Sure Men Maximum Protection Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 45ml - Tesco - £1.27 - Was £5.08 - HotUKDeals
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Just seen this in my local tesco. Had a look online and it appears to be round the £5 mark everywhere. Not tried it so can't vouch for dry floral pits. But it seemed to be a bit of a bargain to me.

Not sure if it is online at Tesco as for some reason I can't search on their website. Maybe someone can clarify? Have marked as offline at present.
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#1
http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/3518/deodx.jpg
#2
really good price thanks
#3
Not on in my store, or online, but thanks for posting. Which local tesco is yours?
#4
Macclesfield store.
#5
I tried this when it first came out and wasnt very impressed and went back to Nivea
#6
Over 5 quid for a 45ml can?! am i missing something here ok now its reduced fair dos but thats some startin price!
#7
Firemountain
Over 5 quid for a 45ml can?! am i missing something here ok now its reduced fair dos but thats some startin price!
its not a can of spray though its cream.
#8
good stuff, just way over priced.

need to apply before bed for best results
#9
brilly
its not a can of spray though its cream.


ah i c
1 Like #10
Get driclor its much better. You can buy it from any chemist for around a fiver and you can even get it prescribed by your GP. The stuff is fantastic. Driclor is the brand name but i'm sure it's alluminium cloride. it comes as a roll on. You put it on before bed and it takes a couple of days to take effect. You do however sweat more out of other places i.e. hands feet head etc. Having sweaty armpits can be really embaressing especially when you see the big patches under the shirt. People automatically assume that if you have sweaty armpits then you must be smelly. This is far from the truth. I used to go for a shower in the morning, come out, get dried, shirt and tie on and within 5 min soaking wet. Everyone should try driclor (I'm sure that' the spelling). It completely blocks the pores under the armpits. As i said it takes only a few days to kick in and then you wont sweat for about 3-4 months at a time and I meannot a drip. Your armpits will be bone dry. The bottle will last you about a year.
#11
christopherguy25
Get driclor its much better. You can buy it from any chemist for around a fiver and you can even get it prescribed by your GP. The stuff is fantastic. Driclor is the brand name but i'm sure it's alluminium cloride. it comes as a roll on. You put it on before bed and it takes a couple of days to take effect. You do however sweat more out of other places i.e. hands feet head etc. Having sweaty armpits can be really embaressing especially when you see the big patches under the shirt. People automatically assume that if you have sweaty armpits then you must be smelly. This is far from the truth. I used to go for a shower in the morning, come out, get dried, shirt and tie on and within 5 min soaking wet. Everyone should try driclor (I'm sure that' the spelling). It completely blocks the pores under the armpits. As i said it takes only a few days to kick in and then you wont sweat for about 3-4 months at a time and I meannot a drip. Your armpits will be bone dry. The bottle will last you about a year.


Interesting but I would imagine:oops: if you are a sweaty devil in the under arm department - then you will also be sweaty in these other areas that you mention.:roll:
#12
Anyone would sweat at that price
#13
A few years back I got a block of something in Austria looked like a roll on but was solid AP..

It worked great skiing and would have lasted years, lost it and not seen the same in the UK (not been back to Austria) since.

Any ideas.
#14
crofter
Interesting but I would imagine:oops: if you are a sweaty devil in the under arm department - then you will also be sweaty in these other areas that you mention.:roll:


you can use it anywhere on your body
#15
christopherguy25
Get driclor its much better. You can buy it from any chemist for around a fiver and you can even get it prescribed by your GP. The stuff is fantastic. Driclor is the brand name but i'm sure it's alluminium cloride. it comes as a roll on. You put it on before bed and it takes a couple of days to take effect. You do however sweat more out of other places i.e. hands feet head etc. Having sweaty armpits can be really embaressing especially when you see the big patches under the shirt. People automatically assume that if you have sweaty armpits then you must be smelly. This is far from the truth. I used to go for a shower in the morning, come out, get dried, shirt and tie on and within 5 min soaking wet. Everyone should try driclor (I'm sure that' the spelling). It completely blocks the pores under the armpits. As i said it takes only a few days to kick in and then you wont sweat for about 3-4 months at a time and I meannot a drip. Your armpits will be bone dry. The bottle will last you about a year.


Good stuff but you forgot to add: Be careful with whatever you wear after applying as it will take the dye out of it.
#16
just shower from time to time.
#17
I don't know what the mens one is like but the woman one is great. You only need apply it every second day and it works even after showering with it on. Even in sweaty situations (like being somewhere hot) it's never failed me. I shower every day btw and am not a sweaty, smelly type but still use it just in case a sweaty pit moment ever strikes.
#18
kevbhoy67
Good stuff but you forgot to add: Be careful with whatever you wear after applying as it will take the dye out of it.

And also that some of the time it can be quite painful! I occasionally end up with red raw armpits.

sweat + driclor = hydrochloric acid
#19
Usually if you sweat enough to need this you are prob overweight and the excess fat makes you run hot
#20
Limited stock, as it's reduced to clear.

Check out the RTC on the label.
#21
I got some of this and to be fair it's the best antiperspirant I have ever used. You stay really dry using it. But they are having a laff at £5 a shot.
#22
bmouthboyo
Usually if you sweat enough to need this you are prob overweight and the excess fat makes you run hot


Nice one!

Why not actually research the subject before trying to be funny!

Usually if you sweat enough to need this you have a medical condition called axillary hyperhidrosis. (http://www.hyperhidrosisweb.com/axillary-hyperhidrosis.html)
#23
W_D_G
I got some of this and to be fair it's the best antiperspirant I have ever used. You stay really dry using it. But they are having a laff at £5 a shot.


To be fair, if you say it's the best you've ever used of course it's worth £5.00! An average antiperspirant would cost what? £1.50-£2.00 but you've already said that doesn't do as good a job! Therefore surely it makes sense to pay more money for a better product doesn't it?
#24
This is store specific, just been to my and still priced at £5.08 (extortionate price). Its great stuff but I buy from http://www.pharmacyfix.co.uk/beauty/deodorants/sure-maximum-protection-deodorant-for-women.htm @ £3.99 each
#25
i buy this for my hubby and have paid £5.08 for it several times. He's allergic to anything but creams...: (
#26
loll1es
This is store specific, just been to my and still priced at £5.08 (extortionate price). Its great stuff but I buy from http://www.pharmacyfix.co.uk/beauty/deodorants/sure-maximum-protection-deodorant-for-women.htm @ £3.99 each


3.89 in bodycare
#27
brilly
3.89 in bodycare


linky :?
#28
loll1es
linky :?

instore, its a chain of 100 or so shops iirc but they dont have a website

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