Review: Gillette Cool Wave Clear Gel Deodorant

Deodorant with a Clean Fragrance

I’m not a man, but I have used this deodorant when I was out of my own. I have to say that I like it just as well as my pretty feminine Suave brand of deodorant. I don’t think it makes me smell manly or anything, but just that I smell fresh and feel fresh. You know when you got more month than you have money, and you run out of deodorant you have to do what you have to do right? Well, I am in that situation right now, and I am not ashamed to say I love Gillette Cool Wave Clear Gel Deodorant. It belongs to my son-in-law, but if you don’t tell him, he won’t know that my daughter and I both use his deodorant when we are out.

I find that the product lasts a long time and does not lose its effectiveness while I am wearing it. I don’t find any white stains on my clothes when I put the deodorant on. I don’t perspire under my arms at all when I am wearing this product. As I said earlier in this review this deodorant belongs to my son-in-law. He uses it early in the morning before going to work. He works 14 hours a day and comes home fresh. He works hard, yet he smells nice when he comes home. Gillette Cool Wave Clear Gel Deodorant does not let him down during his work day, and that is an important thing, since he has to be around customers all day.

When I put the deodorant on I smell a fresh smell. It’s not a feminine smell, but it’s not a particularly strong smell to me either. I don’t make a habit of wearing men’s deodorant, but when there is nothing else in the house, this brand is good to use in a pinch. I’d rather smell fresh than smell like onions; sorry, I know that’s gross, but I speak the truth here.

If you are a man you will love the scent of this deodorant, and you will like how it glides onto your skin and does not leave any white stain on your clothes. If you are a woman, you will appreciate the scent. And if you are like me and are in a pinch for deodorant when you are out, don’t be afraid to try it.

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