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antiperspirant

an astringent substance applied to the skin to reduce or prevent perspiration
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Deauville then took the brand, which was introduced by Faberge more than 35 years ago as a sports-oriented antiperspirant, and reintroduced it as a high-quality value alternative to the nationally advertised men's brands.
By asking patients what they have been using and what the problem is, and understanding why aluminum chloride failed them in the past, he has found that he could get "four out of five of these patients to be happy and not perspiring with topical antiperspirants, often prescription strength, even though virtually all of them are ready to go for neurotoxins when I first meet them.
Studies in recent years have highlighted a possible link between the aluminium and parabens used in antiperspirants and deodorants and breast cancer in women.
Encourage him to start a new habit of putting on his antiperspirant at night, right at bedtime.
MAKERS of Sure antiperspirant have turned their product on its head.
Recent research has linked breast cancer with the use of aluminium-based, underarm antiperspirants.
3) You might have a buildup of dry skin thanks to antiperspirants and shaving.
She said aluminium salts in antiperspirants were a major source of exposure to aluminium in humans.
ORAL DEODORANT: Joining the crowded shelf of deodorants and antiperspirants is a new stink-free solution called Body Mint.
Antiperspirants work by plugging sweat glands with aluminum salts.
The latest evidence will add fuel to the debate over whether antiperspirants and deodorants are linked to soaring levels of the condition.
EVIDENCE emerged today in the controversial deba te over whether antiperspirants and deodorants are linked to soaring levels of breast cancer in the UK.