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Degree Men Dry Spray Antiperspirant and Deodorant, Adventure 3.8 oz

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  • A lot of recipes I've seen for spray deodorants call for colloidal silver. Do you consider that to be a significant addition? I'd like the most effective deodorant possible but I'd prefer a cheaper method if colloidal silver is non-essential. Thanks!

    A lot of recipes I've seen for spray deodorants call for colloidal silver. Do you consider that to be a significant addition? I'd like the most effective deodorant possible but I'd prefer a cheaper method if colloidal silver is non-essential. Thanks!

  • So, would I give up my 25 year plus relationship with Arrid XX Dry? Yes, but not because Arrid failed me. I just prefer the convenince of the new bottles to what I see now as a clunky, inconvenient Arrid spray can. I also prefer the mild baby powder scent of Dove Men Care spray to the pleasant, but overpowering Arrid fragrance. I was truly surprised all the of the new spray antiperspirant deodorants for men I tried work as well as they do.

    I tested all 3 of these new spray antiperspirant deodorants the same way. Sprayed them on after my shower, wore a tight t-shirt through the day, went an entire 24 hours with my shirt on exercising etc.., and smelled the shirt when I woke up the next day to see how it held up.

  • Unilever’s R&D process isn’t limited to scientific labs. The global marketplace, it turns out, can serve as a valuable testing ground for products destined for the North American market. Outside of North America, the stick is not king. Internationally, the most popular format by far is spray deodorant. You may have tried it at some point in your life, depending on how old you are, and it probably came in a really tall can; aerosol antiperspirant spray has been around since 1967, and the only real innovation in this format for the North American market since then came in the form of taller cans. Spray deodorant never really took off in America — it might have been the less sophisticated formulations of a few decades ago, or environmental concerns about the ozone-eroding propellants used in the aerosol cans. But having successfully launched Dry Spray antiperspirants in 37 countries around the globe, Unilever has had a chance to test and perfect its formula, and to develop a more sustainable, compact package with a more effective spray mechanism that doesn’t rely on harmful CFCs as propellants.

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The earliest moments in your day don’t get questioned much. Shower, shave, slap on deodorant, reach for the coffee. It’s your routine. It’s the way you’ve always been doing it. Your go-to antiperspirant might be a stick, a gel or a roll-on — but it's probably a stick. It would never occur to you to use a spray deodorant — nobody's really used those since the '80s, have they? No doubt there were valid reasons it fell out of style. You have more important things to think about. You stick with the stick.