Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

16 Strange (But Totally Awesome) Uses For Deodorant.

#11. It's summer, thighs rub against each other, causing chaffing.

Rather than punish yourself by wearing pants only on hot days, apply deodorant in the inner thighs. This will avoid the friction and the discomfort and pain from chaffing and raw skin.

It's summer, thighs rub against each other, causing chaffing.

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#12. Closets need airing sometimes but you can't take everything outside.

To get rid of that musty, old smell, open a new stick of deodorant and leave it in the closet. Within hours the whole space will smell fresh and inviting.

Closets need airing sometimes but you can't take everything outside.

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#13. Don't give up on breaking-in that new pair of shoes.

Hard leather rubs and chaffs, causing bruising and even bleeding. Rub deodorant in the area where the material is going to rub, creating a thin layer of protection. This will also help you avoid putting on a bandage that will lose its grip after a few steps.

Don't give up on breaking-in that new pair of shoes.

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#14. Male runners have been known to have bleeding nipples from the chaffing of their tight shirts.

Applying deodorant will help avoid any painful chaffing and injury to the nipples.

Male runners have been known to have bleeding nipples from the chaffing of their tight shirts.

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#15. Make-up artists know the best tricks of the trade to make their models and celebrities look like a million dollars.

Using your fingers, apply deodorant to the T-zone area of the face. This begins across the forehead, down the nose, and chin. This technique helps to control this oil-prone area.

Make-up artists know the best tricks of the trade to make their models and celebrities look like a million dollars.

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