MOUTH RINSE

$12.00

4 oz Amber PET Boston Rounds w/ Lined Aluminum Caps

Rinkorganics mouth rinse is free of the following:

  • Alcohol
  • Sugar
  • Artificial colors
  • Artificial sweeteners (such as saccharine)
  • Stannous fluoride, a processed form of fluoride that can stain teeth
  • Cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC), which also can cause staining
  • Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), a chemical that has been linked to various health problems such as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menopausal symptoms, diminished male fertility and breast cancer
  • Harsh chemical preservatives and dyes

Instead of using artificial dyes, RinkOrganics mouth rinse is sweetened with vegetable glycerin which does not foster bacteria growth. The Essential oils are used to flavor, have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, strengthen teeth, gums, reduce plaque, decrease malodor, and improve systemic health.

Unlike most commercial cosmetic and therapeutic oral rinses, our rinse does not contain:

Almost all conventional mouth rinses contain alcohol and fluoride, which are toxic (even lethal) if swallowed in large amounts. This is not the case with rinkorganics mouth rinses. Even if you don't swallow mouth rinse, it comes into direct contact with your mouth's mucous membranes and still can be absorbed directly into your bloodstream.

Natural products are gentle enough for daily use and provide a less abrasive alternative to more potent prescription formulations meant for short-term use. Herbal antimicrobial mouth rinses are considered effective complements to tooth brushing and flossing for patients with gingivitis, providing a clinically significant benefit in the reduction of dental plaque.

Ingredients: Organic baking soda, organic peppermint E.O, organic lemon E.O, organic thieves E.O (our version)

Please email me in advanced if you would like any adjustments to the product rinkorganics@gmail.com

Directions: Best if used after brushing with our Rink toothpaste! rinse for 30-60 seconds twice a day. Your taste buds may take a while to adjust to this mouth wash. If it is too strong, you can dilute with filtered water (most tap water has added fluoride)