Why Doesn't My Deodorant Work?

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Deodorant or antiperspirant is a hygienic toiletry applied on the skin particularly under the arm. It is used to control perspiration and unpleasant body odor. The effectiveness of deodorant depends on the chemistry of the body and practice of proper hygiene.
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Your deodorant might not work because you sweat to much. It may also not work because it is not the proper strength. It is a good idea to test different brand deodorants to find the right one.
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