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“Silvine Refill Pad....”

published 17/03/2016

AdvantagesGreat price, good quality, paper is easy to write on,

DisadvantagesNone at all from me, a great notepad

...leads me nicely onto the product that I am going to be reviewing today and that is my Silvine Refill pad. I was first introduced to the Silvine products when I was at work. We used the brand and tend to have their spiral note pads as well as their A4 pads which is like the one that I am going to be reviewing today. Here are my thoughts on the product. You can purchase the pad in a number...

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“Perfect Pads”

published 14/07/2016

AdvantagesCheap, get the job done


...I have been cleansing my face every night for about the last 10 years or more. I use a simple cleanser and whatever cotton wool pads are cheapest. The reason I use cotton wool pads rather than cotton wool balls is because I simply cannot stand to touch cotton wool as I think it feels awful and the cotton wool pads just dont have the same feel to them. I tend to do most of my shopping at Tesco...

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“POC Knee Pads”

published 08/04/2016

AdvantagesGood quality, supportive, lightweight.

DisadvantagesCan be expensive, will wear over time.

...those joints supported throughout exercise. Here we have the POC branded Joint VPD Knee Pads. These pads are designed to protect your knees and are designed for the joints. POC also produce hard support for bone, for your elbows, knees and legs. The type of pads I am reviewing are the softer ones designed for joint support. These pads are rather plain in black with large white ?POC? lettering down...

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