The Burning Sensation During Mouthwash; Is it a Good thing OR a Bad Thing?
The burning sensation is alcohol burning either small fissures or cuts in your cheek tissues, or an allergic reaction to the mouthwash. If you have sloughing skin after using it, it's an allergic reaction.
There's no reason to suffer to get the benefits of mouthwash. I recommend alcohol-free mouthwash, such as Crest Pro-Health Alcohol Free mouthwash. It looks like this: http://www.amazon.com/Crest-Pro-health- … B003CP12O8
Also, mouthwash should be used as an addition to proper oral care, such as brushing and flossing. For more on how to brush and floss properly, and why it's important, please consult my articles on the subject.
I hope that helps!
I agree with Faceless 39. The burning sensation is due to the alcohol content of the mouthwash. While alcohol is antiseptic, it is also a risk factor in oral cancer. I believe that is why there are now alcohol-free mouthwashes on the market.
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