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an astringent substance applied to the skin to reduce perspiration

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Using an over-the-counter (OTC) antiperspirant or deodorant (or a combination antiperspirant-deodorant) daily, after your shower, can help remedy armpit odor.
BASE swab sample was taken immediately after a shower, using hot water and plain soap (with no antiperspirants or antibacterial substances).
The key to keeping body odor and sweat under control, according to Axe Gold, is using a good antiperspirant deodorant and topping it off with a few sprays of daily fragrance.
The strategy behind Power Stick proved successful, and in 2010 the company introduced the Soft Whisper by Power Stick brand, which aimed at women and included antiperspirant sticks, as well as body washes, shower gels and body sprays.
Unilever has set out to prevent white marks on dark clothes and the formation of yellow stains on white clothes that are a typical woe of deodorant and antiperspirant users.
By asking patients what they have been using and what the problem is, and understanding why aluminum chloride failed them in the past, he has found that he could get "four out of five of these patients to be happy and not perspiring with topical antiperspirants, often prescription strength, even though virtually all of them are ready to go for neurotoxins when I first meet them." The remaining 20% will need botulinum toxin A to block nerve endings from communicating with the smooth muscle in the eccrine gland, which is required to push sweat out of the gland.
The agreement will see Syria phase out over 12 years 50% import duties on EU-made toilet waters and perfumes; eye make-up; manicure and pedicure preparations; cosmetic powders; shampoos; hair lacquers; hair straightening and waving chemicals; deodorants; antiperspirants; bath salts; and soaps.
Antiperspirants will work much better if they're put on at night, before going to sleep.
When it comes to antiperspirants the important thing is how it smells and whether it lasts.
In 17 breast cancer patients studied the research found "significantly higher" levels of aluminium in the underarm region of the breast where antiperspirants are sprayed than in other parts of the breast.
3) You might have a buildup of dry skin thanks to antiperspirants and shaving.
She said aluminium salts in antiperspirants were a major source of exposure to aluminium in humans.
If over-the-counter antiperspirants aren't leaving you as fresh as springtime, try Botox.
The latest evidence will add fuel to the debate over whether antiperspirants and deodorants are linked to soaring levels of the condition.