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Old 10-12-2015, 10:57 PM   #1
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Default I plan to start using women's deodorant next week

One of my friends told me he uses women's deodorant because it's not as strong and doesn't make him itch like men's deodorant. And that it smells good and the ladies like it?


Can someone please explain to me what the **** he is talking about? LOL
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Old 10-12-2015, 11:12 PM   #2
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Hmmmm, I bet some of the "guys" liked it too

Have you heard of men doing this?
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Old 10-12-2015, 11:47 PM   #3
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One of my friends told me he uses women's deodorant because it's not as strong and doesn't make him itch like men's deodorant. And that it smells good and the ladies like it?


Can someone please explain to me what the **** he is talking about? LOL


IDK!!! I have never heard any men say their deodorant makes them itch! Maybe he just has sensitive under arm skin!
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I always wondered why there are male and female type deodorants, how different a scent is there? Or is because men are stinkier than woman?
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Old 10-13-2015, 12:04 AM   #5
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I always wondered why there are male and female type deodorants, how different a scent is there? Or is because men are stinkier than woman?


LOL!!! I think "Secret" was the first woman's deodorant that went on the market. I remember the commercials as a kid and wondered how much different could men's armpit sweat be from women's?
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Old 10-13-2015, 12:08 AM   #6
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My ex-girlfriend said she used men's deodorant because it lasted longer than women's.
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Old 10-13-2015, 12:13 AM   #7
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LOL!!! I think "Secret" was the first woman's deodorant that went on the market. I remember the commercials as a kid and wondered how much different could men's armpit sweat be from women's?

Well I ain't using no women's deodorant LOL
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LOL!!! I think "Secret" was the first woman's deodorant that went on the market. I remember the commercials as a kid and wondered how much different could men's armpit sweat be from women's?


Awwww, yes,, good old "SECRET"---Strong enough for a "MAN," but made for a "WOMAN"
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Awwww, yes,, good old "SECRET"---Strong enough for a "MAN," but made for a "WOMAN"


Yes!!! And another early woman's deodorant was Soft N Dri with the pretty lady octopus advertising!!


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Yes!!! And another early woman's deodorant was Soft N Dri with the pretty lady octopus advertising!!


www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKpy0oBFhbE
Soft N Dry is TERRIBLE. It works like crap and your pits end up stinking in just a couple of hours. Soft N Dry does not go on smooth and it does not work to last long at all. I like Secret powder fresh or tropical scent.

TVFactFan, men's deodorants have a very strong scent while the women's deodorants have more of a flowery scent.
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Soft N Dry is TERRIBLE. It works like crap and your pits end up stinking in just a couple of hours. Soft N Dry does not go on smooth and it does not work to last long at all. I like Secret powder fresh or tropical scent.

TVFactFan, men's deodorants have a very strong scent while the women's deodorants have more of a flowery scent.


I didn't even know they still made Soft N dri!!!

Remember in the old days the spray deodorants? They don't make them anymore right? Or the roll ons back than were really wet and liquidy. Not like the solid waxy kind that we have now!!! Ban was a good (unisex) roll on deodorant back than!!! We don't really have set deodorants we use here. We seem to always buy different kinds. Whatever name brand that is the cheapest at the store were at! !! With a shower every day , I find them all nowadays to work pretty well!



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^^^ Wow, those pictures are very retro! I'm having major flashbacks!
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I didn't even know they still made Soft N dri!!!

Remember in the old days the spray deodorants? They don't make them anymore right?

My dad still uses the original formula of Right Guard spray deodorant. They sell it at drugstores.
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Soft N Dry is TERRIBLE. It works like crap and your pits end up stinking in just a couple of hours. Soft N Dry does not go on smooth and it does not work to last long at all. I like Secret powder fresh or tropical scent.

TVFactFan, men's deodorants have a very strong scent while the women's deodorants have more of a flowery scent.

Maybe TVFactFan wants to smell pretty.
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