The ultimate deodorant for fitness?

Every girl knows the most important element of a workout is your deodorant.

Mitchum’s new no-white marks gel deodorant is a breakthrough for girls who workout.

Until now, your best bet was a medical grade deodorant, but they were all white and chunky, and pieces would often fall onto your clothes, or just mark them.

Mitchum have had a technological breakthrough  and have a gel roll-on deodorant that truly goes the distance.

It may not be something we talk about as much as that intrusive pimple or spilling food down the front of our crisp white dress, but that time of day when our deodorant starts to fail us can be a real confidence killer.

With Mitchum’s Clinical Gel deodorant, there is no need to re-apply, and it lasts over 18 hours no matter how much exercise you do, or stress you are under.

Here is my one day road test:

I applied the formula at 7am before leaving the house and after an 8 hour shift followed by an afternoon hike, a coffee with friends and a late dinner I was still fresh. Even after my workout I didn’t feel overly sweaty and my underarms still smelt like the freshly scented deodorant I applied 15 hours earlier.

Hiking Mt Kembla with my trusty Mitchum
Hiking Mt Kembla with my trusty Mitchum

No White Marks is no lie either. Being a gel formula, Mitchum’s clinical deodorant goes on clear, leaving no powdering residue because there is simply no powder, making white stains a thing of the past. The products slogan, “Change your deodorant, not your outfit” certainly works for us.

It is available in two scents, Powder Fresh and Cool Fresh Lightly Scented and will be available at Coles in mid-March for a RRP $12.95 and all other retailers by mid-April.

Lucy Bortolazzo

Lucy is a journalism graduate who feels most at home when wandering the streets of foreign cities. She has a passion for design, travel and everything food, and uses the excuse “I’m curious” to explain just about everything.

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