When I go to the drug store, I see so many different types of deodorant. Putting aside the huge number of scents, many offer a variety of features as well. Some feature antiperspirants while others claim to block body odor better than others. Does it really matter which one I get?
There exist among us, walking around as if they were also smelly animals, beings who do not produce any underarm odor, yet still insist on using deodorant, the better to hide their secret odor neutrality from the rest of the foul-smelling world. Some of these strange creatures might not even realize just how odorless…
Jenni Pulos and her pair of sock puppets would like to pounce on you in an urban jungle and mercilessly hawk some new Secret Outlast deodorant while also groping your breasts. Is that cool? Doesn't matter! Jenni Pulos and her puppets will do it anyway because they need to tell you the good news — disliking white…
Lucky for Edna Murphey, people attending an exposition in Atlantic City during the summer of 1912 got hot and sweaty.
This summer, I have a public service announcement: sweating is hot.
This week's Beauty 101 covers everything from dealing with body odor to making perfume last longer. You had questions, and your fellow readers have provided the answers:
I was approximately 12 years old when my mother bought me my first stick of deodorant. She gave it to me right before I entered sixth grade, and it was, at the time, the most grown-up product I'd ever owned.
"Carelessly groomed women indicates a "I couldn't care less-about your opinion of me!" attitude. [...] In the sizzle of summer -or in the winter when heavier garments may create a perspiration problem, a good deodorant will solve this problem." [ModernMechanix]
Ladies, you really stink. And do you know why? It's because you're so damn emotional. But never fear, loves, for Degree deodorant is here to let you know that it's okay to "dare to feel."
New studies suggest that women can tell when a man is sexually aroused from his sweat, but apparently no one wants to know, as "clinical strength" antiperspirants have proven a huge hit for deodorant makers.
Deodorant brands Sure and Dove are set to release new deodorants next month that promise to slow underarm hair growth with regular use. The brands, both made by Unilever, are said to use a "pro-epil" complex which supposedly slows the rate of hair growth. Unilever believes that the new products will be popular with…