Friday, June 8, 2007

Degree Ultra Clear


I think this product should be called: Degree Ultra Crappy. I do NOT recommend this deodorant at all. I am constantly looking for the cure to sweaty pits and have not found it. What do you recommend?

9 comments:

TLC said...

although i haven't tried it yet...Secret has a new one out that's supposed to be prescription strength deodorant. i'm thinking of buying some to take with me on my Florida vacation!

Lauren said...

I constantly struggle with this isue. It haunts me. If I come to any significant conclusions, I will let you know, I trust you will do the same for me!

hsl said...

I think I am immune to all deoterants. It is embarassing. I pitted out in Las Vegas....ewwwwwwwwwww. So, if you find something, please pass along ASAP

Two/Dos Pretzels said...

I live with this daily struggle, as well.

I'm currently using Secret Platinum. It's working. Sort of. Most of the time.

I used to use Women's Mitchim. "So effective you could skip a day." Yeahhhhh...riiiiiiight...

Turtle Parade said...

I'm a Mitchim user...have been for years. (The clear gel kind). It works great for me. I honestly can remember using another brand - I'm sure I did, but I have no idea what.

wrestling kitties said...

There is this stuff you can buy at most drug stores called Certain Dri. It is in a white & green box. It is a prescription strength anti-perspirant you can use at night before you go to bed a few nights a week. It helps to limit how much you sweat. I use it in the summer and it surprisingly works! (www.certaindri.com)

I also use Dove Deodorant (with the clear cap) and I have to say i LOVE it!!! It is awesome and works wonderfully!!! (even for any of us sweaty people!!) P.S. you can go to Dove.com and get free samples!!

Iris Took said...

WK - you are awesome! WOW! What great responses.

Metacognitive Musings said...

I am also a great fan of certaindri. Had a problem in high school...used it for two years and have never had a problem with my armpits again. I am, however, worried that there is some horrible armpit disease I will get when I am 70 for forever blocking my sweat glands...but it may have been worth it.

Anonymous said...

Get Botox. I did it for 5 years and didn't sweat for 6 months after the injections. It costs $1,000.00, but most insurances will cover it if you get a letter from your dermatologist saying that you have HYPERHYDROSIS, which means you sweat a lot.