Saturday, 31 March 2018

Nano Intensive Teeth Whitening Strips

Nano Intensive Teeth Whitening Strips

For as long as I can remember I've been self conscious about my teeth. They've never been very white and growing up one of my front teeth crossed over the other. Years later they're straight thanks to two years of wearing a brace - typically I had mine fitted when everyone else had theirs removed. The joy of being a late bloomer and not getting my adult teeth until I was sixteen!

Over the years I've tried every whitening toothpaste Boots stocks and a few at home whitening kits and strips. The only ones I ever found to work were the Crest White Strips, but they are a pain to get hold of and they made my already sensitive teeth even more so. I'd kinda given up finding something affordable that worked when White Wash kindly sent me some of their Nano Intensive Whitening Strips* to try out.

What's particularly attractive about the Nano Intensive Whitening Strips is that they're affordable at £25 a pack and my local Boots stock them. No more buying from possibly dodgy US websites! But do they actually work?

Nano Intensive Teeth Whitening Strips

The Nano Intensive Whitening Strips come in a box of 28 sealed packs, with each one containing a longer strip for the upper teeth and a shorter one for the bottom. It's a fairly long commitment of almost a month to whiten your teeth but I would literally try anything if it promised a smile I would be happy with. They're super easy to apply; you simply brush your teeth and try to dry them out a little with a towel before applying the sticky strips over your teeth and leaving for an hour before removing.

I tend to lay the strip across my teeth and starting at the middle I press and shape them over each tooth so that the edges are as covered as possible. Otherwise not all of the tooth will be in contact with the whitening gel. Most strips normally need to be worn for 30 minutes so the Nano Intensive Whitening Strips do require twice that time, but that's where I think they excel as they're really gentle. I was honestly expecting them to hurt almost straight away, but one hour down the line and my teeth were not hurting at all. After a few days of using them the staining on my canine teeth completely disappeared and guess what? Still no pain.

I've now finished the entire course of Nano Intensive Whitening Strips and they've clearly made a difference. I'm no longer worried about wearing more orange hued lipsticks which historically made my teeth look yellow and it's really helping my confidence. You guys, I've even been smiling more. Who is this new person?! Joking aside, I'd highly recommend these and will be picking up another pack for a bit of maintenance here and there.

Have you whitened your teeth before and do you like the sound of these?

Laura

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Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Chloe Nomade Eau de Parfum


When Chloe release a new perfume, my senses are intrigued. Over the years I've worn and adored several fragrances from the brand and their newest release; Chloe Nomade*, sparks the same curiosity.
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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Pink For Spring? Breaking My Style Rules


Ice-watch ICE loulou watch review.

If there's a couple of things I'm certain about when it comes to my personal style, it's that comfort will always win and you'll never see me in too much colour. I'm just not interested in cramming myself into a gorgeous yet crippling pair of heels and neutral colours are just my jam, what can I say!

But that doesn't mean my wardrobe has to be completely boring and void of colour. In fact, I've started to slightly bend my style rules and have been known to wear a coloured beret here and there (much to my husband's distain). Accessories for me are the perfect way to inject some colour and interest into my outfits. The newest addition is my new candy pink watch from Ice-Watch*. I've been admiring their watches for some time so it was a dream come true when they said they wanted to send me one to try out. The only difficult part was choosing a watch as they have an enormous selection of colours and styles to choose from.

Ice-watch ICE loulou watch review.

Ice-watch ICE loulou watch review.

I have a few classic style watches with leather straps so I went completely away from my usual style and choose this gorgeous candy pink number from their ICE loulou collection*. There's a fair few different colour combos to choose from but this pink and red colour way just called to me. The red underside adds an extra little edge to it and it's slotted in seamlessly with my monochrome tendencies. Pink, grey and black just work, am I right? Plus add in a bit of denim and a blazer and I'm a very happy (and comfortable) bunny.

Ice-watch ICE loulou watch review.

Ice-Watch also have different sizes to choose from so even though I have child-like wrists I had no problem finding the perfect fit. The amount of times I've had to have more holes punched into watch straps in the past has become a little embarrassing! This particular watch is actually a medium but a small would also be a good fit for me. It sits nice and flat on the wrist and the silicone strap is buttery soft and super comfortable to wear. I've had so many compliments on it too as it really is striking. I'm thinking pink is my new obsession, well now that I have the watch and matching beret. What's next, pink loafers? Actually, I won't joke about that as it could happen this spring, you've been warned...

What do you think of my new Ice-Watch? Is pink a hit for you too?

Laura

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