Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils that’s Chemical Free

Using a mouthwash can not only freshen your breath but also help kill bacteria. This mouthwash recipe with essential oils is a great way to do that without the harsh sting of traditional mouthwash.  You can make a batch of this mouthwash in just a few moments and it costs just pennies to make.

Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils

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Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils

The basic ingredients in traditional mouthwash are water, alcohol, cleansing ingredients, flavoring, and coloring. It’s the alcohol that gives the sting to most mouthwashes and it isn’t used in this mouthwash recipe with essential oils at all.

Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils

 

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You can easily create this mouthwash with just a few simple ingredients:

This mouthwash does more than just mask bad mouth odors. The baking soda or bicarbonate of soda helps balance the levels of acid in your mouth. Baking soda can also discourage the formation of plaque, promote healing of mouth ulcers and sores, and help whiten your teeth.

Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils

Tea tree essential oil has antibacterial properties and helps fight infections and kill bacteria. Peppermint essential oil has antimicrobial properties to freshen breath and also gives this mouthwash a cooling feeling.

Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils

Making this mouthwash recipe with essential oils is very simple. Place all the ingredients in a Mason jar and shake until they are mixed. Do not make a large batch of this because essential oils may lose their effectiveness when mixed together over time. I store mine in the refrigerator and swish a tablespoon a day in my mouth after brushing. The baking soda will settle to the bottom of the jar so be sure to shake before using.

If you want to make more of your own health and beauty products, this Mouthwash Recipe with Essential Oils is a great place to start.


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Comments

  1. Wonderful recipe Ellen, thank you. I will put this in a smaller glass container to save some space in my midget bathroom. Love tea tree oi and peppermint. I consume a lot of vinegar and worry about my teeth so this is good to swish with before brushing. Pin-worthy!
  2. Thank you for your essential oil recipes.  I am going to try the headache and mouthwash!!

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