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White Marks Fail Moment

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It has happened to all of us: White marks left from deodorant at the most inopportune time. My worse was when I was getting ready for a semi-formal event and I stupidly put on my deodorant before pulling on by new, super cute, little black dress. Dumb right?  My expression at the time was something like this:

Uh Oh

I tried to wash it off, but you know how powder deodorant is, it sticks! I thought I got it off, but just in case I didn’t, I performed some crazy contortionist  moves to try to get my dress on without it touching my arm pits.  Did I succeed? Heck no!  I ended up with white marks on the dress that wouldn’t come off. That left me going in an old dress that made me look like a recycled bridesmaid. Blech!

My moves trying to get into that dress seriously looked something like this:


So, Secret has a clear gel deodorant, Secret Outlast Clear Gel, that provides 48 hour odor and wetness protection with no white marks. I’m a huge fan of clear gel deodorants. In fact, I haven’t used a powder deodorant in years now (beginning not long after my dress fail).  I loved Secret Outlast when I tried it. It has a good percentage of active ingredients, so it works well, and the gel is indeed clear. It also feels smoother going on than powder type deodorants.

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If you’re not using Secret Outlast Clear Gel, you’ve likely experienced a White Marks Fail moment of your own. Tweet your #WhiteMarksFail at @SecretDeodorant and try Secret Outlast Clear Gel for 48 hour odor and wetness protection – and no white marks.

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Secret via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Secret.

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