A white smile makes us younger and healthier, but if you are suspicious of bleaching preparations, try to make yourself a paste that will brush your teeth in just one minute. A healthy smile is what we all want, but sometimes it is not easy to achieve what we want. But if you try hard enough, you can get there. Here are some simple tips and recipes from www.fonthilldentist.comthat will help you transform your toothbrushing habits.

In a small bowl, mix:

2 tablespoons baking soda

1 tsp dried, finely ground sage

Half a spoonful of sea salt

15-20 drops of essential oil of peppermint

If desired, a couple of drops of artificial sweeteners

After brushing your teeth with a standard paste, dip the brush into this mixture and brush for another minute, then rinse.

Sage is traditionally used in many cultures for the maintenance of tooth health and bleaching. Sodium bicarbonate polishes and removes stains, and peppermint refreshes the breath. Peppermint oil also has an antiseptic and antibacterial effect. After all, the salt is also full of healthy minerals, which especially help with sensitive gums. As a result, you will get a healthy smile for a wonderful spring!

If you love to make your own cosmetics yourself then you will like this tutorial for making a home-made toothpaste.

In the first option use baking soda, because it removes plaque and stains from coffee, tea, wine; coconut oil because it has antibacterial properties and prevents accumulation of deposits; active coal (it seems weird that you use something so black to wash your teeth, but it really works. Read more about activated carbon in the text Active Coal – an ancient miraculous powder).

First recipe:

Dip two tablespoons of coconut oil and add two tablespoons of baking soda. Mix well all the time – until the soda is dissolved. Dissolve one active oil capsule and add the contents to the mixture of soda and coconut oil. Mix and add 4 to 5 drops of peppermint oil. Add some natural sweetener if you use it.

Let it harden. Use just like any other toothpaste.

Powdered toothpaste

This toothpaste is not a paste, it looks like dust, but it is effective in cleaning teeth.

2 spoons of bentonite clay
2 tablespoons baking soda
1 teaspoon of dry, milled sage
Ā½ teaspoons of fine sea salt
20-30 drops of essential oil of peppermint
1 spoon of Stevia or sweetener on request (not required)

Put all the ingredients in the jar and mix well – all together. Apply the powder to your toothbrush and rub just like when using a simple paste.

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