Who Invented Deodorant?

Answer

The use of deodorant dates back to the 9th century. In 1888 deodorant began to be commercially produced for sale. Deodorant is thought to have been invented in the U.S. by a inventor who didn't receive credit for his invention. His name has therefore been forgotten.
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The name of the person who invented the first commercial deodorant, called Mum, has been lost. However, Mum is still sold today- under the brand name Ban.
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