Anne shares why every rose doesn’t necessarily have a thorn in her Dove Clear Tone Pink Rosa Deodorant review. Product was sent for review purposes, but opinions are all Anne’s own.
Let’s be honest — when you think about your underarms (and how often is that?), you probably don’t also think of roses. Or underarm skin care, for that matter. But you might just change your (sweet-smelling) tune after learning about Dove’s latest deodorant: Dove Clear Tone Pink Rosa Deodorant.
According to Dove, 32 million women in the U.S. experience underarm red and dark marks from shaving irritation. Who knew those dark marks could be caused by shaving? So to save the skin in our often-forgotten arm nooks, Dove developed a new deodorant designed to reduce that irritation and even out skin tone — all while promising to keep odors and wetness at bay for up to 48 hours.
I had the chance to test out the new Clear Tone Deodorant myself, courtesy of the folks at Dove, and I have to say it came out smelling like roses in every pun-intended sense of the phrase.
First, the scent is VERY subtle and won’t compete with your perfumes or scented lotions. Second, it’s incredibly soft. I know that sounds silly, but it just seems to glide on so smoothly, which I never had thought about before…because I’ve never had a deodorant do it before. It’s like the difference between applying a waxy, sticky lipstick and a smooth balm-like lipstick. And of course, the deodorant did the job and kept my underarms as sweet as a rose.
This deodorant fits perfectly with Dove’s renewed focus on being gentle and kind to your skin, so why not pick up a bottle and give your underarms a treat?
Photos: Dove; Anne Houseman/beautyXposé
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