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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None of the major research companies record sales of compressed aerosol formats, which was pioneered by Unilever and used across all of its deodorant brands.
When we first came to market, it was to fill a void of feel-good, great smelling, natural deodorant that actually works" says Jaime Schmidt, founder of the Portland, Ore.
Jerry Rosenblatt, founder and CEO of Crystal, helped create the natural deodorant category in 1984 after discovering that mineral salts used to purify water also worked as a natural hypoallergenic deodorant.
Euromonitor International's Deodorants in Norway report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.
Euromonitor International's Deodorants in Georgia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.
AXILLA DEODORANT PASTE, however, I find works as well as any rival brand I've tried.
Dry spray deodorant is the top-selling antiperspirant product globally, according to Unilever, which has introduced dry spray to more than three dozen countries.
Consumers will thus begin to care more about which deodorant they use and are expected to be keener to experiment to find the deodorant that is most suited for them.
This antibacterial deodorant liquid cream roll-on is great for sensitive skin thanks to certified Organic Aloe Vera, sunflower oil and skin protecting vitamin E.
Green Tidings All Natural Deodorant (Vegan, Unscented) ingredients:
Throw out your current deodorant and give this one a try.
PRODUCT: Palmolive Soft and Gentle Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, pounds 1.