What Are Some Mouthwashes With Peroxide?


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Rembrandt Deeply White + Peroxide whitening mouthwash and The Heritage Store's Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash + White are some mouthwashes that contain peroxide. Colgate and Walgreens offer mouth rinses that contain Peroxyl, a form of peroxide.

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Rembrandt Deeply White + Peroxide bills itself as the first mouthwash that whitens teeth while strengthening and restoring enamel. The hydrogen peroxide in the product works to eliminate stains on teeth, while the sodium fluoride strengthens tooth enamel. The manufacturer suggests using it twice a day after brushing, and users can expect noticeable whitening within 12 weeks. The product also contains a mint blend that combats the bacteria that lead to halitosis.

Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash + White from The Heritage Store uses food-grade peroxide to promote tooth whitening. Ingredients such as eucalyptus, thyme, menthol and wintergreen freshen breath. This product contains no alcohol, sugar, phthalates, parabens, or artificial flavors or colors.

The Peroxyl mouth rinses from Colgate and Walgreens clean the mouth and promote healing of oral sores and irritations. Colgate provides a Peroxyl mouth rinse with or without alcohol content.

Hydrogen peroxide used orally releases oxygen, causing foaming action that eliminates mucus and promotes cleaning. Users swish mouth rinses containing this ingredient in the mouth for a minute before spitting it out.

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