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What deodorant to use?!!!

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    I use to use antiperspirant but they have started to give me white patches and have damaged my clothes. I read online and some people have said their bodies react to the aluminium in them. I have started using lynx deodorant rather than antiperspirant as this does not contain any aluminium. I have just started uni and I dint really want to be using lynx as I did when I was 13😂😂. Can anyone recommend other deodorants or advice? I have looked at old spice, brut and addidas. Thanks
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    you could use Febreeze, but that wouldn't be a deodorant, and isn't for skin but it can make your clothes smell really fresh.
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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    you could use Febreeze, but that wouldn't be a deodorant, and isn't for skin but it can make your clothes smell really fresh.
    It leaves a light fresh scent.

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    The one that sprays.


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