Sunday, May 20, 2012

Active Ingredient In Deodorant

Do you read the back of your deodorant to see what the active ingredient is?
You'd be surprised how different they can be. Now the three types I will focus
on today are not the only ones out there, I just want to give you an idea of the

aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex GLY (15.2%)- good for the person
who hardly sweats at all or if you're not leaving the house and there's not much
of a chance that you will sweat. This deodorant doesn't irritate my underarms.
Out of the three, this one is the least expensive.

aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex GLY (20%)- If you know you will 
be sweating a lot you should get this one. This deodorant doesn't irritate me. 

aluminum zirconium trichlorohydrex GLY 20% (anhydrous)- If you
know you're going to sweat so much you might offend someone...get this one
for sure. The only draw back to this deodorant is if you use it for several days
in a row, your underarms may get some irritation. This one usually cost the

active ingredient in deodorant

                            ' Deo' B.O. Poem

Read the back of your 'deo'
to make sure it's strong enough for your B.O.
If you hardly sweat you'll be good with the weakest,
but if you use the wrong one you'll smell like a stink fest.
Suppose you'll be out in the heat
it's a good chance that you'll surely stink.
Be sure you buy the strongest 'deo' you can
or you may be left lonely by a smell others can't stand.

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