FAQ’s

How does H2Ocean help with dry mouth?

One of the main ingredients, xylitol, will help you to salivate.

Can my kids use H2Ocean?

Yes, since our mouth rinse is alcohol & fluoride free, it’s safe for all ages.

Is H2Ocean safe to use if I have diabetes?

Xylitol’s low glycemic index makes it diabetic safe.

How does H2Ocean help cancer patients?

H2Ocean can provide a therapeutic rinse for patients experiencing ulcers, dry mouth, infections, gum irritations, or lesions due to radiation treatments. You will NOT get the typical burning sensation that you get from alcohol based mouthwashes.

How often should I rinse?

We recommend 2-3 times daily as needed, especially after eating, smoking, and before bed.

Is H2Ocean better than the warm water salt mix my dentist recommended?

Yes, it contains lysozyme which is an antibacterial enzyme that will help to speed up the healing process along with fighting bacteria & infections. Our sea salt contains vital nutrients & minerals that a normal table salt you might use at home does not contain.

Can I swallow H2Ocean mouthwash?

Although it is not intended to be swallowed, it is safe to do so.

Which flavor will I like?

Depending on your taste preference, people that like salty foods tend to like the Arctic flavor more. People that do not like salt or prefer sweet, will enjoy the Lemon Ice as it hides the salty taste better.

Will H2Ocean help my sore throat?

Yes, H2Ocean mouth rinse will help to relieve a dry, scratchy throat and painful swallowing.

Should I use other mouthwashes with H2Ocean?

No, using another mouthwash that may contain harmful ingredients would alter the beneficial properties of the natural ingredients & enzymes contained in H2Ocean.

Should I use H2Ocean before or after brushing?

We recommend rinsing after you brush.

What is the shelf life for H2Ocean?

Shelf life is 3 years, but keep in mind that all bottles are marked on the bottom with an expiration date.

Can I dilute H2Ocean with water?”

It is not recommended. Diluting H2Ocean with water would compromise the effectiveness of the mouthwash.