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Driclor....do you also use anti perspirant?

(5 Posts)
LottieB30 Sun 09-Jul-17 11:39:54

Hi all

Rather embarrassingly I've noticed I get quite wet underarms and also (occasionally) a bit smelly. I've read about driclor and purchased some but just after some experiences.

Do you also use anti perspirant after your
morning shower? I think I'd be worried if I didn't!

Thanks x

MingeFog Sun 09-Jul-17 11:45:20

Mitchum is a godsend for me. I tried something stronger (may have been Driclor) but it seriously irritated my underarms and made them very, very itchy and sore.

SewButtons Sun 09-Jul-17 11:49:13

I use driclor at night and also use mitchum spray in the morning. I don't think I need to use the spray as well but I quite like the smell and it makes me feel better and more confident.

With the driclor make sure your skin is totally dry before you apply it (I rub some baby powder under my arms) otherwise it will really sting.

LottieB30 Sun 09-Jul-17 16:18:58

Thanks both for replying!

Did you find driclor marked your bed sheets at all?

Lx

MingeFog Sun 09-Jul-17 17:42:00

You're welcome!

And no, but it did mark clothes.

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