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Latest Products
Gojo Purell Hand Sanitiser Pump 300ml

Gojo Purell Hand Sanitiser Pump 300ml£4.99

Gojo Purell Hand Sanitiser Bottle 100ml

Gojo Purell Hand Sanitiser Bottle 100ml£2.99

Gojo Purell Hand Sanitiser Pump 60ml

Gojo Purell Hand Sanitiser Pump 60ml£2.26

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BioMinF Toothpaste 75ml

BioMinF Toothpaste 75ml£7.50

BioMinC Toothpaste 75ml

BioMinC Toothpaste 75ml£7.50

BioMinF Toothpaste KIDS 37.5ml

BioMinF Toothpaste KIDS 37.5ml£4.99

Oral-B Glide Floss Picks, Pack of 30

Oral-B Glide Floss Picks, Pack of 30£6.82

Wisdom Woodsticks, Pack of 100

Wisdom Woodsticks, Pack of 100£1.80

Swirl Fluoride Mouthrinse 500ml

Swirl Fluoride Mouthrinse 500ml£5.99

iWave Interdental Brush Green, Pack 5

iWave Interdental Brush Green, Pack 5£2.48

Latex Gloves - Large Pk100

Latex Gloves - Large Pk100£8.50

Tepe Bridge & Implant Floss, Pack of 30

Tepe Bridge & Implant Floss, Pack of 30£6.40

Tepe Interdental Yellow, Pack of 8

Tepe Interdental Yellow, Pack of 8£3.94

Recent Blog Entries
Monday, 28 September 2020
The Wonders of Vitamin D

It’s that time of year when the leaves are starting to fall from the trees and articles on the importance of taking Vitamin D supplements seem to be everywhere. This year, Vitamin D has been getting more coverage than normal due to claims that being deficient of the ‘Sunshine Vitamin’ may increase your risk from Covid-19. Whilst the stance of Public Health England (PHE) remains that there is insufficient evidence to support taking vitamin D supplements to prevent or treat Covid-19, there are some interesting observations from other parts of the World.

Wednesday, 24 June 2020

As lockdown eases and we continue to live with coronavirus, many of us are considering wearing a face mask when we are out in public and social distancing becomes more difficult. At the time of writing, the BBC reports that face coverings have been made compulsory in England and Scotland when travelling on public transport and in Wales it is still a recommendation. It seems like the rules are constantly changing and the number of different types of masks feels over whelming. In this article below we summarise the two most important.