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deodorant

[dē′ōd·ə·rənt]
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A substance used to remove, correct, or repress undesirable odors.
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Yet, despite all this activity in deodorants, antiperspitants are still driving the category, accounting for 45% of the market [IRI Market Data MAT 18 March 2006].
So using deodorants which also act as anti-perspirants could put us at risk.
The one-hand application feature makes deodorant application much easier for those with mobility issues that are caused by various physical limitations.
However, German consumers are the most hygiene-conscious, with 68% claiming to use deodorants daily or almost every day, compared to 58% of Italians and 63% of Spaniards.
These four new deodorant additions are powered by odor stopping baking soda, feature coconut oil to nourish and protect underarm skin and have fabulous organic aromas and a non-scented version.
For those who prefer a spray deodorant or a quick freshen-up this is great.
Please enjoy this hard working natural deodorant sent to you from a caring friend," the Daily Mail reported
Tom's of Maine Clean Confidence and Mountain Spring deodorants are available at a suggested retail price of $4.
All antiperspirants and deodorants come with a warning stating that they should not be used on broken or irritated skin but many women either ignore these warnings or fail to take them seriously.
The department has a good programme on hygeine, including using deodorants, so students are aware of the need to shower and change clothes everyday.
Summary: Experts at NIVEA DEODORANT who specialize in combining effectiveness with beauty have developed a unique new deodorant -- NIVEA Deo Double effect.
This week, we asked the ladies from Hopscotch Nursery in Liverpool to get fresh with the latest underarm deodorants.