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Fashion & Style Police Reviews Pearl Drops and Arm & Hammer

I mentioned in a previous post how I am super obsessed with white teeth. And all about my teeth whitening experience so far. If you have read that post, then this product review post should not surprise you. I had an opportunity to review Pearl Drops Lasting Flawless White Toothpaste and Arm & Hammer Total Pro Clean + Repair Toothpaste. Both products are great. I will definitely be using them again as they have both stepped my oral health game.

 

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Pearl Drops Lasting Flawless White

I have used this toothpaste for weeks now and I really like. I have used a couple of Pearl Drops products before, so I knew I was going to like this toothpaste as soon as I got it!

Pearl Drops Lasting Flawless White Toothpolish has been developed by our Whitening Experts to deliver superior stain removal and protection for a brighter, whiter, healthier smile. Combining our most efficient and low abrasion cleaning agents with our patented Stain Prevention Technology, Peral Drops Lasting Flawless White restores the tooth’s natural surface, smoothing imperfections and improving shine, whilst removing surface stains to deliver outstanding whitening.

 

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PROS
  1. I like the packaging. It looks good.
  2. It cleans my teeth perfectly.
  3. I like the taste. It is not too minty.
  4. This toothpaste is readily available at Boots, Superdrug and Tesco.

 

CONS

None.

 

Arm & Hammer Total Pro Clean + Repair Toothpaste

Now I really like this toothpaste. This is the first Arm & Hammer product I am trying, and I am completely sold!

 

The chief of all toothpastes. This formula does everything, and we mean EVERYTHING, other total toothpastes do. In addition, kickass baking soda gives your mouth an awesome all round deep clean, plus it is packed with Active Calcium to strengthen teeth making it waaaaay more total.

 

 

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PROS
  1. I like the shocking taste. I definitely wasn’t expecting a toothpaste to taste like what this tasted. So it was a pleasant surprise. You need to try it for yourself to understand.
  2. It cleans my teeth so well.
  3. I like the bright packaging.
  4. It is readily available at Boots, Asda, Superdrug, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and many more stores.
  5. This toothpaste is also great for sensitive teeth.

 

CONS

None.

 

What do you think of these products? Have you tried any before? Please do tell.

 

*Collaborative post.

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Fashion & Style Police Reviews Shea Moisture

I am a huge fan of Shea Moisture hair products. I have used them for years since I transitioned to natural hair, and the products have been amazing for my hair. So you can imagine my excitement when I got the opportunity to review some Shea Moisture hair products from the Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence range.

I have only used Shea Moisture hair products for Dry and Damaged hair because that was where my hair was at 2 years ago. It was extremely unhealthy and looked horrible. But thanks to Shea Moisture and some other great hair products, my hair is not where it used to be. It is growing at a terrific rate and I am looking to all the things I would do with my natural hair soon.

 

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Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence range

I have fallen in love with the products in this range and I know I will be implementing them into my hair care routine. Here are the product descriptions for each product.

 

Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence Conditioner

Amazonian Cupuaçu Butter, certified organic Raw Shea Butter, Passiflora and Pistachio Oils blend together in a conditioning formula that softens and detangles thick, wavy, protein sensitive hair. Smoothes and shields humidity-prone hair against weather conditions and pollution that can cause frizzy flyaways and poofing.

 

 

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Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence Shampoo

Gently cleanse and hydrate thick, wavy hair with this sulfate-free shampoo, great for protein-sensitive hair. Amazonian Cupuaçu Butter, certified organic Raw Shea Butter, Passiflora and Pistachio Oils blend together in a moisture-replenishing formula that smooths and shields humidity-prone hair against weather conditions and pollution that can cause frizzy flyaways.

 

 

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Shea Moisture Raw Shea and Cupuacu Frizz Defence Styling Gel Cream

This conditioning styling gel provides crunch-free definition and shine with lasting hold to thick, wavy hair. Amazonian Cupuaçu, certified organic Raw Shea Butter, Passiflora and Pistachio Oils blend in a protective formula that smoothes and shields humidity-prone hair against weather conditions and pollution that can cause frizzy flyaways and poofing.

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PROS
  1. The products smell amazing! I can still smell the shampoo and conditioner on my hair, hours after rinsing out.
  2. The shampoo is quite watery, unlike other shampoos I have used. I like the fact that it has a watery texture. I find it easier to apply.
  3. The shampoo and conditioner left my hair feeling very soft, clean, moisturised and tangle free.
  4. I like the fact that the products are sulphate-free.
  5. These products are great for protein sensitive hair.
  6. The packaging is vibrant.
  7. The products are quite affordable at £10.99 each at Boots stores.

 

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CONS

None. I can’t fault this range.

 

I love all three hair products, and I recommend them to anyone dealing with thick, wavy hair. These are the hair products you need to keep your hair soft, shiny and tangle free.

 

What are your thoughts on these Shea Moisture products? Please sound off in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading.

 

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Product Review: Clinique Skincare Products

I love testing out new products and telling you all about it. I am always in pursuit of the next best beauty product, so expect many beauty reviews. I have used a few Clinique products in the past, and I found them good, so I decided to test out a few more, to see if they could become my regulars.

 

Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter

This is my first time using a body butter. I have heard quite a lot of good things about body butters in general, so I decided to give this Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter a try, and I am happy I did. I have been using it for weeks now, and I love it!

 

 

Here is the brief product description –

Luxurious, butter rich body cream penetrates dryness prone skin, delivering a new kind of softness to elbows, knees and heels. So silky, skin drinks it up instantly, stays soothed and comforted all day. This body butter softens rough, dry skin and is easily absorbed into skin. Works for all skin types.

Here are my thoughts –

PROS

  1. It is fragrance free.
  2. It is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin.
  3. It moisturises the skin perfectly, leaving feeling soft, silky and smooth.
  4. A little goes a long way.
  5. It is easily accessible at Boots, Debenhams, and many beauty stores.
  6. It does not leave the skin oily or greasy.

CONS

  1. It is a bit pricey at £35 for a 350ml jar.

I may be buying this Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter again because I like it. The only issue for me is that I think it is a bit too expensive for what it is.

 

Clinique Smart Custom Repair Serum

I got this serum because I love trying face serums, and I am in need of a good, affordable face serum. I have tried a few great ones, but I found them too pricey and was not able to continue using them. And that is how I bumped into this Clinique Smart Custom Repair Serum.

 

 

I have been using this serum for weeks now and I have quite a lot to say about it, but first here is the product description –

Here is a custom serum smart enough to understand your skin’s past and change its appearance in the future.

– Addresses the appearance of uneven skin tone, lines and wrinkles, firming, or radiance
– For all ages, all ethnicities
– Five years of research
– Patented technology

Here are my thoughts –

PROS

  1. Small and compact to carry around if needed.
  2. It feels great on the skin. It leaves my skin feeling soft and clean.
  3. A little goes a long way.
  4. Great for all ages and skin tones.
  5. It is fragrance free.
  6. It is easily accessible in most beauty stores like John Lewis, Clinique Website, and many more.

 

CONS

  1. Too expensive at £49 for a 30ml bottle.
  2. I have not noticed any massive difference on my face, so I am not sure it is doing much if any.

Overall, I know I won’t be buying this serum again.

 

What do you think of both products? Have you used any of them before?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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