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Can Deodorant Be Used to Reduce Groin Sweating? | Depend

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Can deodorant that’s used under the arms be used in the groin area to help cut down the perspiration from wearing protection?

Using an antiperspirant – rather than a deodorant – is a valid remedy to treat sweating or perspiration in the groin area. It is important, however, to use products with only 10 - 20% aluminum chloride and made with fewer chemicals that could irritate the sensitive skin below the belt.

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