This simple mouthwash is similar to commercial brands, containing minty freshness and just a touch of alcohol. However, it does not contain the many colors and chemicals found in those store-bought brands. This recipe's minty freshness is all natural.
Note: This recipe contains alcohol. Keep out of reach of children.
Using vinegar rather than alcohol to provide refreshing zing and preserving quality, this recipe is great for the whole family. With peppermint zing and the anti-bacterial properties of tea tree oil, this mouthwash is sure to leave your mouth clean and fresh.
Conveniently-sized, this effective little spray will quickly become a day bag essential. Infuse with botanicals to create either a spicy clove and cinnamon flavor, or a fresh eucalyptus and peppermint spray.
Spray directly in mouth as often as needed.SHELF LIFE AND STORAGE INFORMATION:
Store in the fridge when not using. Product should last approximately 1 month.SAFETY INFORMATION:
Similar to a popular brand of clay-based toothpaste, this recipe is simple enough to throw together quickly but good enough to make again and again. Add your favorite essential oils – just be sure to lower the amount if using cinnamon oil, a notoriously hot oil. The sweetener in this recipe is optional, but makes it taste more like commercial toothpaste.
With this recipe, toothpaste goes beyond simply cleaning. While the mineral content of the teeth is largely determined by the mineral content within the body, brushing with added minerals helps to bring these nutrients straight to where they are needed most.
This tooth powder recipe is great for people who don't care for mint flavor.