I am a busy lady, and I’m sure you are too. So, I bet you can appreciate a good long-lasting product when you come across one, especially in the personal hygiene department. We spend a lot of time, energy and money focusing on looking put together, but sometimes we forget to look for products that will help us feel and, well – smell better! Sure, we may have a signature perfume, but if there’s a step I’d like to think most of us always include in our morning routines, it’s antiperspirant to make sure we tackle more than just B.O.! It’s all a part of getting made up in the mornings from our heads down to our toes.
Unpleasant as it is, everybody sweats. Our underarms mean well when they’re working overtime, and it’s all in the name of keeping our bodies nice & cool. Degree has a really great page on their website with the scoop on sweat – it’s an informative read if you’re ever asking yourself why on earth something so unpleasant is so common.
Degree was also kind enough to share their latest product to manage your underarms, MotionSense, which claims to respond directly to your body movement and – get this – last 48 hours.
I swapped out my usual antiperspirant for MotionSense in Berry Cool over the last week, and while I didn’t dare test the 48 hour claim (sorry guys – I just can’t skip a shower!) I did vow to apply once in the morning and only touch-up if things got really bad. Perhaps that’s normal for you, but since I usually head to the gym in the evenings I typically apply another round of coverage pre-workout.
While I can’t say I noticed bursts of fresh scents throughout the day, I will say I was thoroughly impressed by the product’s performance. A typical weekday lands me home for the night around 9 p.m., and I still felt and smelled (or so I think) as fresh as I did when I left in the mornings for work. No need to reapply, even before the gym.
For a drugstore brand antiperspirant, it exceeded my expectations and provided a long-lasting result. If you decide to check it out and put the 48-hour claim to the test, let me know…I’m awfully curious.