Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Sponsored Post: Antiperspirant Options for Women

As women, we try our best to stay fresh and smelling good. Whether its for work, our partners, or just for ourselves. Some women, more than others, tend to need more than others. The most popular staple in a woman's arsenal, is the antiperspirant. It is important to find the right antiperspirant for you, because what works for me, may not work for you.

There are many options available, between towelettes, clinical strength and prescription strength. The one you need will depend on what your specific issues are. Many women can use a typical deodorant, and don't need anything stronger. However, some women need stronger, sometimes prescription strength.

Before you buy, you can speak to your doctor about your specific problems and they can suggest what would work best for you. Many popular choices are Secret Clinical Strength or Dove Clinical Protection.

The type of antiperspirant you use isn't always based on what makes you sweat, but it may be the environment. Its common for those in hot and humid environments to need a stronger deodorant than other areas.

You can choose to try out a few options on your own before you speak to a doctor. If you find that you cannot get the right strength, then it is time to talk to a doctor to see what would work for you.

To explore some of the options mentioned, feel free to check out this article on the website Mommy Edition,  http://www.mommyedition.com/best-antiperspirants-for-women.

Let me know, what do you use? For me, regular deodorant works fine for me. When I work out I need a little extra, but nothing clinical.


*Note: I was paid to write this post. The post above is 100% my own work*

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