4 Alternative Uses Of Organic Toothpastes

4 Alternative Uses Of Organic Toothpastes

If you love your organic toothpaste, then you may wonder what else it can be used for. After all, it’s full of natural ingredients that offer several benefits. Here are a few alternative uses of organic toothpaste.

1. Hair Growth

If you’re experiencing a bit of hair loss, then using organic toothpaste may be able to help you. That’s because some of our recipes include cinnamon. This ingredient has a bunch of different health benefits. One of them is the ability to help stimulate hair growth.

To use it effectively, you should squeeze out a bit of organic toothpaste that contains cinnamon. Then add enough honey so that it’s equal parts to the toothpaste.

Mix it together. Then spread the mixture into the area that’s causing you problems. Let the mixture rest on the spot for at least 15 minutes.

This will give the cinnamon in the organic toothpaste and the honey plenty of time to stimulate the hair cells and blood cells in the problem area.

After the time is over, you can wash the spot off with some water.

2. Repel Moths

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Our organic toothpaste can also help repel moths. These flying insects hate the smell of cinnamon, cloves, and other strong spices like black peppercorns. You can use our organic toothpaste that contains cinnamon or clove to help repel moths from getting into your home.

Moths may seem gentle, but they can destroy your furniture and clothes.

To get rid of them, squirt out some organic toothpaste and put it in a pouch that uses a mesh material. You should also include black peppercorns into the pouch to make the scent even stronger.

Then place the pouch in areas where a moth may get in like your windows and doors. The strong scent of the toothpaste and peppercorns will repel moths from the area.

3. Remove Scuffs and Scrapes

Organic toothpaste isn’t just effective for cleaning your teeth. It can also clean stubborn scuff marks on your floor, wall, or countertop. There are a few ingredients that work great at removing scuff marks. Cinnamon and charcoal are among them.

Cinnamon digs deep into the mess and clears it up whereas activated charcoal forcibly scrubs the scuff mark away.

To use organic toothpaste to clean a scuff mark in your home, you just need to squirt out the toothpaste onto the scuff mark. Then use a clean brush or a paper towel to wipe it into the area. You may need to add a bit of water to help it flow better.

Once you’re done scrubbing, the stubborn scuff mark will be gone.

4. Remove Fungal Problems

Organic toothpaste is also effective at removing fungus. If you suffer from an athlete’s foot or have some other type of fungus problem, then using organic toothpaste may help.

You’ll want to choose our organic toothpaste that contains either cinnamon or tea tree oil. Both of these ingredients have antifungal properties that can kill the fungus on contact.

Cinnamon may be your best bet since it’s also gentle on your skin and smells great.

To use organic toothpaste as an antifungal treatment, you need to squirt it out from the tube or scrape it from the glass jar. Then apply it directly to the problem area with a popsicle stick that you can throw away.

Let the toothpaste rest against your feet or the fungus for at least 20 minutes. You’ll want to do this twice a day until the fungus is gone.

Get Your Organic Toothpaste Today

The perk of using organic toothpaste is that it can be used for so much more than just your oral health. Check out our collection of organic toothpaste today and find one with the ingredients that you need.

Juliana Mejía Zuliani

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