Stop Putting Toothpaste On Your Acne

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Don’t put toothpaste on your acne. Try this instead.

Timestamps
0:00 Toothpaste and acne
0:18 Why you shouldn’t use toothpaste for acne
2:00 Natural acne remedies

Is it okay to put toothpaste on acne? Toothpaste is formulated for your teeth, not your skin. There are actually several ingredients in toothpaste that are not good for your skin.

A few of these ingredients are:
1. Sodium bicarbonate
This is very alkaline and can irritate your skin. It can also disrupt the natural bacteria of your skin.

2. Sodium lauryl sulfate
This can be too harsh on the skin. It can remove the oil layer and can cause irritation or even a rash.

3. Triclosan
This may make your bacteria resistant to antibiotics.

4. Fluoride
This could create a condition called fluoroderma, which actually looks like acne.

If you want nice skin, don’t put toothpaste on it. Instead, try these four things:
• Lower your carbs (get on the healthy keto diet)
• Do intermittent fasting
• Take probiotics
• Avoid dairy

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand why not to put toothpaste on acne and what to do for acne instead.
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