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Tooth powders consist mostly of chalk and magnesium carbonate with the addition of various other substances. Tooth powders are flavored mainly with mint or anise oil. They are usually made in white or pink. For tinting in pink, take aniline paints rhodamine, magenta or eosin, diluted in boiling water. The manufacture of tooth powders is exactly the same as the manufacture of powder, and careful and clean sifting of the prepared mass is certainly necessary. Then everything is thoroughly mixed and smothered, after which it is sifted again so that everything is well distributed.

Attention should also be paid here to preparations used for whitening teeth and to which sodium perborate is mainly added. Sodium perborate is a salt that differs from ordinary boric acid in the content of easily released oxygen. The slightest contact with moisture is enough to release oxygen. The latter combines with water and forms hydrogen peroxide. Thus, when sodium perborate is dissolved in water, two very important substances are formed, namely borax and hydrogen peroxide, which are widely used in cosmetics.

To use the whitening property of sodium perborate, it is added to tooth powders and sometimes to toothpastes; but in this case, the addition of glycerin should be avoided, as it contributes to the premature decomposition of sodium perborate. Sodium perborate can also be consumed separately in the form of tooth powder. You can also use this powder as rinse water by dissolving 25 parts of sodium perborate in 100 parts of water heated to 40 °C.

Here are some tried and tested recipes tooth powders.

Ordinary tooth powder

1st recipe:

Mix 1,2 kg of purified chalk with 200% magnesium carbonate. For fragrance, add a mixture of 4 g of mint oil, 4 g of lemon oil and 2 drops of thyme oil.

2st recipe:

  • Chalk purified 1,2 kg;
  • Magnesia carbonate 200 g;
  • Nadbornonatrium salt 60 g;
  • Peppermint oil 25 g.

3st recipe:

  • Chalk purified 2 kg;
  • Starch flour 150 g;
  • Violet root 250 g;
  • Cinnamon oil 30 g.

pink tooth powder

  • Chalk purified 2 kg;
  • Violet root 1 kg;
  • Krappovy varnish 50-70 g;
  • Rose oil 15 g;
  • Sandal oil 10 g.

Cinchona tooth powder

  • Chalk purified 1 kg;
  • Starch flour 500 g;
  • Violet root 500 g;
  • Sulphate of quinine 20 g;
  • Peppermint oil 10 g.

Salol tooth powder

  • Salola 4 g;
  • Phosphoric calcium salt 20 g;
  • Chalk purified 20 g;
  • Magnesium salt 15 g;
  • Bicarbonate soda 15 g;
  • Peppermint oil optional.

Orris tooth powder

  • Chalk purified 1,2 kg;
  • Castile soap (in powder) 200 g;
  • Orris root 200 g;
  • Powdered sugar 200 g;
  • Pear oil 0,5 g;
  • Peppermint oil 3 g.

Turn the purified chalk into powder and mix all these parts well, spraying them with oil. Pack in cardboard boxes.

White tooth powder


  • 80 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 1-2 parts peppermint oil.

Mint Tooth Powder


  • 80 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 1-2 parts of mint oil;
  • 2 parts chlorophyll;
  • 10 parts of ether.

Chlorophyll is mixed with ether and impregnated with powder until a green color is obtained.

violet tooth powder


  • 84 parts of purified chalk;
  • 16 parts orris root powder
  • 1,5 parts violet extract;
  • 1,5 parts methyl violet paint.

pink tooth powder


  • 80 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 1-2 parts rose oil;
  • 0,5 parts of eosin.

pumice tooth powder


  • 80 parts of purified chalk;
  • 10 parts orris root powder
  • 10 parts pumice powder;
  • 1-2 parts peppermint oil.

thymol tooth powder


  • 80 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 1 part thymol;
  • 0,5 parts of rhodamine.

Menthol Tooth Powder


  • 70 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 10 parts soap powder;
  • 4 parts menthol.

salicylic tooth powder


  • 5 parts salicylic sodium;
  • 20 parts milk sugar;
  • 20 parts of bicarbonate salt;
  • 20 parts of orris root;
  • 20 parts of talc;
  • 1 part peppermint oil.

Tooth powder "Perborax"


  • 200 parts of calcium carbonate;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 10 parts sodium perborate;
  • 5 parts peppermint oil.

Tooth powder "Perhydrol"


  • 875 parts of purified chalk;
  • 25 parts soap powder;
  • 100 parts of magnesium peroxide;
  • 10 parts peppermint oil.

Salol tooth powder


  • 180 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of orris root;
  • 4 parts salol;
  • 1 part peppermint oil.

Quinosol Tooth Powder


  • 140 parts of purified chalk;
  • 20 parts of magnesium carbonate;
  • 10 parts soap powder;
  • 0,5 parts of chinosol;
  • 1,5 parts peppermint oil

Author: Korolev V.A.

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