Samuel J. Holmes (prettz) wrote in iboughtsoap,
Samuel J. Holmes
prettz
iboughtsoap

_deoderant

I got some Right Guard Xtreme (sport) w/ power caps the clear gel type. It's scent is "Chill" and it's officially considered an Anti-Persperant. BTW, the capsules give it 'Extra Power'. The capsuls are little blue specks and they dont show up on your skin when applied, sugio!

It's net weight is 3 ounces, 85 grams. The cap is silver and it is easily removed with less than a pound of force in an upward, or downward if that's the case, direction. It has a twist knob on the bottom of the stick which you spin in a clockwise circle to push small, or large, amounts of the deoderanty goop out to the end of the stick through various rectangular openings in a grid at the use end of the stick.

I apply it evenly by 'painting' it along my armpit. It makes me smell winter fresh like a virgin snow.

Here's the "Drug Facts"

[Active Ingredient] [Purpose]
Aluminum Zirconium Tatrachlorohydrex GLY 18.3% w/w ...... Antipersperant
[Use]
Reduce underarm perspiration
[WARNINGS]

Do not use on broken skin
Stop use and ask a doctor if rash or irritation occurs
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
[Directions]
apply to underarms only
[Inactive Ingredients]
water, alcohol denant, cyclopentasiloxane, propylene glycol, dimethicone, trisiloxan, PEG/PPG-18/18 dimethicone, fragrance, lactose, cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, chromium hydroxide green, iron oxides.

The barcode is 0 47400 27590 4 and right above the barcode is a small addendum to the fancyness of the package.

"New Power Caps(tm) added capsuls of breakthrough odor protection that goes on clear!"

It's copyrght The Gillette Company 2002.
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  • 3 comments
I'm not entirely sure deodorant could be considered soap, per se. Soap seems to require the presence of water to become activated or at least to reach its full potential as a hygenic tool.

I retreat from antipersperants, myself. I always consider that sweating is something I want to promote when working out so I can more happily remove toxins from my body. That's just me, though; some folks might mind getting sweaty.
I lurves me Right Guard Xtreme... but I use the SPORT stuff, that's SOLID not that..... floaty jell-cap stuff... reminds me of orbitz, that drink with the nasty floaty things in it...

I'm glad you're not using my scent... me and Ahe already smell like "energy" XD
Yay!