Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Certian Dri Review & GIVE-A-WAY!

Certain DRI


If you applied your antiperspirant now would it still be effective in three days? Well, with Certain Dri® Anti-Perspirant roll-on or solid, the answer would be YES, since it offers 72-hours of continuous sweat protection.

One application at bedtime provides triple the 24-hour promise of other clinical strength antiperspirants at only a fraction of the cost!  Make certain you’re dry this season….just apply it, forget it and raise your arms in confidence.  With Certain Dri you'll be free to indulge in your favorite summer activities without the worry of embarrassing underarm wetness.

Certain Dri Anti-Perspirant is the strongest available formula without a prescription and is the #1 over-the-counter antiperspirant recommended by doctors for controlling excessive underarm perspiration. Certain Dri should be applied approximately 2-3 times a week before bedtime, allowing for it to penetrate into the pores overnight. If you still want to use a deodorant in the morning – you can create your own personal sweat protection system with your favorite deodorant or Certain Dri A.M. Underarm Refresher.

Certain Dri is available in mass market retail, supermarkets and drug stores nationwide, as well as via online retailers and at www.certaindri.com. Suggested retail price for Certain Dri Anti-Perspirant Roll-On, Solid and A.M. Underarm Refresher (stick or roll-on) is $5.50 - $5.99 (typically 40% less than “clinical strength” antiperspirants).

Learn more at www.CertainDri.com and join our sweat-free community at www.facebook.com/certaindri for offers and giveaways.

 Certain Dri will be hosting the 72-Hour Marathon Giveaway on Facebook their page this spring. We’ll select a random winner every hour for 72-hours to win Certain Dri Anti-Perspirant (roll-on or solid). Exact dates and the entry form will be released on the Certain Dri Facebook page!

Certain Dri Solid contains Aluminum Sesquichlorohydrate, also effective for extended protection and better for individuals with more sensitive skin.

What about daytime use? Since Certain Dri works best when used at bedtime, we have specially formulated Certain Dri AM just for mornings and daytime use. It will provide all day freshness and deodorant protection you need. 

What causes perspiration? Any of the following factors, separately or in combination, can cause varying amounts of perspiration: physical exertion; mental or emotional stress; warm or hot temperatures; nonporous, heavy clothing; obesity or endocrine dysfunction; inherited factors.

Why does perspiration occur? When your body "overheats" as a result of any of the above factors, it activates the sweat glands, especially those in the underarm area (axillary glands), to produce perspiration which is emitted through your skin pores. The perspiration then evaporates to produce a cooling effect, thereby reducing the body's skin temperature.

What causes underarm odor? In it's freshly released state, perspiration is generally odorless. However, whin it exist in a confined and damp underarm area, it decomposes and causes odor-producing bacteria to form. Combined with natural salt and uric acid which are also emitted through the pores, the perspiration then takes on its familiar unpleasant odor.

What is a deodorant? A deodorant is any kind of fragrance used to cover up or deodorize one odor with another. While perfumes are generally used, some people resort to herb, fruit or musk aromas to disguise underarm odor. Rarely, however, can a deodorant inhibit perspiration or retard bacterial growth and odor for more than a very brief time.

What is an anti-perspirant? A true anti-perspirant, as its name implies, should - like Certian Dri - shrink and close off underarm pores to inhibit the flow of perspiration. The more effective the formulation, the more effective and longer lasting the anti-perspirant relief will be. Generally an anti-perspirant is also a deodorant because it prevents perspiration which is the source of odor-causing bacteria. However, a deodorant is not an anti-perspirant.

Is it safe to close off underarm pores? Yes. Both underamrs represent an area of only about 6 to 8 sq. in. Nature simply and safely redistributes the perspiration around to other 2,700 sq. in. of the body's skin surface.


According to US Army medical researchers: "Anti-perspirants reduces the sweating that create friction, and friction leads to blisters. By reducing sweating, an antiperspirant also helps existing foot blisters to heal faster."

Lead researcher, Joseph Knapik MD, suggest applying an anti-perspirant to your feet every day for five days before a major walk, run or bike ride.

The difference between a deodorant & an antiperspirant is a DEODEORANT: Masks the odor. An ANTI-PERSPIRANT: Slows down or stops the sweating process when used.


My opinion: I love Certain-DRI I've tried both the roll on and now the stick. I personally like the stick better although it's a little harder to apply because it is such a thick consistency. I apply mine at bedtime because it will work while you sleep to shrink your pores so it can stop perspiration all day. It will not wash off the next day, even after showering! You will  tend to get a bit dry under the underarms which is why I alternate a softer deodorant like dove or whatever you choose and it helps even out so your underarms stay soft. I've worn this out and it's quite humid here where I live and I will hardly sweat at all. Usually before my underarms would I know gross, but be soaked with working-out or just walking around. My underarms don't smell when I use this and I barely sweat at all .. I find that to be awesome! 

A couple things you can do to help with odor is make sure that you exfoliate under your under-arms when you shower or bath. Use a loofah sponge or loofah bath puff. They can be found at any pharmacy or stores such as Walmart. If you do use loofahs make sure that you sterilize it meaning like wash it with anti-bacterial soap after each use because loofahs can keep bacteria inside them after all they are used to remove dead skin so I'm assuming a lot of dead skin can stay behind. A lot of people don't like to use loofahs, but I have no problem with them as long as I use a good anti-bacterial soap to deep clean them. Id try to find ones that are softer for you're under-arm area if you can. The loofah will remove a lot of excess deodorant you have left behind, bacteria, and dead skin. That way when you do apply you're deoderant you're pores are cleared and they can absorb the CertainDRI or deodorant of you're choice better. Also, using loofahs help for a cleaner shave.

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This product was sent to me as apart of a review for Certain-DRI.

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