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Chlor-Rinse
Alcohol Free Antiseptic Mouth Rinse 250ml

$6.90 SGD

WHY WE MADE THIS

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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INGREDIENTS

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.

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


HOW TO USE

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 oral discomfort 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.