New deodorant promises to slow hair growth

December 8, 2008

(ChattahBox) — A new deodorant is coming to the market that claims to stunt hair growth. The Sure and Dove Hair Minimizing roll-ons and sprays are said to slim hair down and noticeably reduce and retard its re-growth.

Product manufacturer Unilever believes the new range will prove an instant hit among young and image-conscious women and expects at least a third of its current customers will switch to the product.

“Consumer testing has shown that women notice a difference to their underarms after just a few weeks — shaving time off their normal regime,” Dove spokeswoman Sian Jenkins told the Daily Mail.

Unilever claimed that women will notice a difference after around four weeks of use.
Their underarm hair should be less noticeable, finer and easier to remove. However, hair growth will quickly return to normal if they stop using the deodorant. But it not a substitute for wax or a good old-fashioned razor.

company’s scientists have spent three years developing the new formula.

Unilever, which has been developing the new formula for three years based on a ‘pro-epil’ complex, has quickly moved to allay potential concerns over the safety of its new product.

The company insisted it would not be involved with anything “potentially risky”, adding its product should only be used on the underarm area.


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