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Belle de Jour Planner Giveaway (Part 3)*

Every week this month, I'll be giving away a Belle de Jour planner package! There will be two (2) winners this week. To join, follow my page on Facebook *here* and comment on the giveaway photo! Full mechanics are on there. Special thanks to Belle de Jour for the prizes!

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*This giveaway is open only to Philippine residents. Winners will be chosen and contacted by me through email/social media for their delivery details. Make sure the accounts you use to enter are accounts you check regularly!

For updates, visit CodenameAYA on FB.

Monday, August 5, 2013

Black Stays Black, White Stays White with the NIVEA Deodorant Invisible

Ah, I still remember the time I first used a deodorant (and how I got my mom to buy me one. LOL). And while my favorite deos back then helped keep my underarms feeling fresh throughout a school day, I had one major problem with them - staining.  

Fabric staining is one of the most common problems that we encounter when using deodorants. I just recently learned that there are two types of staining that deodorants could cause. First are the white marks that appear on dark-colored clothes immediately after application of the deodorant. These are said to be mostly residues of the salts used in the deo. And while it might a temporary annoyance, this kind of stain can be easily washed off the fabric. The second type is the one I'm more familiar with, but it's the worse kind - the yellowish stains that often only appear after several washes. These stains are more difficult to get rid off as they don't come out with laundry detergent anymore. Over time, the stains will become more noticeable and can cause the fabric to harden. I can't even count how many of my shirts have stains like that. Ugh, nightmare! Tuyo nga 'yung underarms ko, may stain naman 'yung damit ko. Pa'no ako magiging confident magtaas ng arms in public niyan, 'di ba?

There's good news, though. After years of research, NIVEA has released a new line of antiperspirants with the new textile protection technology. With this technology, stain-causing substances cannot adhere effectively to the fabric, making them easier to remove.


NIVEA Deodorant Invisible for Black & White


"Making sure black stays black and white stays white for longer, so your favorite clothes look their best."

This new line of antiperspirants comes in two kinds, each with variants for men and women.

Deo sprays - P170 for 150 ml of product
Roll-ons - P50 for 25 ml; P89 for 50 ml of product

Right now, I'm using the deo spray and I have no complaints so far.

Oh, by the way, I will be giving one away here on my blog soon. I hope you stay tuned for that! :)

You can check out the NIVEA Deodorant Invisible for Black & White at leading stores nationwide. More info on www.NIVEA.ph and fb.com/NIVEAPhilippines!


Disclaimer: Products were received for free, but the views and opinions expressed in this post are purely mine and based on my own experience with the products.

5 comments:

  1. I love Nivea products <3

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  2. Can't wait for the giveaway hihi! :)

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  3. wonder if they have it in a stick / cream version too :)

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  4. This smells so nice! Verdict is out on the black stays black, though. I had staining once. Still trying to figure out what caused it..

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  5. alam mo nung una ko tong nakita yung term na "black stays black" naisip ko, eh pano pag maitim ang underarm ndi magbabago black pa din, hihih? nung binasa ko nun ko lang nagets.. I was suppose to buy this one, but I go for dove deo spray pa din..

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