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    Embarassing!! Do you find that the brand you use loses its effectiveness over a period of time (a few months ect) Like your body builds up a resistance?

    Whats the best, longest lasting deodorant you use?
    I use Dove (the no white marks one), and i find it doesnt work as well for me now.

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    I dont really know about effectiveness but i do find it depends on what i have eaten. I use spray when i have been eating fairly healthy. I use the dove stick when i have been laying into the garlic. If it was alot of garlic and wine.. i tend to use both!

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    I use Dove roll on occasionally and it wears off too, and it leaves a residue on my skin that takes me ages to scrub off in the shower.

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    Is the roll on the same as the stick?

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    I do really physical work and I sweat heaps...I use baby powder as a base then spray dove on top. But I'm tempted to try the really expensive rexona stuff sold at Woolies just to see if it's as good as it says.
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    I had this issue, but I switched to rexona clinical protection and it's been amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    I had this issue, but I switched to rexona clinical protection and it's been amazing!
    Yeah, I think that's the one I'm looking at trying.

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    i might try it next time. Thanks

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    I use the garnier roll on and it's been the best one I've used without going to the rexona clinical.

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    I use Mitchum powder fresh. Longest lasting, best working one I have found, but once a year I need to give it a break for a month or it stops working.


 

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