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Review: Triple Dry Anti-perspirant Roll On

Living in Singapore, the weather is so warm and humid most of the time, even more so in the summer periods (June - August). I'm sure many of you are annoyed by the warm weather and I have to admit I really dislike the weather. Moreover I tend to perspire very easily, so I'm always bothered by sweaty underarms.
Don't have to be embarrassed to admit that you have the same problem as me too! Thanks to Samplestore and Triple Dry, I found a way to better control this problem. Triple Dry Anti-perspirant Roll On is a specialist anti-bacterial, anti-perspirant for heavy perspiration that gives 72 hour protection from sweat and odour. Its unique triple action formula responds to your body, working when you need it most to help you stay dry all day. It also has a waterproof formula that allows you to shower and swim without reapplying. Contains ingredients suitable for sensitive skin.

It comes in 2 variants, unscented for men and fresh scent for women:
Unfragranced Anti-Perspirant Roll On 

Fresh Anti-Perspirant Refreshing Ladies Fragrance Roll On

How to use?
1. Shake bottle.
2. Apply nightly before going to bed and wash as normal in the morning.
3. Once perspiration is under control, you may be able to reduce application to 3 times a week.

I decided to try the Fresh Anti-Perspirant Refreshing Ladies Fragrance Roll On as I prefer the light floral-like scent. Upon application, it has a milky colour and feels sticky. It took a good 15 minutes to dry but there will still be a slight sticky feeling, though it didn't really bother me that much since I will be heading to bed soon.

The following morning, the stickiness was gone and after a long day out, there was little to no sweat at all. After using it for 3 nights straight, I find that the underarm stays dry/doesn't sweat as much for the next couple of days even though I didn't use the anti-perspirant from day 4 onwards. There wasn't any discomfort or burning sensation that some product might give so I really like this!

If you hate having awful sweat marks on your favourite clothes, this product would be great for you! The only thing to note will be the higher content of aluminum compounds found in anti-perspirants that might indirectly caused breast cancer. I read this somewhere and though there is no proof that it does, it's better to be safe, try to limit the usage of this product, I guess I will only use it before important dates or interviews, etc. :)

Triple Dry products are sold at Guardian, $15.90/50ml and if you want to try this product for free, redeem the retail-sized sample at:

Do hurry as there's limited quantity left! :)


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