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The oral care subscription plan that’s changing the way we brush

November 19, 2020 0 min read

Our subscription box provides all the tools you need to keep your teeth and gums healthy and bright, all while remaining environmentally sustainable. Learn how we’re transforming the way people think about their oral health.
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How to stop your old toothbrush ending up in landfill

November 16, 2020 0 min read

The 3.6B plastic toothbrushes used worldwide each year are a major contributor to the enormous amount of plastic in our oceans and in the ground. The main reason toothbrushes are causing so much environmental damage is because there is still no easy way for people to recycle them at home. Floe have the solution.
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How can you tell if you have gum disease?

October 30, 2020 0 min read

For most of us, gum disease causes zero pain and zero discomfort. This, however, does not mean it can be ignored. If you allow it to develop, it can lead to periodontitis – the much more severe cousin of gum disease – which can cause you to lose your teeth and weaken your jaw. Here are the 9 tell-tale signs that you could be suffering.
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Which everyday foods decay your teeth the most?

October 23, 2020 0 min read

We’re warned from childhood that too many sugary foods will rot our teeth. But sugar isn’t the only thing that causes those harmful dental cavities - here are 5 everyday food and drinks you may want to think twice about before eating to stave off cavities and keep your teeth white.
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Why isn't your mouth as healthy as your body?

October 16, 2020 0 min read

More people than ever are committed to maintaining high levels of physical fitness. But unfortunately, our oral health is suffering due to the lifestyle choices that come along with intense training and exercise programmes.
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Why do elite athletes suffer with their oral health?

October 16, 2020 0 min read

We think of elite athletes as people in peak physical condition, who would leave no part of their health to chance. But a landmark study found that professional sportspeople’s oral health is statistically worse than that of the general population.
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How coffee affects your teeth, your breath and your oral health

October 12, 2020 0 min read

The dreaded “coffee breath” is a nasty by-product of the world’s most popular drink. But actually, coffee’s impact on our overall oral health is far more destructive than just bad breath.
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Why the dental care timebomb may provide an opportunity for reform

October 08, 2020 0 min read

The pandemic has caused issues in every part of health and care, but the problems in dental care appear particularly acute. Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, these problems were already mounting.
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Why not Bamboo?

September 02, 2020 0 min read

Bamboo toothbrushes are not good for your teeth, and perhaps not as good for the planet as you think...
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What is compound interest when it isn't financial?

August 17, 2020 0 min read

Small adjustments can have a major impact on health, personal finances, relationships, and pretty much any other aspect of your life. Especially when compounded over time. Cut out the afternoon coffee at an average cost of £3. Yearly gain = £1095. Set the alarm clock half an hour earlier. Yearly gain = 7.6 days. And it’s not just the extra money or time, it’s the compound effect of what you do with it instead.

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Why do we have two toothpastes in our subscription boxes?

August 17, 2020 0 min read

By transforming brushing your teeth twice from a mundane routine into a beloved ritual we’re looking to solve this problem for the final third. Our first two flavours are designed to stimulate an invigorating and soothing feeling respectively.
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What does circular mean in the oral healthcare industry?

August 17, 2020 0 min read

There are two circular applications that can be applied to the oral healthcare industry. The first consists of using natural raw materials instead of materials made from oil. For example, limiting use of plastic where feasible, and using dental floss in glass jars rather than plastic tubes.
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