Dual-Action Underarm Power

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Dual Action Underarm PowerSummertime's peeking right around the corner, and like it or not, you are going to have to think about your armpits way more often than you ever want too. Seriously, do we ever really want to? But blisteringly hot temps and beastly humidity levels crank out extra underarm sweat and smell, and slinky tank tops, sundresses, and bathing suits make hair removal a top priority. This is definitely a situation that requires a serious, season-long strategy. Since you have to deal with both of these hassles anyway, wouldn't it be great if you could solve both problems with one product?

Believe it or not, you can! Gorilla Warfare hair minimizing antiperspirant is uniquely designed to tackle extreme summertime sweat while it also slows down and thins out the growth of your pesky underarm hair, so you don't need to shave as often. A potent aluminum compound stops sweat dead in its tracks—all day long to boot—and a special combination of 13 different botanicals, including Myrica Cerifera Leaf Extract and Gymnema Sylvestre Leaf Extract, slow down the regrowth of unwanted hair, so that five-o'-clock underarm shadow will quickly become a problem of the past.

To get the most out of the product, shake the bottle well before you apply it, and make sure it completely dries before you start getting dressed. (If you are ever in a huge rush to get out the door, you can quickly blast your armpits with a blow dryer to speed up the process.) Like all DERMAdoctor products, its allergy tested, noncomedogenic, fragrance and dye free, and never tested on animals. One fan and reviewer summed up its success so well: "I have to say that now I truly enjoy the unglamorous activity of underarm maintenance, because the sight of a purple gorilla wearing bright red lipstick, sitting beneath a peace symbol and a flower, never fails to put a smile on my face." Doesn't that mental image doesn't make this annoying matter a just little bit more bearable? We definitely think so!

By Cathy Garrard
DERMAdoctor Staff Writer

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