UL Prospector

Success!

Successfully saved your search

Deodorants

A deodorant is a type of toiletry that is applied to the skin to reduce or prevent odor that comes from bacterial decomposition. While there are many ingredients in deodorants such as zinc oxide and antibiotics, they all intend to manage bacterial growth. A variant of deodorant called antiperspirant serves to reduce sweating by altering the functions of the sweat glands. Deodorants can be applied to various body parts, while antiperspirant tends to be applied only to armpits. The FDA views deodorants as cosmetics and antiperspirant as an over-the-counter drug.  Read More
1 Results
Roll-On AP/DEO (Formulation #2710-21.E) Nouryon This Roll-On Antiperspirant and Deodorant (AP/DEO) formulation offers comfortable extended protection against sweat. ElfaMoist® AC humectant provides moisturization as well as excellent aesthetics. STRUCTURE® XL rheology modifier is a starch-based ingredi...view more This Roll-On Antiperspirant and Deodorant (AP/DEO) formulation offers comfortable extended protection against sweat. ElfaMoist® AC humectant provides moisturization as well as excellent aesthetics. STRUCTURE® XL rheology modifier is a starch-based ingredient that offers emulsion stabilization, thickening, and a smooth, conditioned after-feel. view less