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Sweatnil Anti- Perspirant Gel Roll On: Review, Price, Where to Buy

Hello people,
I’ve been repeatedly listening to Blank Space by Taylor Swift today. And that’s when I was conversing with my college mate in sign language. Lately, my friends and I have been playing dumb charades and even though I am not really a movie person, we are getting pro into it! *Wink* Hence the whole sign language thing.

If you’ve been my companion, reading all my gibbering and reviews then you’d be aware about the products that I received from Ethicare Remedies; about which you can read here. So today I shall walk you forth with my take on their Sweatnil Anti – Perspirant Gel Roll On. Let’s begin!

Description: Sweatnil gel is formulated with Aluminium Chlorohydrate which when applied locally, effectively helps to control excessive perspiration.

Key Ingredients: Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate – 15%

Ingredients: Aqua, Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate, Glycerine, Propylene Glycol, Polyquaternium, EDTA, Allantoin, Salicylic Acid, DMDM Hydantoin, Phenoxy Ethanol, Propyl Paraben, Methyl Paraben, Perfume.

   ·    Wash well and pat dry the area before application.
   ·     Apply directly on affected area like palm, foot, underarms, etc.
   ·     Do not apply on injured or irritated skin.
   ·     Allow the product to dry completely.

Price: INR 170 for 50 ml of content

Where to Buy: Ethicare Remedies , Ethinext

Packaging: The Sweatnil roll on comes in a light blue cardboard outer box which has all the details mentioned onto it; ranging from price to ingredients (mentioned above). Also, it has a holographic seal which mentions the pharmacy name- Ethinext that has invested its research into making products under the name of Ethicare Remedies. The roll on comes in a white plastic opaque bottle with screw cap and label sticker of the same colour as that of the outer packaging. Though it isn’t fancy but it is sturdy enough to be kept within the travelling bag. The cap too is not flimsy. Since it is made up of plastic, the roll on bottle is pretty light weight unlike some roll-ons that come in glass bottle.

How it fared: Let me not mention the brand name but if you scroll down my old posts then you’d realize that in my past I have once used a roll on that darkened my underarms even when it claimed whitening; that too within two usages. This is the second roll on that I’ve used.
I am trying to identify the fragrance of it but my memory betrays. The fragrance isn’t too over the top or anything but mild like that of powders such as Mycoderm. The roll on ball gives out adequate amount of gel like content that is transparent and it really does curb your underarms from excessive down pour. I sweat like a man sometimes and it kinda gets embarrassing when your clothes get wet from underarms area. I mean sweating is really natural but it makes you feel awkward for days when you wanna set your first impression in the right direction. It’s been approximately two weeks and I saw no skin darkening in my armpits.

Final Thought: It’s quite affordable and does its job well. So definitely worth trying out!

Until Next Time,

Take Care<3


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