer-causing carcinogen. 

 

Artificial Colours & Synthetic Sweeteners

Commercial toothpaste is full of artificial colours like Blue No. 2, which has been linked to ADD and hyperactivity in children, and synthetic sweeteners like Aspartame, which has been linked to everything from headaches and depression to weight gain and heart disease.

 

Fluoride

While fluoride can help to fight tooth decay by strengthening enamel, the health risks of ingesting too much fluoride span the gamut from headaches and diarrhea to thyroid problems to neurological problems to infertility. In reality, fluoride is a by-product of aluminum manufacturing that can also be found in pesticides. Yummy.

So ya, suffice it to say that I’ve been wanting to switch to a toothpaste with safer, all-natural ingredients for some time, and while I have tried a couple all-natural commercial brands such as Tom’s of Maine and Young Living’s Thieves-brand Toothpaste, those store-bought natural toothpastes are way too expensive for us to afford on any regular basis. So I went with the only option I had left, and I made my own.

 

How to Make Your Own Homemade Toothpaste

Making homemade toothpaste is surprisingly quick and easy, plus it costs just a few cents per batch!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • coconut oil
  • baking soda
  • Stevia (or xylitol) 
  • essential oils (clove, cinnamon, peppermint and/or spearmint)
  • small jar (a Mason jar works great!)

 

What to Do

  1. Melt coconut oil until it liquifies or becomes soft enough that you can easily mix it together with the other ingredients. You can do this in the microwave in a microwave-safe glass bowl or measuring cup, or in a double boiler on the stove.
  2. Once coconut oil is melted, add the baking soda and Stevia and stir well to combine. Finally, add up to 40 drops of essential oils (I like to add 20 drops of clove oil and 20 drops of either cinnamon or peppermint). You can use less essential oils (or none at all if you don’t mind having a bland toothpaste), but the oils do add a nice flavour, like you’d expect from a store-bought toothpaste, and they also have some of their own health benefits, which I’ll go over below.
  3. Stir well to blend in the essential oils, then pour or spoon mixture into a jar and let cool. I like to put my toothpaste in the fridge to help it cool more quickly so that the ingredients won’t have as much time to settle and separate. I usually give it a stir every 10-15 minutes or so as it’s cooling in order to make sure it doesn’t separate.

Once the toothpaste mixture has solidified, it’s ready to use! You can keep it in your bathroom and either dip your toothbrush into the mixture or spoon it onto your toothbrush using a small spoon or popsicle stick. Use roughly the same amount of this homemade toothpaste as you would store-bought toothpaste.

* Note: If it’s warm where you live, you might need to keep your toothpaste in the fridge so that it doesn’t melt. Coconut oil melts at 76ºF (24ºC).

 

Benefits of making all-natural toothpaste at home

When you make your own toothpaste at home, you’re not only avoiding the unhealthy additives found in most commercial toothpastes, you’re actually substituting ingredients with proven health benefits when it comes to oral health.

 

Coconut Oil for Healthy Teeth

Coconut oil is already renowned for being a powerhouse ingredient in food, but it’s no different when it comes to toothpaste.

Coconut oil “pulling” (the process of swishing coconut oil around in your mouth for a few minutes) gained popularity over the past few years, and for good reason. Coconut oil is thought to decrease plaque, whiten teeth and kill bad bacteria that can lead to tooth decay. It’s also an antioxidant and is anti-inflammatory and helps to maintain the proper PH balance in your mouth, which unfortunately can’t be said for some commercial whitening brands.

 

Baking Soda in Toothpaste

Baking soda could be used on its own as a toothpaste if you could stand the powdery texture and slightly salty taste. Like coconut oil, it’s also renowned as a whitener and has even been used in well-known commercial brands of toothpaste due to its natural whitening properties. 

Baking soda is also an abrasive, which is great for removing plaque and scrubbing teeth clean!

 

Stevia/Xylitol

Both Stevia and xylitol are plant-based artificial sweeteners with no known side effects or dangers to human health. While neither of these sweeteners is harmful to dental or physical human health, xylitol has actually been shown to slow tooth decay and reduce gum disease. 

 

Essential Oils in Homemade Toothpaste

While essential oils aren’t necessary, they add a familiar “minty” flavour to homemade toothpaste and have additional oral health benefits. 

Clove oil, for example, is often associated with oral health. It has antiviral, antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and can help to reduce toothache pain, protect teeth and gums from harmful bacteria and fight bad breath all at the same time.

Peppermint oil is another very effective killer of bad bacteria and one of the best natural breath fresheners around. 

Cinnamon oil has potent antimicrobial properties that help combat tooth decay and gum disease.

Spearmint oil is a strong antiseptic and is recognized as being a KidSafe oil, meaning it can be used in place of peppermint oil in toothpaste meant for kiddos. 

  • Note: You should reduce amount of essential oil to 20 total drops per jar of homemade toothpaste when the toothpaste is intended for use by children. 

Full disclosure: My two-and-a-half-year-old daughter Evelyn has been using my cinnamon toothpaste and, to my pleasant surprise, she actually really likes it! While I technically shouldn’t recommend using essential oils orally on children as young as this, we personally have had no issues or ill effects from using this toothpaste on our own little one. It is, however, my legal obligation to recommend that you always talk to your doctor before using essential oils in homemade toothpaste made for young children, and to test a very small amount the first time to see if your child has any type of reaction.

