Friday, 25 July 2014

PerspireX Underarm Roll-on Antiperspirant

On a day like to today, at 28 degrees it would be totally inappropriate to talk about make up as I've been barely wearing any.  I therefore decided to talk about something that was appropriate so today's post is on PerspireX Underarm Roll-on Anti-perspirant.  I bought this on a recommendation from a friend after a discussion when we were the hot college salon doing hairdressing.  The truth is that I said her that I was that hot that the backs of my knees were sweating and she piped up and told me that her mum uses this special roll on on hot days and swears by it.

PerspireX Underarm Roll-on Anti-perspirant

Onto the review, the idea behind the product is that you are to use PerspireX when ordinary anti-perspirants are not enough.  You are to apply it at night with no need to re-apply in the morning.  One application is so effective that it will still work for the next 3 - 5 days.

As with all antiperspirants they can irritate if you've recently shaved or waxed.  I would say this was is a 'no no' for going anywhere near broken skin or anything recently shaved or waxed, it stings almost to the point of burning if you do.

The scent of it is extremely chemically, like straight alcohol which is fine once it's on the skin but you can tell that this product certainly isn't a regular roll-on.

PerspireX Underarm Roll-on Anti-perspirant 

I do think that this product works fantastic but because of the issue with not being able to use it with waxing or shaving, I reserve only for areas that have definitely not had either done to them like my back, the backs of my knees, etc.  It's a shame that I can't use it under my arms but equally, if they made it milder it wouldn't have the same effective.  I would repurchase it for the other areas however as it does keep me completely dry.

I hope you've found this review useful!

2 comments:

  1. This sounds amazing and perfect for work (I'm a carer and the building I work in is like a greenhouse!), definitely going to look into buying one to try :)
    Fab review!

    Jess xo

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  2. On the other hand, antiperspirants act in a totally different way. They are not concerned with what you smell like, they are there to stop the sweat from getting out onto your skin in the first place. Antiperspirant

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