Product Review: Biomed Superwhite Mouthwash

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I have been using Biomed Superwhite Mouthwash by Splat for months now. It is a lovely mouthwash, free from many artificial ingredients, and does the job perfectly! As I mentioned in a previous post, I am eliminating many skincare and lifestyle products. I am now opting for natural cruelty-free products. In my search for a natural mouthwash free from fluoride, I stumbled upon Biomed Superwhite Mouthwash and I have used it every day since then.

Biomed Superwhite Mouthwash Ingredients

This mouthwash contains 9 key ingredients. Natural enzyme papain helps to remove dental plaque, and coconut extract promotes healthy gums.  L-Arginine, zinc, copper, and magnesium help to strengthen and restore tooth enamel.

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Here is a message from the brand –

SPLAT ethically and scientifically, develops and manufactures professional oral care solutions for the whole family. We are a family-run business that strives to create the very best products that will provide healthy oral care solutions and will promote some happiness around the world, one smile at a time.

Here are my thoughts on this Vegan mouthwash –

PROS
  1. This mouthwash gradually whitens the teeth naturally.
  2. I have sensitive teeth and this mouthwash helps reduce my sensitivity.
  3. It is 99% natural.
  4. I love the coconut fresh breath I get after using it.
  5. It strengthens and restores tooth enamel.
  6. This mouthwash is free from fluoride, triclosan, chlorhexidine, parabens, saccharin, SLS/SLES, synthetic aroma, and colourants.
  7. It is super affordable at £2.66 for a 500ml bottle (at the time of writing).
  8. It is safe to use for children age 6 and above.
  9. A little goes a long way.
CONS

None.

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I really like this Biomed Superwhite Mouthwash. It ticks all the boxes for me. I can’t imagine going back to using a regular mouthwash now that I have used this mouthwash for months. You can grab a bottle to try yourself on Amazon. The link to the shop is below –

Thanks for reading, sharing, and commenting. Have a fab week ahead.

Charity of the Month – Samaritans

The charity of the month is Samaritans. Many of us are familiar with this charity and the amazing work they have been doing for years. This year, many charities like the Samaritans are working even harder to help people overcome mental health issues. Prior to 2020, Samaritans responded to a call for her every 7 seconds. Since the pandemic started, the charity now responds to a call for help every 6 seconds. It is wonderful to have charities like the Samaritans available to help those in need. This year has been hard for many with plenty of ups and downs. Those struggling with mental health issues will find it even harder. Many are struggling with isolation, anxious about their or their loved one’s health, worrying about the future, or are fighting on the frontline to save lives. All these have an impact on physical and mental health.

Charity of the Month – Samaritans

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How you can help

Here are some ways you could help –

Donate

You can donate to the Samarians. Your donation could help Samaritans answer more potentially life-saving calls for help. You can donate here.

Volunteer

Samarians are always looking for volunteers to help save more lives. You could volunteer and get involved. Check out the website for more information on how to volunteer with the Samaritans.

Shop the online store

You could shop the online store and grab a few bits for yourself while saving lives at the same time. There are loads of fab Christmas gifts currently available, from foodie treats to presents for the kids.

Fundraise

You could also organise your own fundraising events and raise money for the charity. There are loads of fundraising events ideas from couch to 5k to football matches. The fundraising choice is yours.

Many people especially at this time of the year and with all what is happening. Do your own bit if you can and save lives. You can also check out other charities Fashion and Style Police supports here.

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day.

 

Hanging up the hoofs: A look at Enable’s biggest victories as the iconic horse is retired

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Following a poor showing at the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe earlier this month, it has been announced that Enable, who was one of the front-runners in the horse racing betting to win the historic Paris race for the third time, will be retired. The wet ground ruined her chances at Longchamp, and legendary flat jockey Frankie Dettori, who built a close relationship with Enable over the years, admitted that he cried when he found out the news.

“I did cry last night. It was a bit of an emotional moment because we were thinking about rolling the dice one more time. So it was a blow” Dettori told the Guardian.

“Now that I know that she’s safe and she’s gone, I’m able to slowly be touched by emotions and just look at the wider picture. She’s done so brilliantly for all of us and I love her.

“I’m never going to forget her. I went to see her this morning. We had a tremendous journey for three-and-a-half, four years. She was the horse that most touched my heart.”

Enable won 15 of her 19 races – 11 of which were at the top Group One level – including two Arcs, the Yorkshire and Epsom Oaks, and King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes. With that in mind, let’s take a look at a few of Enable’s biggest victories. Read on to find out more!

2017 – Epsom Oaks (Group One)

The 2017 Epsom Oaks was met with thunder, lightning, and torrential rain, but it wasn’t enough to stop Enable from winning her first Group One race, and Dettori from landing his 17th English Classic. The John Gosden-trained horse entered the race at 6/1 but emerged as the front-runner at the two-furlong marker. Although odds-on favourite Rhododendron put up a late challenge, Enable stayed on strongly and won by five lengths.

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2017 – King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes (Group One)

Following on from her dual Oaks wins at Epsom and Curragh, Enable overshadowed her opposition again at Royal Ascot, in King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes. Gosden’s filly proved why she was the 5/4 favourite as she stormed into the lead two furlongs out, going on to win, with a healthy four-and-a-half length victory over Ulysses.

2017 – Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (Group 1)

Enable and Dettori rounded off their amazing 2017 season, which also included a five-length victory in the Yorkshire Oaks, with a win in Europe’s richest horse race, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. With Longchamp closed for refurbishment, the historic race was instead being held nearby, at Chantilly. Enable shot into the lead 300 metres out and stayed on strong to win by two-and-a-half lengths over Cloth Of Stars.

2018 – Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (Group 1)

Enable was the favourite to win the Arc again, as it returned to Longchamp, in 2018, and, she did just that. Similar to the previous year, she emerged as the favourite with 300 metres to go. However, after racing lengths ahead, she started to run out of steam, and it looked as though 6/1 shot Sea Of Class was going to catch her before the line. But, in dramatic fashion, Enable held on to win by a short neck.

2019 – Coral-Eclipse (Group One)

After beating Magical by three-quarters-of-a-length to win the Grade One Breeders’ Cup in November 2018, Enable kicked off her 2019 season with a win in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown – beating her old foe Magical by the same distance. In doing so, she became just the third of her sex to win the British Champions Series race, alongside Pebbles (1985) and Kooyonga (1992).

2019 – Yorkshire Oaks (Group One)

Following on from a second victory in Ascot’s King George, Enable added a second Yorkshire Oaks to her lengthy list of victories. Just four horses lined up for the 2019 edition of the race, and, somewhat unsurprisingly, Enable and Dettori set-off as the 1/4 favourites. Ryan Moore and Magical were unable to stop Enable again, as she went on to win by almost three lengths.

2020 – King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes (Group One)

Little did we know it, but Enable’s third King George victory at Royal Ascot would be her last Group One win. Just three horses started the race on the day, and it came as no surprise when Dettori and Enable stormed over the line well clear of Sovereign and Japan.

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