lunes, 5 de marzo de 2012

Como hacer pasta dental

Steps
  1. 1
    Pour a half of a cup (110g) of baking soda into a mixing bowl.
    Pour a half of a cup (110g) of baking soda into a mixing bowl.
    Pour a half of a cup (110g) of baking soda into a mixing bowl . Baking soda has a natural cleansing ability and can even be found in some commercial toothpastes. It's non-toxic and will help polish your teeth. Some recipes call for table salt, in which case you should mix three parts of baking soda with one part of table salt.

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  2. 2
    Add three teaspoons (15g) of glycerine for every 1/4 cup (55g) of dry mixture. This is optional; it acts as a sweetener. An alternative is Xylitol. It is a natural, sugarless sweetener that actually promotes tooth and gum health!
  3. 3
    Add 1/4 cup (60g) of household hydrogen peroxide and one drop of peppermint oil.
    Add 1/4 cup (60g) of household hydrogen peroxide and one drop of peppermint oil.
    Add 1/4 cup (60g) of household hydrogen peroxide and one drop of peppermint oil. Hydrogen peroxide naturally disinfects your mouth and will also help whiten your teeth. If you don't have it around, use water. The drop of peppermint oil will leave your mouth feeling fresh. Hydrogen peroxide breaks down very quickly in the presence of UV light, so it is necessary to store the toothpaste away from sunlight. If you're not into the peppermint flavor, some alternatives are ground cinnamon, vanilla extract, fennel, ginger, and almond extract. Whatever it is, make sure it doesn't have sugar added or that it isn't strongly acidic, since acids will produce a fizzing reaction with the baking soda.
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    Mix the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda until it is a paste.
    Mix the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda until it is a paste.
    Mix the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda until it is a paste . If you need to, mix in more hydrogen peroxide until you get the right consistency. See Warnings below.
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    Store the toothpaste in a small plastic container where it won't dry out. You can also purchase a small, empty lotion bottle so that you can squeeze out the toothpaste onto the toothbrush more easily, rather than dip it.

Edit Tips

  • If the baking soda proves to be too abrasive for your teeth or gums, you can get similar effects by rinsing your mouth with a very light baking soda solution after you've brushed with a bare brush. A milder abrasive is salt.
  • Kids might enjoy adding food coloring to the toothpaste to make it more personal. This might be a good time to teach them about how colors mix to make new ones. Try to avoid artificial colors derived from coal tar (e.g. FD&C Yellow #5 (E102), FD&C Red #40 (E129), etc.), which have been linked to negative health issues including ADHD in children if they ingest them. [2].
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