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Life of Colleen: Nivea Invisible for Black & White deodorant review (preliminary)



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Nivea Invisible for Black & White deodorant review (preliminary)
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 9:57 PM (Pacific)


nivea black and white deodorant
Been using this for about a month now. I got it from Alpine Village Cosmetics (as Smallflower was sold-out at the time). Delivery for Alpine... was quite swift; seemed like only a few days before I had this deo in my hand (along with a nice note in the package).

For about the first week I used it, I found it somewhat irritating actually. Not to the point of stopping, but I was speculating whether it would work out. Subsequent to that though, it's been fine. It smells pleasant, in a rather elegant-soap fashion (not overly strong), and applies smoothly. A bit softer than other deo-sticks I've tried...I've checked the container a few times to see if it's going quickly, but it doesn't appear to be.

Now the selling point here is its "black and white" compatibility. I don't wear a lot of black (haven't noticed deo marks on the darker shirts I have worn); the attraction for me is the thought of no yellow deo marks on white shirts. I Oxi-Cleaned my Oxi-Cleanable shirts prior to beginning this deo regime, and, at this early point, it does seem to reduce this.

Dryness: Nivea Invisible... doesn't offer the same arid 'pits as, say, Right Guard, but then that's not a big deal for me. I just want to smell nice and be comfortably dry.

Overall—it's good. I'll post an updated review later on (wondering just how no-deo-mark this stuff is over time).

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