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The RIGHT Way To Use Mouthwash!

Call It A Wash!


Everyone knows the importance of using mouthwash, but not everyone knows the right way to use it. And though it seems like such a simple thing, there IS a correct process, as well as a wrong. But here's the deal: it should be noted that all products are different, and one should consult their health care professional and product label for the precise way to use mouthwash. With that in mind, there are certain general guidelines we'll look at here.

First, you should definitely include mouthwash in your oral care routine. That’s because mouthwash can boost your oral health in ways brushing and flossing can’t, and can help make up a great ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE you can trust. (1)

Thankfully, there IS an ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH that can not only boost your oral health, but also help freshen your breath and reduce the amount of dangerous bacteria in your mouth that can harm your gums and teeth.

In this blog we talk about the right way to use mouthwash, and how it can work with the rest of your ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE to IMPROVE your oral health and CLEAN your mouth!











The first thing to note is that mouthwash is needed to keep your teeth and gums extra clean as part of your ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE. Although no two routines are precisely the same, most people use mouthwash post brush and floss time. This enables their mouthwash to remove germs and leftovers that can harm your teeth over time.

One of the main reasons mouthwash is so effective is because mouthwash can target areas of your mouth brushing and flossing can't. Using mouthwash after these two activities can help keep germs from building and plaque from accumulating. This can help reduce the chances of you getting cavities or long-term oral problems. (2)

Mouthwash can also be swished around on the go – possibly around lunch, to keep it from harming your teeth post-brush. Remember to keep fluoride out of your oral care routine. Using fluoride can be super harmful, and can affect when you eat and drink during your day and routine. (3)


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So you know mouthwash is important, but now what? Well, it means using it, and using it WELL. As mentioned before, consult the individual product and a health care professional for what's particularly right for you, but it’s a good idea to have a clean mouth when you mouthwash. In this way, mouthwash is best used as a backup – a way to get rid of what’s left behind to provide you an overall healthier mouth afterwards. (5)


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The first step is to use it. And that means checking your label. Most mouthwashes will recommend around 20 ml of liquid. This is an important step, as a surplus or not enough mouthwash can hinder the overall effectiveness of your routine and the products you use. (5)

Some mouthwashes also recommend you dilute them, usually with water. This is where reading labels comes into play. You can help yourself with getting the right amount of mouthwash by opting for what’s called a mouthwash dispenser. Though one pump isn’t always the answer, a dispenser can keep you from losing mouthwash when it's time to measure. (6)



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Once you know you’re going to use mouthwash, and once you’ve poured yourself the right amount of it, it’s time to rinse. To get the most out of your oral care routine, be sure you’re swishing your mouthwash effectively, which means hitting all corners of your mouth, as well as your tongue. Don’t forget the tops and bottoms of your gums too!

An important tip some people do is that they split the amount of mouthwash they use into two dosages. This means swishing half, taking a short break, then swishing the rest. As far as what to do after, it’s not needed to rinse your mouth out with water. Simply enjoy that fresh feeling, and go about your day – or night! (7)


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Some even say you should try not to drink a half hour after using mouthwash. This can help keep all those good ingredients working in your mouth after using it. And if you’re wondering how long to rinse, many mouthwashes point to 30-60 seconds as the right amount of time to rinse. (8)


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Something to remember about using mouthwash is that different ingredients can have different side effects on your oral health. For example, if you have sores in your mouth, certain over-the-counter mouthwashes can make you feel worse. This is one reason why it's best to check ingredient labels before making your mouthwash decision.

It’s also important that you watch children when they use mouthwash. To ensure children are protected and that they don’t accidentally ingest any ingredients in their oral care products, be sure to supervise them throughout the use of their oral care routine. (10)

Even though mouthwash can be effective all day long, things get more complicated when fluoride is included. This can limit how often a product should be used. It’s also important you don’t swallow your mouthwash. Simply spit after you’ve gargled to ensure max effectiveness and overall bodily health. (11)



Mouthwash is most effective as part of an ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE!



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*Disclaimer: Consult your dentist and/or health care professional before you or your child begin any kind of oral care regimen, or if you have any questions about you or your family's health. The information herein is not medical advice or guidance, and is not a substitute for any medical advice or guidance.



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