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The history of oral hygiene products

The history of oral hygiene products: how far have we come in 6000 years?
Stuart Fischman

The Pros and Cons of Fluoridation

Fluoride is the ionic form of fluorine, the thirteenth most abundant element in the earth’s crust. It is released into the environment naturally in both water and air.

SKIN CARE ON A BUDGET

When building a skin care routine, it’s important to remember that products don’t need to be expensive to be effective.

Understanding Hair Loss!

Hair grows everywhere on the human skin except on places like the palms of our hands and the soles of our feet, our eyelids and belly buttons, but many hairs are so fine they're virtually invisible.

Bad Breath? Or Halitosis?

Halitosis can cause significant worry, embarrassment, and anxiety but it is relatively easy to remedy.

Abrasion, Polishing, Stain removal of your Toothpaste

To evaluate, using conventional in vitro procedures, the abrasivity, enamel polishing properties, and stain removal effectiveness of various commercial dentifrices that have a variety of compositions and are marketed for cleaning, whitening, and/or polishing capabilities, and to examine their relationships between stain removal and abrasivity.

TIPS FOR HEALTHY HAIR

How you wash your hair and the products you use can go a long way toward maintaining smooth, shiny hair. Follow these simple tips from dermatologists to maintain healthy hair.

What’s the best shower frequency?

In many parts of the world, taking a shower every day tends to be the norm. However, from a strictly medical perspective, it is not necessary for most people to shower this frequently.

Protected by a safe toothpaste Abrasivity

Dental professionals hear a lot of opinions about toothpaste abrasivity. There are misunderstandings about the meaning of relative dentin abrasion (RDA) values and what they convey about the safety of a toothpaste.

VEGAN BEAUTY TAKEOVER!

The use of animals in the cosmetics industry has been high on the public’s ethical agenda for decades, most notably for animal testing.