Today is another grooming & basics day. Phillip's Sonicare is giving away 2 of their top of the line cleaning systems (it's way more than just a toothebrush) ($189.99) and Equman is giving away a complete set of luxury precision underwear (undershirts are $100 a pop).
We've discussed the importance of one's grill several times before, and we've offered a few solutions. Today we're offering the Maserati of at-home dental care — Sonicare FlexCare+.
It does everything from whitening your smile (in just two weeks) to making your breath fresh as… as… our Urban Gent Pinbacks
· Bad breath and yellow teeth are the biggest turn-offs on a first date, even more than baldness and acne
· The majority of Americans say that a smile is the first characteristic they notice when meeting someone new.
Learn more and purchase Sonicare, here.
From heavy weight boxing champions to NFL players to professional golfers Equmen is being worn but all who not only want high quality underwear, but underwear that will enhance the body and physical performance. Equmen lowers back pain, improves posture, provides balance and better circulation, and provides temperature control with its technically advanced fabric.
Learn more and Purchase, here.
3 readers will be chosen today. To win you must comment on this post, comment on our Facebook, and/or re-tweet on Twitter. Link to us on your Facebook/Twitter pages, and tell all your friends and associates. The Sonicare FlexCare+ is actually sold out almost everywhere these days, so to get your hands on one is a really good look. Good Luck!
Prepare for our Ultimate Holiday Giveaway that includes sooooo much good stuff, probably too much good stuff.
More information on a survey taken about oral health below:
Americans place a high value on the importance of oral health, yet there is room for improvement when it comes to practicing proper oral hygiene at home, according to a nationwide survey of 1,008 adults released today by Philips Sonicare, the #1 recommended power toothbrush by U.S. dental professionals. The findings suggest that consumers have good intentions toward taking care of their oral health, but need more education and motivation to follow through with standards of care.
Americans value their own personal hygiene and make no exception when it comes to others. When meeting someone new, a person’s smile was cited as the number-one characteristic that attracts positive attention (47 percent). Aspects of oral hygiene such as bad breath (89 percent) and yellow teeth (79 percent) took the lead for major first date turn-offs, outranking other physical traits like acne (52 percent) and baldness (21 percent).
Ninety-seven percent of respondents agree that oral hygiene is as important as or more important than physical health when it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle and the overwhelming majority claim that they follow dental professional guidelines around brushing twice a day (90 percent). However less than half brush their teeth for the dental professional recommended two minutes, which may help to explain why 80 percent of Americans suffer from some form of gum disease, according to the National Institutes of Health.