So if you’re also on a mission to rid your own home of toxic products and replace them with healthy, all-natural versions that actually work, then I highly recommend whipping up a batch of this all-natural homemade toothpaste.

I’ve been using this toothpaste (and nothing else) for over a month now and my teeth feel as clean as ever (and no bad breath either!). This is truly one of those homemade products that I would be quite happy to continue using indefinitely, which means one less toxin-filled commercial product on my shelves at home and one more thing I never have to buy from the store again.

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Wishing you health, wealth and squeaky clean teeth… The all-natural way;)

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This all-natural homemade toothpaste recipe is made with just four simple ingredients that are good for both your body and your bank account! Ditch the toxic ingredients in store-bought toothpaste and make your own toothpaste at home with all-natural ingredients and essential oils. #homemadetoothpaste #diytoothpaste #naturaltoothpaste #coconutoiltoothpaste

All-Natural Homemade Toothpaste Recipe

Yield: approx. 1/4 cup

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Melt the coconut oil in the microwave or in a double boiler until it either liquifies or is soft enough to mix in the other ingredients.
  2. Add the baking soda and Stevia to the melted coconut oil and stir to combine. Then add the essential oil(s) and stir until all ingredients are well-combined.
  3. Pour or spoon mixture into a small jar (a 4oz Mason jar works great) and let cool completely. For best results, place toothpaste in the fridge while cooling to speed up the process and stir once every 10-15 minutes to keep ingredients from separating.

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14 Comments

  1. Jane Apio

    Thanks for these inspiring recipes. will certainly try.

    Reply
  2. Cheryl

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. I have heard that you should not put coconut oil down the drain as it will clog up the sink?? But to spit in the garbage can?? Interested in what your research is on this.. Also I was thinking that a squeeze bottle, like for using condiments (eg).. might work well to just squeeze it on the toothbrush.. thanks again for sharing all that you learn with us!!! Congratulations!! On your sweet baby addition!!

    Reply
    • Anna Sakawsky

      Hi Cheryl,

      I haven’t had any issues spitting it down the sink but I could see how it might be a problem over time, especially in cold pipes where it could solidify and create a blockage. You could certainly spit it in the garbage to be safe.

      For similar reasons, I’m not sure how well this would work in a squeeze tube. It tends to solidify more than a standard toothpaste so might not be as easy to squeeze out.

      Thank you for the congratulations! I’m taking the time to respond to comments and emails right now as I nurse him. I’m no longer my own boss! Lol

      Reply
  3. Linda Capra

    I feel so fortunate to have found your website! I have been searching for various diy essential oil recipes like this one, body butters, sugar scrubs, etc. and here I find everything I need. So many websites will over complicate recipes or have you using a few different stand alone oils with a blend added too that has to be bought separately. What is the point to make diy products if you need to add a blend. Thank you for this. I will be back for sure.

    Reply
    • Ashley Constance

      So happy to hear this, Linda! I’ll pass your kind words along to Anna. Enjoy!

      -Ashley, Assistant

      Reply
  4. Lola

    Making it with spearmint is my fave. This recipe is great! I have been making a similar recipe for years and I never ever get cavities. So much better than the commercial toothpastes out there with their toxic ingredients! I also use Dentitox (https://bit.ly/HappyHealthySmile) for my gums and my teeth and its an amazing complement to my DIY toothpaste. This recipe rocks!

    Reply
  5. Deepa's Review

    Thank you for the homemade toothpaste recipe you have given me and I will hear this recipe for the first time and this is my first time.

    Thanks for sharing great stuff.

    Reply
  6. Jacquie Robichaud

    I’m just wondering what essential oils you are using. It was my understanding that the essential oils from most companies are not to be consumed.

    Reply
    • Anna Sakawsky

      Hi Jacquie,

      I use Plant Therapy essential oils. While it can be dangerous to ingest essential oils, they are okay in toothpaste in the amounts suggested so long as you spit the toothpaste out.

      Reply
  7. Akash

    Hey Anna, thanks for sharing such a helpful recipe. Also information related to commercial toothpaste was eye-opening!

    Reply
    • Anna Sakawsky

      No problem! I’ve been really impressed with how well it’s been working for me (and a little horrified at what’s actually in store-bought toothpaste) so I had to share. Let me know what you think if you make some yourself!

      Reply
  8. Lynda Lu Gibb

    I would consider cleaning out a used toothpaste tube, by cutting it at the bottom, filling it with this wonderful homemade paste, then sealing it.. possibly with hot glue or a clamp of some kind. I was wondering if you tried something like that already?

    Reply
    • Anna Sakawsky

      That would be a good idea. We just use a 4oz Mason jar (because there’s nothing you can’t use a Mason jar for, right? 😉

      Reply
    • Becky Matheny

      I liked your idea and tried it. I cut an end off a Tom’s t-paste tube and filled it with this toothpaste. I hot glued the end of the tube closed. Great concept, but it didn’t stay closed well, maybe the fault of the glue? I use a 4 oz jar.

      Reply

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