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Monday, December 15, 2014

Secret Outlast Completely Clean Clear Gel: Deodorant With Power

So my latest BzzAgent adventure takes me into what might be considered TMI territory, but I promise to keep it clean. As in Completely Clean Clear Gel, the latest innovation from Secret.

So what's so cool about it? Well, it smells fabulous, if that helps. It looks pretty cool, too.

It has a water-based formula that is designed to permeate sweat glands faster and more efficiently than solids, yet dries super fast. This is what the applicator looks like.

It also has advanced annoying white mess protection, which is a bonus. But is all of that really true? Well, I can show you. Don't worry, I'll spare you the actual area this product is applied to, and use my arm instead.

This is a healthy swatch of the product applied to my arm, more than you would normally use. For testing purposes...don't try this at home.

This is my arm 20 seconds later. Even with the thick application, it was dry. Note the lack of gross sticky white stuff.

As for the white mark protection? Here's the black cloth my arm is resting on. I rubbed it quite vigorously across my thickly layered arm, and this was all that came off.

So it's pretty clear to me that if applied where intended and in the correct amount, this will be one seriously clean situation. In addition, I left it on my skin for several hours, and it didn't irritate it at all, which is a plus for me.

But 48 hour protection? For real?

In the interest of Secret Science, I gave it the old college try and went 48 hours on one dose. No, I didn't leave the house. As nasty as it seems, I am able to attest that it does indeed protect for that long. The scent was still fabulous even as I got in the shower.

It holds up to the massive sweat test as well. I'm a stay at home mom, and I live in a three-level townhouse, so my cleaning procedure is like being on a Stairmaster. I can really break a sweat. Secret Outlast Clear Gel kept up beautifully.

So there is indeed something new in the deodorant world, and you all should really check it out.

I received a free product from BzzAgent for testing and review purposes. My opinions and strange science experiments are my own.

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