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L'Oreal Paris Men Expert Shirt Protect 48H Anti-Perspirant Roll-On Deodorant 50ml down to £1.50 @ Amazon add on item
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L'Oreal Paris Men Expert Shirt Protect 48H Anti-Perspirant Roll-On Deodorant 50ml down to £1.50 @ Amazon add on item
Posted 31st Oct 2018

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  • High-performance antiperspirant roll on for men
  • Developed with multiple technologies
  • Protects against all types of deodorant marks
  • Formulated to protect your shirt from sweat patches, yellow stains and white marks
  • Keeps you fresh and comfortable all day long
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sam_of_london20 m ago

Cold . I never buy any spray or roll on with aluminium and alcohol and get …Cold . I never buy any spray or roll on with aluminium and alcohol and get cancerbreastcanceruk.org.uk/science-and-research/background-briefings/aluminium-salts/https://www.nhs.uk/news/cancer/are-deodorants-linked-with-breast-cancer/


You never buy them and get cancer........bummer
£1.27 S&S for me thank you.
sam_of_london3 h, 12 m ago

Cold . I never buy any spray or roll on with aluminium and alcohol and get …Cold . I never buy any spray or roll on with aluminium and alcohol and get cancerbreastcanceruk.org.uk/science-and-research/background-briefings/aluminium-salts/https://www.nhs.uk/news/cancer/are-deodorants-linked-with-breast-cancer/



Very good, though read what they actually say. Also Aluminum is the third most naturally abundant element in the environment, found in food, water, and pharmaceuticals, including makeup.

In 2014 the EU's Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) conducted an assessment of aluminium in antiperspirants and found there was no indication that these increase the risk of cancer


At this is a small study in only 17 women who had mastectomies for breast cancer, the conclusions that can be drawn from this study are limited, particularly in relation to the contribution of deodorants to the risk of breast cancer:

  • The researchers do not compare the amount of aluminium from the breast cancer patients with levels in women who don’t have breast cancer. Therefore, we have no way of knowing whether the levels of aluminium here are different from those in healthy women.
  • The study was small and small studies are inherently less reliable than larger studies. In small studies, statistically significant results are more likely to happen by chance.
  • The researchers do not know whether the women in this study use aluminium-containing deodorants or not, so there is no way of knowing where this aluminium comes from.
  • As the researchers themselves acknowledge “we have no direct evidence that the aluminium measured in these breast biopsies originated from antiperspirant”.

Though if you google also why would you not also be worried about mobile phones and Alcohol, but more worried about a test conducted on 17 people, which didn't even test against the levels of aluminum in normal healthy tissue.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 31st Oct 2018
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