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Le White Toothpaste - Lebon-The Woods Gallery
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1 / How to choose your toothpaste?

Difficult to navigate with all the toothpastes on the market: toothpaste against bleeding, toothpaste to whiten teeth, toothpaste with charcoal, lemon, fluoride ... Here are some tips to find you there and buy a toothpaste from quality. First of all, know that a good toothpaste necessarily contains fluoride; in fact, fluoride limits the appearance of cavities. Among the ingredients, you must find antiseptics (antibacterial role), a surfactant (facilitates the detachment of dental plaque), humectants (so that the toothpaste does not dry out), thickeners, and acid benzoic, a preservative. Conversely, certain ingredients, such as polishing agents, flavorings and colorants, should be avoided. Organic toothpastes, often fluoride-free, those with charcoal, which are too abrasive, and those called whitening, which do not meet the promises, are to be avoided!

2 / How to make homemade toothpaste?

To make your homemade toothpaste, more economical and more ecological, you will need the following ingredients: 3 tbsp of coconut oil, 1 tsp of baking soda, 1 tsp of white clay, ten drops of essential oils. You will also need this material: a bowl, a teaspoon and a tablespoon, and a small jar with a lid to store your toothpaste. To make toothpaste, there is nothing simpler; just mix all the ingredients well in a bowl. Then pour the mixture into the jar; It's over ! Easy no?

3 / How to clean a toothpaste stain?

In a rush, did you accidentally put toothpaste on your favorite T-shirt? Don't panic, removing it is really not complicated! Start by removing the toothpaste with a teaspoon. To remove any remaining streaks, simply wash off with lukewarm water, rubbing in a bit. If the stain does not go away, you can use white vinegar; simply rub the stain with a little vinegar. You can also scrub with dish soap, which is an effective detergent! Then put your T-shirt in the washing machine: the stain should go away without problem.

4 / Who invented toothpaste?

Toothpaste is used around the world, several times a day per person. But do you know who invented it? In fact, toothpaste has been around since ancient Egypt; at the time, the Egyptians used mixtures of salt, pepper, mint ... as they evolved, plants were added in particular. It wasn't until the 1850s that Londoner John Goffe Rand invented the toothpaste we know today; made from soap and chalk, it was flavored with mint. In 1892, Washington Sheffied invented the tube of toothpaste, still in London. In 1896, Colgate was the first brand to market toothpaste in tubes.

5 / What are the unsuspected uses of toothpaste?

Yes, toothpaste is used to brush your teeth. But did you know that it is very effective for other things? Here are the circumstances under which you can use your toothpaste. To soothe irritation: If you have just been bitten, apply a small dab of toothpaste to the bite; the menthol present in the toothpaste will soothe the itching. To wash your car headlights: If your headlights are dirty, take a sponge, and rub them with toothpaste; they will regain all their brilliance! To limit acne breakouts: A dab of toothpaste on each pimple at night, before going to bed, will dry them out; finally got rid of! To clean your shoes: Put toothpaste on your toothbrush ... and scrub your shoes! The toothpaste is very effective on white rubber soles, they will be like new.

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