Dentist Recommended Fresh Breath Oral Rinse Antiseptic Mouthwash Whitening Teeth

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Dentist Recommended Fresh Breath Oral Rinse Antiseptic Mouthwash Whitening Teeth

About the product

  • Kills 99% of germs that can cause plaque, gingivitis and bad breath; In laboratory tests

  • Avoid the burn of alcohol

  • 24 hour protection against plaque and gingivitis by using twice daily

  • Prevent and reduce gingivitis for healthy gums

  • Keep teeth cleaner longer vs Brushing alone


Dentist Recommended Fresh Breath Oral Rinse Antiseptic Mouthwash Whitening Teeth

Private label

Available, Accept OEM/ODM

Main Ingredients

Water, Glycerin, Sorbitol Moistener, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice (Organic),
Propanediol (vegetable derived),Xylitol, Natural Flavor, Benzoic acid (natural),Zinc chloride

Main Effect

The mouthwash with Proprietary Everfresh Technology that provides a long-lasting sensory experience so you can experience a powerful dentist-clean feeling for up to 3x longer vs. brushing alone.

Anti-tartar ingredient, zinc chloride, is clinically proven to control tartar buildup.

Essential oils of Eucalyptol, Menthol, Methyl salicylate, and Thymol kill germs by millions on contact to protect your mouth against plaque and gingivitis. You’ll get 24-hour protection against plaque and gingivitis germs and dentist clean experience for a boldly clean mouth when used twice daily.

For adults and children 12 years of age and older.


Spearmint,fresh lemon,sweet blue berry,etc.


Adults and children 12 years of age and older:
1. Use twice daily after brushing your teeth with a toothpaste
2. Vigorously swish 10ml (2 teaspoonfuls) of rinse between your
teeth for 1 minute and then spit out
3. Do not swallow the rinse
4. Do not eat or drink for 30 minutes after rinsing
5. Supervise children as necessary until capable of using without supervision

Net content



Free sample available for testing

Business Type

1. OEM with MOQ 5000 units. We provide finished products, semi-finished products, or package design service for the clients.
2. OBM is possible with flexible quantity for this product.


Plastic/Glass bottle and Color box and Carton or customized

Delivery time

Made-to-order: 25-35 working days


T/T, L/C, D/P, Western Union, Money Gram, Paypal, etc.


Almost 1000000 pcs/month




DHL , EMS, UPS , FEDEX , Air cargo and Ocean shipping.



Do I need a mouthrinse?

Your dentist can advise you whether you need a mouthrinse depending on your oral health needs. Rinsing helps remove debris from the mouth. It can be done before or after brushing, but it is not a substitute for brushing or flossing. You may consider, or your dentist may recommend, using a mouthrinse with fluoride or antimicrobial agents as part of your daily oral hygiene routine.

If you have difficulty brushing and flossing, a mouthrinse may provide additional protection against cavities and periodontal (gum) disease. Anti-cavity rinses with fluoride help protect tooth enamel. Dentists may prescribe special rinses for patients who have had periodontal surgery.

What is an “anti-gingivitis or anti-plaque” mouth rinse?

Anti-plaque, anti-gingivitis, antibacterial, antimicrobial or chemotherapeutic mouthrinses reduce bacterial count and inhibit bacterial activity that can cause gingivitis, a form of periodontal (gum) disease.

Can a mouthrinse eliminate bad breath?

Therapeutic mouthrinses can help reduce bad breath. However, if you must constantly use a mouthrinse or breath freshener to hide unpleasant mouth odor, it would be a good idea to visit your dentist to see if there is some underlying cause that can be corrected.

What ingredients are commonly found in mouthrinse?

Basic ingredients include water, alcohol, cleansing agents, flavoring ingredients and coloring agents. Active ingredients vary depending on the type of mouthrinse, but they can be placed into four general groups:

Antimicrobial agents act directly on oral bacteria to help reduce plaque, decrease the severity of gingivitis and control bad breath.

Fluoride helps reduce tiny lesions (tooth decay) on tooth enamel and make teeth more resistant to decay.

Astringent salts can serve as temporary deodorizers that mask bad breath.

Odor neutralizers act by chemically inactivating odor causing compounds.

What’s the difference between cosmetic and therapeutic mouthrinses?

Cosmetic mouthrinses may temporarily control or reduce bad breath and leave the mouth with a pleasant taste. But they don’t deal with the causes of bad breath. They don’t kill the bacteria that cause bad breath or chemically inactivate odor causing compounds. Also, none of the cosmetic mouthrinses helps reduce plaque, gingivitis or cavities.

Therapeutic mouthrinses, on the other hand, can help reduce plaque, gingivitis, cavities and bad breath. Some fight the bacteria present in plaque, a sticky film that forms on teeth and gums. Plaque bacteria create toxins that can damage the gums. Plaque that is not removed with daily brushing and flossing can cause gingivitis, an early stage of gum disease. If plaque is allowed to continue to accumulate, gingivitis can progress to advanced gum disease, called periodontitis, which only a dentist can treat. Plaque can also turn into tartar (or calculus), a hard substance that can only be removed during a professional cleaning. Some therapeutic mouthwashes contain agents that either fight bad breath bacteria or that chemically inactivate odor causing compounds. Therapeutic mouthrinses that contain fluoride help prevent or reduce tooth decay.

At what age can a child use a fluoride mouthrinse?

The use of fluoride mouthrinses is not recommended for children six and younger because they may swallow the rinse. Always check the manufacturer’s label for precautions and age recommendations and talk to your dentist. Clinical studies indicate that regular use of a fluoride mouthrinse (daily or weekly, depending on the rinse) can provide additional protection against cavities over that provided by a fluoride toothpaste.

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