Gillette deodorant cool wave clear gel £1 @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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These are normally priced at £2.78 but asda have them reduced to £1 each and I have just bought 4 from asda in Leicester
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#1
i bought this the other day personally i find it terrible to use you have to squeeze it out and it is very sticky going on but after it dries it does the job so i suppose its as good buy :)
#2
use this all the time, so great price..
#3
I use this. it's good stuff, Hot:thumbsup:
#4
I get this form Bodycare all the time. Good stuff. Not to pongy and overpowering like some antiperspirants.
#5
kareandy
i bought this the other day personally i find it terrible to use you have to squeeze it out and it is very sticky going on but after it dries it does the job so i suppose its as good buy :)


SQUEEZE??? :o not sure how you manage to do that as the system uses a knob that you turn at the bottom of the packaging :-D

Steal @ a quid!!
#6
Does go on sticky but when it dries the smell stays on your body for ages. I've woken in the morning after being out for the evening and still smelt it on me.
#7
cracking stuff H&R added
#8
kareandy
i bought this the other day personally i find it terrible to use you have to squeeze it out and it is very sticky going on but after it dries it does the job so i suppose its as good buy :)


2badmice
SQUEEZE??? :o not sure how you manage to do that as the system uses a knob that you turn at the bottom of the packaging :-D

Steal @ a quid!!


Some people

:-D:-D
#9
Off topic question, I've used this for years thinking it was an anti-persperant. It isn't now, but I'd swear blind it was. Anybody remember Gillette Clear Gel ever being more than a deodorant?
#10
quality stuff........used it for years and great at this price.

always buy when on offer never pay full price
#11
2badmice
SQUEEZE??? :o not sure how you manage to do that as the system uses a knob that you turn at the bottom of the packaging :-D

Steal @ a quid!!


yes mine has a thing that you twist like ascrew thingy but its attached to nothing you twist it and nothing cvomes out thats why i have to squeeze it i just thought it was dodgy lot thats why it was a quid :oops:
#12
moreati
Off topic question, I've used this for years thinking it was an anti-persperant. It isn't now, but I'd swear blind it was. Anybody remember Gillette Clear Gel ever being more than a deodorant?


Don't worry mate, It is anti-perspirant. Mine sez deodorant & anti-perspirant in small writing on the label. As long as it's got that 3x protection blurb, it's the right stuff ;-)
#13
kareandy
yes mine has a thing that you twist like ascrew thingy but its attached to nothing you twist it and nothing cvomes out thats why i have to squeeze it i just thought it was dodgy lot thats why it was a quid :oops:


Sounds like your turning it the wrong way! lol To begin with it takes a god few turns to get it working.

Remember, Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey! :p:-D
#14
going to go asda tommorow and buy some , i needed to test some new antiperspirant
#15
hope this deal is real , best stuff available, using all time
#16
I think this stuff ruins your clothes, white mark alert! Very sticky as well! :whistling:
#17
Was it ever £2.78? Not showing as roll back or special offer on Asda site.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=Gillette deodorant &SortBy=3
banned#18
Is it only cool wave thats on offer, not any of the others?
#19
bubble160207
I think this stuff ruins your clothes, white mark alert! Very sticky as well! :whistling:


Put it on, let it dry 30 seconds, then put a shirt on. I've been using this stuff for 10 years and have yet to ruin a shirt. I could see it maybe doing some damage if you were to try and put on with a shirt already on and smearing the gel on the fabric.

I love this stuff. Hopefully its at my local. Heat and rep!!!
#20
rufus bezak
Sounds like your turning it the wrong way! lol To begin with it takes a god few turns to get it working.

Remember, Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey! :p:-D


oops got it now:oops:
#21
I do apologise I got the price wrong by 10p, all I know is I bought 4 of these from asda in thurmaston at £1
even left 2 on the shelf
#22
Been using this stuff for years and I'll be getting some. But 2 slight problems with this stuff;
1) it has ruined several tops in the past, I'm sure it contained (maybe still does) something that bleached some fabrics - bright orange arm pits! And if I showered before bed and it hadn't dried properly, it stained my pillowcases when Ive stretched over them! lol
2) it can take a while to dry, so not good if you're getting dressed in a hurry, and then run the risk of staining my clothes.

Maybe I'm just buying cheap crap stainable clothes?! :D
#23
NeilB
Been using this stuff for years and I'll be getting some. But 2 slight problems with this stuff;
1) it has ruined several tops in the past, I'm sure it contained (maybe still does) something that bleached some fabrics - bright orange arm pits! And if I showered before bed and it hadn't dried properly, it stained my pillowcases when Ive stretched over them! lol
2) it can take a while to dry, so not good if you're getting dressed in a hurry, and then run the risk of staining my clothes.

Maybe I'm just buying cheap crap stainable clothes?! :D


Hi, I'm Pedro and I work for Gillette. I saw your post, and just wanted to offer some advise. First of all I can confirm that there is no bleach in the product. We would always recommend to let it dry before putting on the shirt. The discolouration you're experiencing could be a combination of the product not been allowed to dry, the fabric (especially red and purple garnments) and your body's chemistry. I used to have the same problem, because I always waited last to put on the deodorant and it kept staining my shirts. I found that by pre-treating the stain with a good quality liquid detergent it helps remove the stains. Please call our care line on 0800 783 7010 for more information and resolution to your problem.
#24
Just bought 5 more last night (Canary Wharf). Deal is still going.

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