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Homemade Coconut Oil Toothpaste

Homemade Toothpaste


3 Tablespoons Baking Soda
2 Tablespoons Coconut Oil
1/2 packet of Stevia
30 drops Peppermint Essential Oil


1. Gather ingredients and put Baking Soda and Stevia in a small bowl. ingredients
2. Add coconut oil and Peppermint Essential Oil. coconut oil
3. Fold ingredients together.
(At first it didn’t seem like the ingredients were going to combine, don’t worry they will just keep folding!)
mixing toothpaste
4. Once you have a creamy consistency transfer to a resealable air tight container. Store in bathroom at room temperature. homemade toothpaste

TIP: Essential oils can vary in strength depending on type and brand, so I suggest adding a few drops at a time and testing the toothpaste to get the desired strength you prefer.

This recipe is not like traditional toothpaste so it may take some getting used to. After brushing my teeth for the first time I could tell a difference. My teeth felt much smoother and clean. The smell however is not strong like that of traditional toothpaste. It leaves a more neutralized smell with a hint of peppermint.

I came across many different types of toothpaste recipes with all different ingredients. I wanted to know why and how these ingrediates were used and I thought you might like to also so I have listed what I found below:

I found this recipe online at Tammy’s Recipes and pinned it to my DIY Natural Beauty products board on pinterest! Come follow me on pinterest?

Try this recipe and let us know what you think in the comments below. Do you have any favorite recipe you’d like to share? We’d love to hear about it in the comments below!

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5 Responses to “Homemade Coconut Oil Toothpaste”

  1. Sue says:

    Hi there,

    We recently featured your article on a blog post titled ’top 31 amazing things to make with coconut oil’

    You can find it here:

    Please share if it’s ok with you! I’ve also sent you an email about this via the contact page!

  2. Carolyn says:

    The toothpaste I currently use advertises its high amount of xylitol (a sugar alcohol) for its enamel-strengthening properties. What do you think of using xylitol instead of stevia in this recipe?

    • admin says:

      I do not have any experience with xylitol. According to some research I’ve done it is a natural health benefits and is anti-cariogenic (won’t cause cavities) but it can also have some effects on your gastrointestinal track. I recommend your research and determine what works best for you.

  3. Gissel says:

    I would love to try this recipe, but what kind of container would you recommended using?

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