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Chlor-Rinse | Alcohol Free Antiseptic Mouth Rinse

Chlor-Rinse | Alcohol Free Antiseptic Mouth Rinse

$6.90

Many dental problems start with bacteria. The smart way to put an end to bacteria is with a swirl of Chlor-Rinse™ Alcohol Free Chlorhexidine Mouth Rinse.

Use it as a mouthwash to keep bad breath and plaque away. Or as a throat gargle to relieve and soothe oral discomfort. 

Fast relief is on its way.

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Clinically proven antibacterial protection

  • Chlorhexidine Gluconate (0.2%)
    Helps fight bacteria that cause plaque, tooth decay and bad breath. Helps relieve and soothe oral discomfort.
  • Gentle Alcohol Free Formula
    Gentle on teeth and gums
  • Chamomile
    Provides anti-oxidant benefits
  • Mint
    Freshens Breath
  • Animal-friendly
    Not tested on animals and does not contain ingredients of animal origin.

    Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate 20, Sorbitol, Chlorhexidine Gluconate, Menthol, Mint Flavor, Tocopheryl Acetate, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben, Carmoisine Dye.

     

    As a mouthwash to help fight bacteria that cause bad breath, plaque & tooth decay:

    • Rinse your mouth with 10–15ml of Chlor-Rinse for up to 30 seconds.
    • Force the liquid in between your teeth and swirl it around your gums before spitting it out.
    • Do not dilute or swallow.
    • Use morning and night after meals or as directed by your dentist. 

    As a throat gargle to help relieve and soothe oral discomfort: 

    • Gargle gently with 10–15ml of Chlor-Rinse for up to 30 seconds.
    • Ensure liquid reaches areas of throat which feels sore or where your ulcers are located before spitting out.
    • Do not dilute or swallow. 
    • Repeat every four hours and see your doctor if symptoms persist.

    Note:

    • Do not dilute. Keep out of reach of children.
    • All chlorhexidine mouth rinses may cause staining of teeth after prolonged usage i.e. daily rinsing over six months. Your dentist can remove these surface stains during your next visit.