The right deodorant for every type
The Deodorant Varieties
The NIVEA overview: different types of deodorant
- Deodorant sprays and atomisers have been immensely popular since as early as 1965 and are the undisputed number one choice among consumers. The spray result at the press of a button is convenient and ensures an ideal distribution of the active and nurturing ingredients. The whole armpit is refreshed and given a great fragrance.
- The second most popular type is the handy roll-on deodorant, which came onto the market in the 1950s. Thanks to its practical applicator, you can apply the deodorant’s active ingredients with great precision, and it’s now even available in an aluminium-free version.
- The deodorant stick is catching up, too, but is currently still in third place. It leaves behind a thin layer of cream on the skin, offering reliable protection and leaving the skin feeling dry.Deodorant creams work in a very similar way: they prevent odour-forming bacteria and provide the skin under the arms with moisture and nourishing ingredients. Most deodorant creams are alcohol-free and are therefore also ideal for sensitive skin.
NIVEA Pure & Natural Action Roll-on – effective deodorant protection without aluminium
The nature-identical active ingredient BIO-FLORINE® in Pure & Natural Action provides the optimal combination of mild NIVEA® care and effective deodorant protection, allowing your skin to breathe freely! And of course, the fragrance of Fresh Pure, Natural and Flower, as well as the men’s fragrances Active and Ocean, are also available as a deodorant spray.
Deodorant – myths that just won’t go away
Sweating makes you slim and sweat smells… or does it?
There is also a persistent rumour that sweating makes you slim. If only that were true! Unfortunately this belief is wrong. When we sweat, we only lose water – not fat. The weight loss is balanced out even after taking a drink break.Belief number three: It’s not just sport that makes us sweat – spicy food has the same effect. There is some truth to this rumour! Hot spices boost our metabolism and promote the circulation. The body reacts to this by producing more sweat.