If you’re like most people, you’ve probably used the same brand of deodorant for years. But maybe it’s time for you to think about changing it.
When you sweat your armpits harbor bacteria, and just as bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics, it’s possible for your armpits to become immune to the ingredients in your current deodorant.
Ideally, you want to switch brands about every 6 months to prevent resistance. Using an antiperspirant will help. You should look for one that contains about 10% aluminum chloride — according to experts in this field. How do you become an armpit odor expert?????????
Every once in a while I need a break from writing about drug diversion. Hope you enjoyed this and learned something.
Dr Ken Romeo is a forensic scientist and board-certified physician. His research interests are in the fields of experimental criminology, crimes of drug diversion, fraud and financial crimes. He has conducted field experiments on finding ways to reduce drug diversion by health care workers and detect financial crimes in the US health care system. In conjunction with governmental authorities, Dr Romeo is currently developing new methods and tools for detecting physician and pharmacy driven drug diversion at the earliest stages.