When you see a new product on the market you want to know if it really does what it says. Claims that are listed on a store page of a brand may look impressing, but how can you be sure that the product is good?
And this is a moment when bloggers are stepping in. Beauty and lifestyle bloggers are ready to tell you more about all new stuff on the market and share with you their sincere opinion.
As Brush Me! is new in the game, you may need more info about it. And here you can find out things about BrushMe! past...
When someone says "teeth whitening" people usually think of a difficult and sometimes even painful process. In our mind are poping out images of LED lamps, whitening strips (which are irritating gums so much btw) and tons of money we need to spend to achieve the result. Well, it is time to change these perceptions, cause teeth whitening can become a part of your daily routine with no extra time and money loss!
Here are 6 simple steps you need to know to get white and healthy smile withBrush Me!pastes:
Finally it is a time when we can speak about Christmas...When you think about Christmas which smell is mostly associated with this holiday season? A hundred people were asked to smell a dozen different odors in order to answer this vital question. Here's what they found out:
Subjects reported that rose odor was more related to summertime, whereas orange, cinnamon, and cloves were more associated with Christmas season with cinnamon being most intimately connected to this time of the year. Moreover, subjects sh...
Everyone want to have beautiful strong teeth. But what you should do to achieve this goal? Here are some tips for those who want to feel confident showing their smile!
1. Choose wisely what you drink and eat
If you want to have strong enamel its high time to reduce sugary and acidic food and drinks. Artificial sweeteners and colouring will damage your teeth. Moreover, they could cause enamel loss and as a result extra sensitivity.
2. Avoid toxins in teeth care products
Yes, we are back to toxins :) Go to your bathroom and chec...
It is not a secret that lots of cosmetic products contain gallons of chemicals. But what about toothpastes? You can say that pea-sized drop of your paste won't harm your health. But if you are using it two or three times a day? Over the course of a lifetime, the average American uses about 20 gallons of toothpaste. That means that it is important to know what is your toothpaste made of.
So here are 5 toxic ingredients You should avoid:
While triclosan has been shown to help prevent gingivitis, the benefit comes...