Sometimes I mix baking soda and coconut oil to use as a toothpaste. I want to add xylitol to the mix, and use as a toothpaste for my child next year. Has anyone used that mixture? Also, how do you get the coconut oil to not freeze, especially during the cold winter months? I was thinking of making some, and using a glass liquid soap container for easy storage and use, but I don't know how to prevent the coconut oil in it from becoming solid when it is below 75 degrees! Thanks all!
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