I like using deodorant that smells nice, I mean who doesn’t want to smell good right? That has been my main criteria for choosing a deodorant, does it smell good. And sometimes, I would choose Dove Go Fresh because I liked the scents. But because I switched around a lot, my underarms sometimes ended up being scratchy and bumpy.
I was recently sent 2 of the Clear Tone deodorants in Skin Renew and Pink Rosa. The Clear Tone Line is supposed to help reduce dark marks and red bumps on your underarms from shaving.
- Dove Clear Tone Skin Renew Deodorant is made with calendula and sunflower seed extracts, moisturizes to accelerate the natural skin renewal process, all helping to visibly reduce dark marks and even tone with regular use over time while providing 48-hour odor and wetness protection.
- Dove Clear Tone Pink Rosa Deodorant is made with calendula and sunflower seed extracts, Dove Clear Tone works with your body’s natural chemistry to visibly reduce dark marks in just 2 weeks while providing 48-hour odor and wetness protection.
As a woman, shaving can be harsh on your underarm skin. Did you know that 32 million women in the U.S. experience underarm red and dark marks that result from shaving irritation? As a result of shaving, underarm skin loses 50% more moisture, which can lead to dryness and irritation. I won’t go into great detail, but I get shaving irritation and dry skin from shaving and with the colder weather moving in, that doesn’t help the situation either.
I have been using the Pina Rosa for about two weeks now and like the sweet floral scent. Since testing out the new Pink Rosa Clear Tone, I have found my skin less scratchy and irritated. The Skin Renewal also has a light sweet scent. My underarms have not only felt smoother and it has also protected against sweating. I am definitely sticking to the Dove brand!
Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Dove. I received product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.