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Hey Neighbors!

I recently received Dry Idea AdvancedDry.  Now up north you might be too cold to sweat, but on our trip to Florida... that is another thing altogether.  It has been hot!  And I hate to sweat!  Oh, wait a minute, horses sweat, men perspire and women glisten, right?  Well, I need an antiperspirant that works, especially when we do things like bowling, or wandering an attraction all day.

So, when we are active out in the heat I need an antiperspirant that I can depend on,  Dry Idea AdvancedDry is able to keep you dry up to 72 hours!  This Dry Idea is an unscented deodorant that has Pulse Activated Wetness Protection.  This comes in Unscented, Powder Fresh, and Cotton Dry.  (Hypo Allergenic)  Available in Roll-on (like I received), Clear Gel and Invisible Solid.

What do you do where you need some extra protection?  Is there a particular sport you participate in or are you outside quite a bit?  Use Dry Idea AdvancedDry and "Never let them see you sweat."

The Difference Between Antiperspirants and Deodorants:
Antiperspirants are designed to provide wetness protection. Deodorants are designed to provide odor protection. At the end of the day, however, antiperspirants provide both. You see, antiperspirants are designed to reduce underarm perspiration through an active ingredient that controls sweat. By reducing sweat, they also naturally reduce odor. In fact, tests show antiperspirants provide more protection against odor than deodorants, which are specifically designed for that purpose. While deodorants are specifically formulated to reduce odor, they contain no ingredients to curb perspiration. They use fragrance, primarily, to cover bad odor. They may also use antimicrobial agents to help kill odor-causing bacteria. Dry Idea® products are antiperspirants/deodorants, and they provide superior wetness and odor protection.

Be sure to check out their Twitter and Facebook Pages!  Then enter the giveaway where two winners will each receive two coupons for free Dry Idea AdvancedDry.

Disclosure : I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsors website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Mami2jcn said…
Chasing my 3 year old!

Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy
working in the yard can make you sweat
andrea v said…
Walking on the treadmill
scottsgal said…
summer weekend baseball tournaments
D Cheatle said…
Running with the dogs
Nknouse22 said…
Working out makes me sweat
coaching t-ball!

Maggie True Armstrong
maggie at pdclarion dot com
Kelly g said…
I work in an area that gets VERY hot.
Unknown said…
Doing hip hop abs :)
debijackson said…
yard work and walking debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com
Unknown said…
Leave a comment and tell me one activity that you participate in that makes you sweat! Extreme coupon shopping trips!

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