A good alternative is natural mouthwashes, which are typically alcohol-and-sugar-free. Many of the natural ones use baking soda as a natural abrasive to remove stains, plus pure mint oils or other essential oils, or even ginger for flavoring. Look for alcohol-free mouthwashes. Look for alcohol-free mouthwashes, such as Tom’s of Maine, and soon to be released alcohol-free products from Scope and Crest.
Some mouthwashes also contain phenols, which are a type of alcohol, and have widely been considered toxic due to their susceptibility of being absorbed by lungs and skin, potentially resulting in caustic burns, kidney and liver damage and hyperactivity. When choosing a mouthwash, avoid anything containing this ingredient.
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