If you're looking for pearly whites without the chemicals, this could be your fix!

natural toothpaste

Toothbrushing powder may seem like a new development in oral care, but brushing powders date all the way back to the 19th century. After just one use, it becomes clear that our great-grandparents knew exactly what they were doing. The Dirt: Paleo Personal Care, a company based in California, came out with a toothbrushing powder that features some of the best ingredients from around the world. Most ordinary toothpastes contain glycerine, which coats your teeth and prevents the process of remineralization. The problem: Remineralization helps replenish the essential minerals we lose daily to maintain a nice, healthy smile. The Dirt Trace Mineral Tooth Brushing Powder ($30US, givemethedirt.com) bites back with bentonite clay—a super ingredient that dates back to the Aztecs—to pull impurities from your system and provide your mouth with the nutrients it needs for the remineralization process. The powder also contains cinnamon (good for toothaches), baking soda (an oldie but a goodie) and myrrh (strengthens the hold of gums on teeth). Combined together, these ingredients keep your mouth at optimal health.