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    Default Deodorant failing

    Can you become immune to deodorant? I use one brand but I've noticed it doesnt really work anyone, and I end up stinking very embarrassing.

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    I found this happening a lot with roll on deodorant. I now use a stick deodorant (can't remember what it is called but it's purple), haven't had any issues and have been using the same one for nearly 2 years.

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    I do, I love the Mitchum powder fresh deodorant, but once a year I change to another brand (usually dove) because it stops working. Once the dove runs out I go back to Mitchum and it works again.

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    I've found the Mum brand the best

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    I use Nivea spray

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    I was using nivea spray but changed to the roll on. Works much better and last longer too

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    The stick ones are so good. I swear they create the best seal ever! No smell. Mine's the purple one too.

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    Driclor from the pharmacy is the strongest..... Use sparingly and you will end up only needing it ever 4-7 days.

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    Yep I switch every couple of bottles between rexona and dove then back again. Changing scent isn't enough, have to change brands completely. I've always used roll on but might try stick

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    I've been using Rexona spray for ages without a problem.


 

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