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Ancient Egyptians had toothpastes too! [Facts]
posted April 10 2013 20:32.44 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The story of toothpastes goes way back to ancient Egyptians, so its not a new discovery at all. 20th century toothpastes are just the upgraded models. During this upgrade, many different chemicals had been used, like for example the radioactive thorium.... Watch this short video with the history of toothpastes and a DIY guide to make your own homemade toothpaste!



[Link: NationalGeographic]
 
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