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Gillette Clear Gel Antiperspirant Arctic Ice

Gillette



  • Goes on clear, stays on clear.

    Product Breakdown

    There are 2 kinds of gentlemen in this world: The antiperspirant men and the deodorant men.

    For starters, antiperspirant men value dryness above all else. The primary goal of antiperspirants is to reduce, if not eliminate, underarm perspiration. With an aluminum compound as the active ingredient, these aluminum ions work to block the sweat glands from perspiring. The secondary goal of antiperspirants is to help you smell your best, thanks to the added fragrance. It is important to keep in mind that the same compounds responsible for stopping you from sweating can also stain the underarms of your shirts, which are nearly impossible to wash off!

    In contrast, the only goal of deodorants is to help you smell your best (and be BO free!). For those apprehensive about the idea of pore clogging agents or shirt stains, deodorants will be your go-to solution. Deodorants also tend to be richer in scent to help mask unwanted scents.

    Arctic Ice may be a bit of a hyperbole, but expect this gel to provide a cooling sensation when applied, in part due to use of alcohol in the formulation of this gel. With its light airy scent, expect this gel to keep you dry and smelling fresh.

  • Editor's Note

    Less is more with gels. Turn the knob on the bottle slowly as to not take out more antiperspirant than needed.

  • How it Works

    Aluminum ions are taken into the cells that line the sweat-gland ducts at the top layer of the skin. When the aluminum ions are drawn into the cells, water passes in with them. As more water flows in, the cells begin to swell, squeezing the ducts closed so that sweat cannot get out.

    How to Use

    Pop-up the lid and apply a very thin layer to both underarms.  

  • Ingredients

    Inactive Ingredients: Water, Alcohol Denat., Cyclopentasiloxane, Propylene Glycol, Dimethicone, Trisiloxane, PEG/PPG-18/18 Dimethicone, Calcium Chloride, Fragrance

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