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deodorant

[dē′ōd·ə·rənt]
(materials)
A substance used to remove, correct, or repress undesirable odors.
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Overall, Western European sales of deodorants reached nearly $4.
In addition, it provides its unscented deodorants through beauty salons and department stores worldwide.
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These deodorants dry instantly, the company says, and won't rub off on the user's shirt or feel sticky.
Altogether, these brands have a combined 36% value share of deodorants in Sweden.
With party season almost upon us, a deodorant that can stand the pace of all that dancing is a must.
Most store-bought deodorants and antiperspirants have a slew of man-made chemicals that could cause wide-spread systemic damage to the body.
The tastefully gift wrapped stick of hard working For Pits' Sake Natural Deodorant can be sent anonymously or as a gift.
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