This post is sponsored by Global Influence. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
Does your antiperspirant give you 48 Hour instant dry protection?
I like to believe that most people have had issues with their antiperspirant over the years. It isn’t just a problem that women deal with, though the focus in main stream culture is to focus on how women shouldn’t be ones to sweat or show that they are perspiring. On the other hand men are shown as rugged and sweat covered often; though I have known many men who battle with antiperspirant issues.
Personally growing up I always had issues with perspiration and could never find the right kind of deodorant to use. I was constantly embarrassed by the smell and sweat stains that would build up on my t-shirts when I was a preteen and teenager. It got to the point in school that I would try to mask the scent with perfume because so many people had or were still teasing me for my body odor that I could not control. I had finally thought I had found a good deodorant option as I graduated high school only to come across the issue that it would leave white stains on my dark colored shirts.
To this day I have many black shirts that were ruined by the infamous deodorant stains that caused me some really embarrassing moments during speeches and other fancy events that I have participated in. The deodorants that I have been using ruin my wardrobe and often causes me to buy new shirts, even when the last ones that I bought weren’t purchased all that long ago.
Because of all of this I became pretty excited when I saw the commercial for the NEW Dry Spray Antiperspirants from Degree Men, Degree Women, Dove, Dove Men + Care and Axe. I will be following their Ditch The Ick campaign and will be purchasing the Dove Dry Spray Antiperspirant at Walmart to try to save my t-shirts before they get their infamous doom and are covered in white stains.
Do you have any interesting stories about how your deodorant has affected you negatively in the past? If you do I would love to hear about them and why you would consider trying this new dry spray on antiperspirant.