antiperspirant


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antiperspirant

an astringent substance applied to the skin to reduce or prevent perspiration
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The new spray technology, premium dry antiperspirant experience, and strong protection have not only been recognized by the beauty and grooming industry as a whole, but have also garnered overwhelming excitement from men and women across the country.
On closer inspection of the data, which named the products responsible for not stopping the subjects from sweating the subjects had clearly named products that are known to be deodorant with no antiperspirant properties whatsoever.
Dr Sarah Cant, senior policy and information officer at Breakthrough Breast Cancer, said: "There is no reliable scientific evidence to suggest a link between deodorant or antiperspirant use and breast cancer.
She said aluminium salts in antiperspirants were a major source of exposure to aluminium in humans.
Adults and teens who use antiperspirant every morning get another daily dose of aluminum.
I put antiperspirant on my feet -- and hands -- and I not only stayed warm, my hunting boots didn't smell near as bad when I got home.
Right Guard[R] has been a top selling antiperspirant deodorant brand since the launch of the first aerosol deodorant in the early 1960's.
1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- One year ago, Unilever shook up men and women's routine by transforming the antiperspirant experience in the U.
Innovative Brands is also introducing two lines of Sure antiperspirant and deodorants designed specifically for men and women.
Unilever, which will invest 65m [pounds sterling] in advertising and promoting its deodorants this year, is hoping to capitalise on the renaissance of the aerosol with two recent launches: Sure Girl, a spray-on antiperspirant designed for teenage girls; and Dove GoFresh, which is aimed at women in their 20s.
MAKERS of Sure antiperspirant have turned their product on its head.
Then she rolls on some aluminum-filled antiperspirant, wondering if it will give her a nasty case of Alzheimer's disease.