What’s in the mouthwash?

Liquid Filler

Distilled Water - Hydration

Natural Sweeteners

Xylitol - Birch tree derived sweetener that starves the cavity causing bacteria/inhibits bad bacteria.

Stevia - Natural Sweetener

Chemical element

Zinc Gluconate- A form of Zinc salt that helps neutralize bad breath.


Aloe Vera - Plant that is natures best soothing and healing solution, which is rich in vitamins and minerals.

Echinacea - Natural herb that nurtures immunity.


Lactobacillus Reuteri - Decreases S. Mutan ( bacteria causing caries) in saliva and Lreuteri exposure was the reduced prevalence of Fnucleatum ss vincentii and Fperiodicum, which may be linked to reduced biofilm formation and reduced gingivitis development

(Probiotic/good bacteria it crowds out the bad bacteria)

Lactobacillus paracasei - High capacity to antagonize important oral pathogens, including Streptococcus mutans (caries causing bacteria) and Porphyromonas gingivalis (linked to periodontal disease)


Inulin - Chickory root derived prebiotic that feeds the good bacteria and helps freshen breath.


Bromelain - Pineapple enzyme that may naturally increase whitening effect.

Essential oils/extracts

Cranberry Seed Oil - Derived from cranberry seed decreases biofilm and does not allow bacteria to attach to the tooth.

Grape Seed Extract - Derived From grape seed and helps strengthen teeth and is a powerful antioxidant.


Leucidal Liquid - Fermented good bacteria that restricts bad bacteria and acts as a natural preservative.


Sodium Bicarbonate - Baking soda which helps remove stains and helps balance pH to that of a healthy microflora.

Natural Flavoring - for taste and to freshen breath


What is the recommended serving size?

About a teaspoon or two (once or twice a day) is sufficient.
I'd treat the Riven Rinse like you would any other mouthwash.
You'll start seeing benefits of a healthier oral ecosystem with continued, long-term use. 

Do I shake the bottle before each use?

Yes, please shake thoroughly before each use. 

Do I rinse with water after?

Nope. We want the Riven Strains to be able to do its magic in the mouth. They'll do all the work for your oral ecosystem so you can get to doing more important things.

Do I rinse before or after brushing and flossing?

If you're using a fluoride or hydroxyapatite toothpaste, you'd want to rinse first to allow the Fluoride to coat your teeth. If you prefer using a fluoride free paste, use the Riven Rinse after.

What is the shelf life? Where is the expiration?

We produce the Riven Rinse in small batches to ensure maximum potency and effectiveness so we recommend using the Riven Rinse within 6 months of opening. You can find the expiration date above the barcode.

How often should I use this?

Preferably twice a day or once at night.

How long can I use it for?

Ideally you should be using the Riven probiotic daily to keep your oral biome strong and healthy but people with an especially damaged biome, who've spent years removing all the good bacteria and upsetting their bacterial ratio, 2 months minimum is what we'd recommend. We won't be mad if you use it forever.