Mouthwash active ingredients are a grouping of items with antiseptic, antibacterial and antimicrobial characteristics that are designed to reduce the microbial count within the mouth.

Benzalkonium Chloride Solution, 50 Percent, NF has antibacterial properties and is a common ingredient in dental products such as mouthwash.

Benzoic Acid, Crystal, USP, EP, BP, JP has buffering and antiseptic properties and is a common ingredient in dental products such as mouthwash.

Calcium Hydroxide, Powder, USP, EP, BP, JP is an inorganic compound commonly used in dental products as a secondary dentine deposition agent.

Camphor, Synthetic USP has analgesic and aromatic properties and is a common ingredient in dental products.

Cetylphyridinium chloride, monohydrate USP is a broad spectrum antimicrobial agent used as an active ingredient in mouthwashes, toothpaste and breath sprays.

Chlorhexidine gluconate solution BP is a topical disinfectant used as an active ingredient in antiseptic mouthwash for treatment of periodontal disease.

Domiphen Bromide, BP has antiseptic properties and is a common ingredient of dental products such as mouthwash.

Alcohol, 190 Proof, USP has antiseptic properties and is a common ingredient for dental products such as mouthwash.

Methparaben, NF has antimicrobial properties and may be used in dental products such as mouthwash.

Methyl salicylate, NF has both antiseptic and aromatic properties and may be used in dental products such as mouthwash.

Sodium Benzoate, Powder, NF is a preservative and is a common ingredient in dental products such as toothpaste and mouthwash.

Sodium Bicarbonate, Powder, USP, EP, BP, JP is used in toothpaste as an abrasive and in mouthwash products for its antiseptic properties.

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