How do you use Old Spice deordorant?

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Old Spice has several deodorant products. However, the basic method of application of each one is consistent. Proper application prevents sweat and helps maintain a pleasant odor.

  1. Get clean

    Before applying the product, take a shower, or at least wash the armpits. Cleaning rinses away existing sweat and odors. Otherwise, the product only masks these problems.

  2. Twist and apply

    Typical Old Spice deodorants have a twist feature at the bottom used to push the product up through holes at the top. Twist a couple times and check the dispenser holes. When adequate product is released, run the deodorant up and down each armpit twice.

  3. Sniff and re-apply

    It is better to start with a moderate amount to avoid excessive application, which creates a strong smell. If the initial application is too light, twist again and reapply.

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1. Take a thorough shower. Old Spice deodorant works by targeting the bacteria that eat dead skin cells. The gas released by the bacteria is what gives stinky people their bad stench
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The Shulton Company, original producer of Old Spice, was founded in 1934 by William Lightfoot Schultz. The first Old Spice product was a fragrance called. Early American Old Spice
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Old Spice Deodorant's slogan is, "The mark of a man. Men can fight armpit odor
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I like them all and rotate every couple of months so I don't get used to just one scent. I just switched from Classic to Swagger and they both smell great!
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