Unilever, the global leader in deodorants and antiperspirants
, used its decades of research and expertise to create a breakthrough, lightweight formulation and a softer spray that millions of Americans now use daily.
or deodorant, there is a huge market for these products in Western Europe and the US.
A large number of scientific studies have investigated breast cancer risk factors, however there is no good evidence to suggest that either deodorant or antiperspirant
use or exposure to aluminium can increase the risk of developing this disease.
Total Defense(TM) 5, the newest addition to the Right Guard[R] line of antiperspirants
and deodorants, has partnered with NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice for the program's ninth season.
We realized men and women weren't giving as much thought to what their underarm routine was missing," said Matthew McCarthy, Senior Marketing Director of Antiperspirants
and Deodorants at Unilever.
We are thrilled to offer Sure antiperspirant
and deodorant formulas specifically for men and women," says David Greenberg, vice president of marketing.
use tends to be higher in consumers over 30 so we spotted a gap in the market and wanted to make sure there were appealing options for younger customers," says Murray Bischopp, deodorant category manager.
And after a long day in the office the antiperspirant
, which promises 24 hour protection, still appeared to be working well.
Other doctors are looking at antiperspirants
, which block lymph ducts located in the armpit, which may prevent the release of estrogen waste products.
Delyth Morgan, chief executive of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, added: 'This extremely small study does not demonstrate a direct causal link between deodorant or antiperspirant
use and developing breast cancer.
It's not bad, but it can be irritating: Skin is sensitive right after shaving, so use a specially formulated antiperspirant
like Ban Beautifully Smooth Soft Solid AntiPerspirant
Deodorant ($4, at drugstores) It has skin savers like vitamin E and chamomile.
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