deodorant


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deodorant

[dē′ōd·ə·rənt]
(materials)
A substance used to remove, correct, or repress undesirable odors.
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Gamier Men Mineral Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Protection 5 from Poland boasts 72-hour protection along with five more attributes--anti-odor, anti-humidity, anti-irritation, anti-white marks and anti-yellow stains.
Since then, the Texas Procurement and Support Services Division at the state comptroller's office has been advertising for bids from contractors who want to provide deodorant, said comptroller's office spokesman R.
Rawle predicts a stellar year for the launch of Nivea Invisible for Black and White deodorant and is especially pleased to introduce relevant products that satisfy customers but also increase Nivea's growth by +28.
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.
In addition to proven anti-perspirant ingredients, the innovative new formula contains precious avocado extracts and superior moisturizing lipids compared to conventional deodorants, making NIVEA Deo Double effect the first to offer:
PRODUCT: Palmolive Soft and Gentle Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, pounds 1.
He said he was satisfied Lynx manufacturer Unilever provided enough warning on its cans that excessive amounts of the deodorant should not be used in a confined space.
TO celebrate the arrival of new NIVEA Deodorant Double Effect, NIVEA Deodorant@ and the Coventry Telegraph are giving four readers an incredible Beach Confidence Kit so they can spend the rest of the summer months strutting their stuff bursting with inner confidence.
Police eventually confiscated two cans of deodorant and let the children get back on the bus.
LOS ANGELES -- A small pilot study at a community hospital in the Midwest challenges the common wisdom that breast cancer patients should shun aluminum-based deodorant when being treated with external radiation.
Buy some deodorant at the drugstore, and encourage her to try "this great new deodorant that doesn't leave shirt stains.