There are definitely a lot of mouthwashes to choose from in the market, and we understand figuring out which one is best for you can be a challenge. Now, what happens when you are trying to be more natural in the things you consume? Does that apply to your mouthwash? This shift is a challenge that we do understand and can help with.
Now before moving into the details of which mouthwash to consume, let's dig into what makes a good mouthwash first.
When choosing a mouthwash, the first thing to consider is your personal oral health goals.
It’s important to take a close look at the ingredient list. Many products have multiple ingredients geared to treat specific conditions or overall dental health. Some ingredients in mouthwash to look for include:
It is not to say that all mouthwash that are not natural are all bad. In fact some that have the ADA seal of recommendation are actually good products that safely deliver what it promises, and do not have some of the ingredients mentioned above. However, we understand that there are different personal preferences and this blog delivers to those individuals.
There are lots of other great natural mouthwashes out there, and this list is by no means complete. We’ve included therapeutic mouthwashes you can buy over the counter in specialized stores and all of them are also available online.
Created by a dentist, this mouthwash is formulated to not contain any Alcohol Saccharin Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Benzalkonium Chloride (an allergen) Artificial colors or flavors.
This product is designed to combat halitosis, cavity prevention, gum disease, & more. Used regularly, this rinse may help address bleeding gums, gingivitis, plaque & tartar buildup, & bad breath.
This product has also been created to fit the more natural consumers. It freshens Breath without Harsh Chemicals: Alcohol Free, Certified Non-Toxic, Sugar Free, Dye Free, Preservative Free, BPA Free. This mouthwash helps Balance the natural oral microbiome. 98% of the bacteria in your mouth is good bacteria and therefore it is recommended to maintain a balanced ecosystem in the mouth by neutralizing the toxins of bacteria, while protecting good bacteria.
It is also Dentist-Formulated & Recommended. No Stinging or Burning and uses Naturally Derived Ingredients with a great taste.
This product naturally balances pH levels in your mouth by neutralizing microbes that contribute to bad breath and dry mouth, leaving you minty fresh all day long. It is designed to educes swelling, and flushes out irritants by naturally maintaining your mouth’s natural alkaline pH. It's safe and non toxic, and can even help soothe a sore throat when gargled.
It is uses all natural ingredients: Purified, deionized, microfiltered water and ten parts per million of silver mineral (99.000% pure), calcium carbonate (natural chalk), sea salt, mustard seed powder, magnetic earth, active ionic minerals, peppermint oil, eucalyptus, clove, wintergreen, and oregano essential oils.
It is an alcohol free, fluoride free, gluten free, glycerin free, and vegan to meet even the most sensitive and conscious tooth needs.
This product is Non GMO, Alcohol Free, Fluoride Free, Preservative Free, & Artificial Flavor Free. Specifically formulated with Ayurvedic knowledge to promote healthy weight management, better breath, healthier teeth and gums, thicker and more lustrous hair, and radiant skin.
Also used for Oil pulling, it is a perfectly balanced combination of pure sesame oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil and peppermint oil. This formula was formulated with Vedic knowledge and Modern technology.
100% alcohol-free and contains no artificial flavors or colors. Our Oil is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and contains iron, calcium, and magnesium, plus Vitamins A, B and E.
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