Previously, many dentists doubted about tooth remineralization, thinking it was impossible. However, more and more information about tooth remineralization emerged. This article will go into detail about the secrets behind the remineralizing toothpaste recipe.


The good news is this homemade toothpaste recipe is glycerin free. Glycerin is found in normal toothpaste. It keeps the toothpaste smooth and holds all the ingredient together. However, glycerin will creates a layer of coating on your teeth, making remineralization almost impossible.


This recipe had undergone user testing, and the result is thriving. Users’ remarked that this natural toothpaste recipe not only makes their teeth clean, it also makes their teeth whiter. Some even found that their teeth no longer sensitive to cold food and drink. Another good news is, this remineralizing toothpaste recipe is kid approved as it is fluoride free. So, it is safe for babies, toddlers, and even those experiencing thyroid problems.


Before we get into the recipe, let have a glance at the ingredients:


  1. Calcium powder

Calcium is a good source of minerals and helps to whiten your teeth. You can replace it by using powdered eggshells.

  1. Diatomaceous earth

Adding diatomaceous earth will provide extra minerals to your toothpaste.

  1. Baking soda

Baking soda will remove stains on your teeth.

  1. Xylitol powder

It is not necessary, but it gives your homemade toothpaste a touch of sweetness.

  1. Coconut oil

Coconut oil helps to bind all these ingredients together. It also contains anti-bacterial and anti-fungal materials.

  1. Peppermint essential oil

Peppermint essential oil adds refreshing and cooling effects to this natural toothpaste.



Remineralizing toothpaste recipe:


Part A

5 TBS calcium powder

1 TBS Diatomaceous earth

2 TBS Baking soda

3 TBS Xylitol powder


3-5 TBS coconut oil


10 drops peppermint essential oil


  1. Mix Part A well.
  2. Add coconut oil slowly until you get desired texture.
  3. Add in peppermint essential oil.
  4. Store it in a glass mason jar.