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Bathroom & personal care

Which? research reveals the vitamin supplements you don’t need

Which? research reveals which ingredients in vitamins and food supplements have actually been shown to work - and which have doubtful benefits.

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Best Buy bathroom scales for 2016 revealed by Which? tests

Which? tests bathroom scales for the first time in ten years, and finds an impressive five new Best Buys as well as scales worth avoiding.

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Don’t pay full price for electric toothbrush heads

Colgate, Oral B and Phillips electric toothbrush heads are on sale so often that we think you shouldn't pay full price for them.

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Christmas gifts for the home

Christmas gift ideas for the home, including coffee machines, blenders and vacs - but not every gift is good enough to be a Which? Best Buy.

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Luxury and eco-shower sales on the rise

Choosing the right shower for your bathroom can be tricky. There is a range of types and brands, as well as lots of jargon. How do you make the right decision?

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Which? reveals head lice treatments that work

Tearing your hair out trying to get rid of nits or treat head lice? Which? surveyed parents to find which nit treatment is best and if cheap treatments work.

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Is Oral B Pro 6000 ‘smart’ toothbrush worth buying?

Which? reviews the Oral B Pro 6000 Smart Series electric toothbrush. The first brush with smartphone app. Find out if this hi-tech toothbrush is worth it.

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Five things you didn’t know about toothpaste

From teeth whitening to sensitive teeth, Which? experts scour the toothpaste claims and the five things you need to know before you buy toothpaste

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Confused by SPF, UVA, UVB? Which? reveals safe sun creams to use

Research reveals consumers are confused about labelling on sun creams. Which? explains what SPF, UVA and UVB ratings mean and which sun creams are safe to use

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NHS dentist access: real choice is out of reach

A Which? investigation into finding an NHS dentist finds dental practices are advertising appointments on NHS Choices but refusing them when patients call.

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