Mix Lemon and Toothpaste: 3 Beauty Tips


Homemade Lemon Toothpaste:


30 g ultra ventilated green clay

5 g gray sea salt

2 tablespoons organic olive oil

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 tablespoon thyme

3 drops lemon essential oil


1 glass jar with lid


Sterilize the glass jar and lid by boiling them in water for 15 minutes.

Infuse thyme in boiling water, strain after a few minutes.

Crush gray sea salt to a coarse powder.

Mix clay and salt with a wooden spoon, then add olive oil and lemon juice. Gradually add thyme infusion to form a thick, smooth paste.

Stir in lemon essential oil and store in the sterilized jar.

Use as regular toothpaste, but due to the salt content, alternate with a milder toothpaste.

Nail Cleaner:


1 tablespoon baking soda toothpaste

1 tablespoon lemon juice


Mix toothpaste with lemon juice and apply to nails for 5 minutes.

Wash and moisturize nails afterward.

Repeat twice a week for best results.

This combination leverages the antifungal properties of both baking soda and lemon, helping to strengthen nails and reduce yellowing.

Hair Lightener:


2 tablespoons toothpaste (preferably with baking soda)

Juice of 2 lemons


Mix toothpaste with lemon juice and apply to hair.

Leave for 20 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water and shampoo as usual.

The citric acid in lemon and baking soda in the toothpaste work together to naturally lighten the hair.

These beauty tips showcase the versatility of lemon, transforming it from a simple kitchen ingredient into a multifunctional beauty staple.