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It’s been a long run, but I think it’s time I make a switch in my routine. There’s a new kind of deodorant on shelves that helps me stay dry and keeps my clothes free of white marks. Now available at Kroger are men and women’s 48-hour dry spray antiperspirants in Axe, Dove and Degree. All the brands I love, now reinvented to keep me feeling even fresher.
Want to check out these sprays in action? See how these new antiperspirants work when you watch the video linked here and you could save $1.50 on your purchase.
While on the site, be sure to take the quiz, so you can find out which antiperspirant is best for you. I took it and got the Dove Dry Spray and of course I had to get the Cool Essentials. I love that it goes on instantly dry, delivering a cleaner feel, with no visible residue. Plus it provides odor and wetness protection for 48 hours!
My interest was peaked when my husband started using the Extra Fresh spray from the Men+Care line. I have to admit, I ran out of deodorant that morning so I used his and even though it was a very masculine scent I smelled great and stayed dry all day. I then took the quiz that is linked above and ran out immediately and picked up the Dove Dry Spray geared towards women.
The Dove Dry Spray Cool Essentials smells amazing too. I love that when I spray it on I don’t feel wet and there is ABSOLUTELY NO residue that transfers onto my clothes. I would also like to mention that the spray nozzle has a really cool rubbery grip so it is easy to push the cap down without your finger slipping down and getting in the way of the spray.
Satisfaction 100% guaranteed. No more ruined outfits for me! Which Dry Spray will you pick up at Kroger? Take the Quiz to find out which antiperspirant is best for you and tweet me your answer @LauraJean396 with the hashtag #StayDryKroger for a chance to win a Dry Spray Prize Pack and a $100 Kroger gift card.
— My Newest Addiction (@LauraJean396) April 13, 2015
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