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Generally speaking, antiperspirants and deodorants are two different products with different functions. Consumers can buy both according to their own needs. But some consumers want to buy products that can both stop sweat and prevent body odor, so there are antiperspirant deodorants. As one of the famous suppliers of custom deodorant containers, MGG group has written this article to let everyone know about antiperspirant deodorants.
Antiperspirant deodorant is a combination of antiperspirants and deodorants that acts on the skin surface that is prone to sweating, such as the underarms. It absorbs sweat on the skin surface through active ingredients to dry the underarm skin, prevent sweaty body odor and other problems, and achieve the effect of fragrance through perfume ingredients.
Antiperspirants and deodorants contain ingredients that safely and effectively control sweating and body odor. Common antiperspirants and deodorants on the market include spray (aerosol type), wipe-on products and roll-on products, which are packaged differently and used differently. Spray-on products use spray bottles, wipe-on products use twist-up deodorant containers, and roll-on products use plastic roll on bottles.
"Antiperspirants" and "deodorant" are often used interchangeably, but in fact, they are different products. Antiperspirants control sweating and body odor in two ways: first, by absorbing sweat through active ingredients that act on the surface of the skin to stop perspiration, and second, by destroying body odor-causing bacteria through antibacterial ingredients. Deodorants differ from antiperspirants in that they only contain antibacterial agents that prevent body odor and do not control the flow of sweat. Antiperspirants and deodorants often contain fragrance ingredients to mask body odor.
How it works
After antiperspirants are applied to the surface of the skin, their active ingredient (usually an aluminum salt) dissolves in sweat or moisture on the surface of the armpit skin. The dissolved substances form a gel that forms a small temporary "absorbent sponge" near the top of the sweat glands, which continuously absorbs sweat to greatly reduce the amount of sweat that is secreted to the surface of the skin. Bathing and rinsing will remove the antiperspirants gel. Repeated use of antiperspirants can reduce sweating and keep you cool throughout the day. Antiperspirants reduce underarm sweating without affecting the body's natural ability to control body temperature (thermoregulation).