Private Label Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash Manufacturer

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Cinoll Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash

Unleash the Power of Purity in Every Rinse

Hydrogen peroxide mouthwash typically contains a 1.5% to 3% concentration of hydrogen peroxide. This concentration is significantly lower than the standard 3% hydrogen peroxide available over the counter, which is intended for wound cleaning and disinfection, and must be diluted for oral use.

  • Features: Teeth whitening, temporary relief of minor mouth irritations
  • Ingredients: Customized
  • Flavor: Mint or customized
  • Mouthwash Colors: Blue or customized
  • Bottle Size: 100ml, 150ml, 250ml or customized
  • Bottle Shape: Please contact for catalog
  • labels Printing: Customized

Your Brand, Our Expertise in Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash Manufacturing

Craft a signature oral care experience with a partner who understands the essence of a clean, healthy smile. As a premier manufacturer of hydrogen peroxide mouthwash, we bring a legacy of excellence to every bottle, every brand, every time.

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  • Custom Formulations: Your vision, our science. Together, we’ll develop a unique mouthwash formula that stands out in the market.
  • Quality You Can Trust: With a focus on pure, premium ingredients, our hydrogen peroxide mouthwash is as safe as it is effective.
  • Eco-Friendly Processes: We believe in sustainability. Our manufacturing process is designed to minimize our carbon footprint without compromising on quality.

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    How We Make Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash

    The manufacturing process of hydrogen peroxide mouthwash typically involves several key steps to ensure that the final product is safe, effective, and stable for use. Here’s a generalized overview of the process:

    1. Raw Material Sourcing

    • Hydrogen Peroxide: The main ingredient is hydrogen peroxide, which must be of a high purity grade suitable for oral care products.
    • Water: Deionized or distilled water is often used to ensure there are no impurities that could affect the product’s quality.
    • Stabilizers: To prevent the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, stabilizers like sodium stannate or phenacetin may be used.
    • Flavoring Agents: These are added to improve the taste of the mouthwash.
    • Sweeteners: Non-sugar sweeteners might be included to enhance flavor without contributing to tooth decay.
    • Preservatives: To extend shelf life and prevent microbial growth.

    2. Mixing

    • The ingredients are carefully mixed in a controlled environment. Hydrogen peroxide is diluted with water to the desired concentration, often around 1.5% to 3% for mouthwash products.
    • Stabilizers are added to the mixture to ensure the hydrogen peroxide remains effective throughout the product’s shelf life.
    • Flavors and sweeteners are mixed in to create a palatable taste.

    3. Homogenization

    • The mixture is homogenized to ensure that all ingredients are evenly distributed throughout the solution.

    4. Quality Control

    • pH levels are adjusted and controlled to be within a safe range for the oral mucosa, typically between 4 and 7.
    • Samples from each batch are tested for concentration of hydrogen peroxide, stability, taste, and microbial contamination.

    5. Packaging

    • The mouthwash is filled into bottles, typically under aseptic conditions to prevent contamination.
    • Appropriate labeling is applied to the packaging, including usage instructions, warnings, ingredients, and expiration dates.

    6. Sterilization (if required)

    • Some manufacturers might use a sterilization process, such as ultraviolet (UV) light or filtration, to ensure the product is free from any microorganisms.

    7. Storage and Distribution

    • The final product is stored in a cool, dark place to minimize the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
    • It is then distributed to retailers or directly to consumers.

    Safety Considerations:

    • Hydrogen peroxide can be dangerous at high concentrations and must be handled with care during manufacturing.
    • The equipment used in the production process must be resistant to oxidation and corrosion.
    • Personal protective equipment (PPE) is mandatory for workers handling the concentrated hydrogen peroxide.

    Regulatory Compliance:

    • The manufacturing facility must comply with regulations such as the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
    • The product must meet the standards set by regulatory bodies like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the U.S. or the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in Europe, depending on the market where the product will be sold.
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    How to Use Hydrogen Peroxide in a Mouthwash

    Hydrogen peroxide is diluted to a safe concentration for oral use in mouthwash, commonly between 1.5% and 3%. The exact concentration will depend on the intended use and the guidelines provided by dental health authorities.

    Because hydrogen peroxide can decompose in the presence of light and heat, stabilizers are added to the formulation to prolong shelf life and maintain efficacy. Common stabilizers could include sodium stannate, sodium pyrophosphate, or acetanilide. The choice of stabilizer will depend on the specific formulation requirements and regulatory approvals.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Have questions on hydrogen peroxide mouthwash? Check some questions here or send us an email

    How much hydrogen peroxide for mouthwash?

    The typical household concentration of hydrogen peroxide available for medical use is a no more than 3% solution. For example, Crest Bacteria Guard Plus Mouthwash with 1.5% Hydrogen Peroxide.

    How to dilute hydrogen peroxide for mouthwash?

    It’s dangerous if people dilute hydrogen peroxide without professional knowledge. It’s better to use hydrogen peroxide mouthwash that already diluted.

    Is it good to use hydrogen peroxide as a mouthwash?

    Hydrogen peroxide has antimicrobial properties and can help kill bacteria in the mouth, which may reduce plaque and symptoms of gingivitis. Improper use, such as using too strong a concentration or using it too frequently, can lead to irritation or damage to the soft tissues in the mouth, including the gums, or can cause tooth sensitivity.

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