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A counter scattered with a brush, a contact-lens case and deodorant.
The Icelandic researcher, 71, unraveled one of my childhood’s biggest mysteries — why my mom and sisters always insisted I needed another dab of deodorant when I thought I smelled perfectly fine.
In 2010, a pregnant Jaime Schmidt was inspired to start developing an all-natural deodorant with transparent ingredient labeling.
Recess’s Bacteria Fighting Face Wipes saw a year-over-year increase of 89%, while its deodorant wipes experienced a 52% sales increase and face cleansing wipes saw a 44% increase.
Wipes, including makeup wipes, deodorant wipes and body wipes, had become popular over the last five years as more sub-categories emerged.
They tried frantically to remedy the situation by the use of this toothpaste and that, and this deodorant and the other.
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
A Deodorant is a substance which neutralizes or destroys the unpleasant odors arising from matter undergoing putrefaction.
As a deodorant, keep in an open vessel a sponge or cloth saturated with the Chlorides full strength.
A disinfectant is not necessarily an antiseptic or a deodorant, nor are these last necessarily disinfectants.
Chloride of lime, or bleaching powder as it is often called, is a good disinfectant, as well as a deodorant.

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