antiperspirant


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antiperspirant

an astringent substance applied to the skin to reduce or prevent perspiration
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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.
In 2018, the global antiperspirant and deodorant market is estimated to be worth about $72.7 billion.
Said Horowitz, "Perhaps there are imported products with cheaper costs in the market, but can they stand the test of time; will the consumer be happy with the results; will the body wash dean, refresh and last; will the antiperspirant really work; ultimately will the consumer trust a product that goes on to their body that has an unknown and unknowable source?" The answer is on our back label: "Manufactured in New Brunswick, New Jersey USA."
If you apply antiperspirant when you already are sweating, your sweat will wash away the product before it can start to work--and, yes, you can use antiperspirants on other body areas besides your underarms.
The treatment options include next-generation antiperspirants that contain aluminum zirconium trichlorohydrex, which, he said, are more effective and less irritating than previously available products.
And after a long day in the office the antiperspirant, which promises 24 hour protection, still appeared to be working well.
Other doctors are looking at antiperspirants, which block lymph ducts located in the armpit, which may prevent the release of estrogen waste products.
New evidence emerged today in the controversial debate over whether antiperspirants and deodorants are linked to soaring levels of breast cancer in the UK.
It's not bad, but it can be irritating: Skin is sensitive right after shaving, so use a specially formulated antiperspirant like Ban Beautifully Smooth Soft Solid AntiPerspirant Deodorant ($4, at drugstores) It has skin savers like vitamin E and chamomile.
Which antiperspirant stops sweat best: stick, roll-on, gel, or spray?
One group sprayed their feet for three to five nights before a 21-kilometer hike with a strong antiperspirant; the second group sprayed their feet with a placebo.
You're in your 20s, you shave your armpits and you use a roll-on antiperspirant, your armpits have been red and inflamed and you have painful lumps in one of them.