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03 June 2012

Rexona Women Clinical Protection

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been trialling the new Rexona Clinical Protection deodorant, courtesy of Soup.

No, not the type of chicken soup you’re thinking.

Soup – Word of Mouth Marketing. If you’re interested in trialling new (and varied) products, visit their website, HERE.

Soupers were involved in a Rexona Clinical Protection challenge and were asked to use only this antiperspirant for a 4-week period while monitoring their perspiration levels.

 

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We were meant to ONLY apply this antiperspirant and night and then none during the day – which personally, I found a little hard to do. I guess putting on deodorant is just as much a habit as brushing teeth. I applied at night and then caught myself spraying in the morning too. Whoops!

Pros: It has a lovely scent and is a creamy consistency. Easy to apply. Works for 48 hours, so it may be a little more expensive than other antiperspirants, but in the long run, it’ll last longer.

Cons: The cap needs to be tweaked. It seems to either clog up or ooze out everywhere.

 

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Work, stress, exercise, social functions – they all add to our perspiration levels.

 

But what makes you relax after a particularly stressful experience?

 

Come back in a couple in a couple of days, because Rexona Clinical Protection are giving one Samelia’s Mum reader a $150 voucher to spend… and not necessarily on antiperspirant.

Intrigued?

4 comments:

  1. The quickest way for me to relax is reading a book - preferably one about murder, suspense, serial killers, forensics - definitely very different from anything I have in my life that adds up to a stressful day. A cup of tea with it is always good too!

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  2. The best way for me to relax is to sit down and clear my head, close my eyes and take deep breaths. I find this very calming.

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  3. Stitching! That's my relaxation. I think I'd find it hard to only put deodorant on at night. Like you said, it's a daily routine!

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  4. Reading, watching television or engaging in any crafting activity.

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