The problem with natural deodorant| Dr Dray

Hey guys! Today I am talking about the problem with natural deodorant and natural deodorant marketing.

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💜Panoxyl benzoyl peroxide wash
💜Vanicream aluminum free deodorant
💜Vanicream antiperspirant
💜Almay antiperspirant

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