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Boots is priciest for toiletries, according to Which? research

Boots is priciest for toiletries, according to Which? research

We tracked the prices of 61 everyday toiletries products and found that Boots was the most expensive store - charging 15% more than the cheapest retailer.

Brexit: is your supermarket shop getting pricier?

Brexit: is your supermarket shop getting pricier?

Prices rise on the cost of a basket of popular groceries for the second consecutive month following Brexit. Use Which? tips to save on your shopping.

Brexit: 10% of people now more likely to make home improvements

Brexit: 10% of people now more likely to make home improvements

After Brexit, 10% of homeowners are more likely to do home improvements instead of move. See Which? advice on home improvements, from kitchens to conservatories

Hive launches smart and affordable LED light bulb

Hive launches smart and affordable LED light bulb

Hive, owned by British Gas, launches smart and affordable LED light bulb you can control from your mobile or tablet, wherever you are

Five dementia products you don’t need

Five dementia products you don’t need

New Which? research shows that claims made by some supplements about cutting your risk of dementia are not backed up by scientific evidence.

Top five barbecue care tips to avoid a fire

Top five barbecue care tips to avoid a fire

As firefighters report an increase in barbecue fires, Which? presents its top five tips on caring for your charcoal or gas barbecue this summer.

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Eight shampoo claims that don’t quite stack up

Eight shampoo claims that don’t quite stack up

Hair experts dish the dirt on shampoo claims - from parabens and sulphate free shampoo to hair growth shampoo, including L'Oreal Elvive, Dove and John Frieda.

Got a hangover? We reveal the painkillers that work the best

Got a hangover? We reveal the painkillers that work the best

After new year, what painkillers work best? Aspirin, ibuprofen or paracetamol? Which? experts reveal when it's worth paying more for painkillers or pain relief.

‘Deceptive’ Nurofen painkillers pulled from Australian shelves

‘Deceptive’ Nurofen painkillers pulled from Australian shelves

Nurofen manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser (Australia) must pull identical Nurofen ibuprofen painkillers for period pain, back pain, tension headache and migraine.

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda fire-risk tumble dryers safety alert

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda fire-risk tumble dryers safety alert

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryers safety alert issued because of fire risk fault. Find out if you're affected, and what to do next.

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