10 Best Deodorants and Antiperspirants -- and the 4 Worst
There's nothing worse than a deodorant that doesn't work. Here's what to choose -- and what to skip -- to stay dry and body odor-free
Why: One reader who lives in a warm climate says, "In the middle of a 95-degree summer, I will end up with sweat rings if I wear this product, so if this was my only option for an antiperspirant, I'd rather stay indoors." Another reader agrees, saying this "doesn’t help prevent perspiration at all" and the powder scent of this product is "way too intense." The fumes from the aerosol "make me sick -- I had to force myself to stop using it."
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