Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- What is the best deodorant / antiperspirant for sensitive skin?
- An antiperspirant doesn't actually prevent odor; instead it blocks your sweat ducts with aluminum salts, thus reducing the amount of perspiration that is able to reach your skin.
- When you use antiperspirant to prevent sweating, you deprive these organisms of the moisture they love.
- For example, we do not use bar soap, dental floss, laundry detergent, Q-Tips, antiperspirant, deodorant, charity lotteries, or soup.
- Switch over to natural brands of toiletries, including shampoo, toothpaste, antiperspirants and cosmetics.
- In pursuit of dryness, almost 90 percent of Americans make a point of dabbing on a leading deodorant or antiperspirant at least once a week, according to a New York-based research company.
- The study found no link between women's antiperspirant or deodorant use, before or after shaving, and a higher occurrence of breast cancer.
- Anyways, my point is that everyone should apply long-lasting deodorant or antiperspirant on a daily basis because smelling like sweat is definitely a turnoff for everybody.
- If your sweat is within the normal range, you aren't likely heading for a Botox treatment, but you may still be pondering which is the right antiperspirant / deodorant for you.
- On the other hand, if your armpits get sweaty and damp when it's hot, try using a better deodorant or antiperspirant, and also remember to keep your arms nice and low.
- Confused about which antiperspirant and/or deodorant is right for you?
- I suggest leaving a stick of deodorant or antiperspirant at the office in case you need to apply more throughout the day.
- Applying antiperspirant to feet can significantly reduce the sweating that stimulates the growth of aroma-producing organisms.
- This highly effective antiperspirant is applied to dry skin before bedtime.
- She recently stopped wearing antiperspirant because she heard the aluminium in it can give you breast cancer, so she's constantly sniffing her armpits and spritzing herself with perfume.
- It went away when a lovely doctor gave me antibiotics and told me to stop using antiperspirant - though not until I'd already seen one doctor who thought I should get checked for cancer.
- Unlike other products enhanced with antiperspirant, it feels grippy, not tacky.
- I shower twice a day, and have tried every antiperspirant on the market but nothing stops my terrible underarm sweating.
- Why is it that if we wear antiperspirant we don't smell until it wears off?
- To reduce staining from the antiperspirant, apply it only at night on dry skin.