|Ditch the Ick! The new instant dry anti-perspirants are available at Walmart.|
You know the drill... the big job interview is up, you're confident with a wee-bit-teeny-tiny touch of nervous mixed in, and you want to do your best. You break out your finest suit and shoes, doll yourself up, practice your interviewing techniques, and make sure you don't have lipstick on your teeth (if you're a female). Then you get to the job, take a quick peek in the public bathroom mirror...you know, the one with the bright lights, and notice there's a deodorant smear on your expensive jacket. You have two choices, try to wash it off and watch it smear more and get you wet to boot, or go into the interview with a big white streak showing up on your (of course dark) outfit.
I had that happen with my last job interview. It was a big one too. I'd made it to the second round, which meant it was down to five of us. I wanted to impress, I didn't want anyone to focus on my health and beauty mishap. Little things like that can be downright distracting. I did't get the job, and I don't blame my deodorant, but it was annoying just the same.
The next time I go to an interview, that's not going to happen. Why you might ask? Because the new dry antiperspirants from Dove and Degree are in the house (you can also get Axe). These dry sprays allow you to 'try dry' and #DitchTheIck. They go on instantly dry and leave zero visible residue. Goodbye white streak, hello clean, fresh, and confident!
We've used these brands for a long time anyway. Degree Men, Degree Women, Dove, Dove Men+Care and Axe are all effective and do what they're supposed to do (important in an anti-perspirant). They smell good too. The only downfall was the sometimes white residue inadvertently left behind from them on clothing. With their new dry spray anti-perspirants, you still have all of the old benefits, but you're not going to get that white streak.
My husband and I both liked these new dry sprays. All you do to use them is shake and spray. They're chilly for half a second (all sprays are) but I can live with a half-a-second. They really do work, and they really are instantly dry. These cost the same as other deodorants/anti-perspirants, but they last longer, offering 48-hour protection with each spray, and they are sold at Walmart.