Eucerin 24 h Deodorant Sensitive Skin Roll-On

Protects especially sensitive skin from odor

This mild formula deodorant is proven to protect against odour, and is suitable even if you have sensitive or deo-intolerant skin.

Eucerin 24 h Deodorant Sensitive Skin Roll-On is free from potential irritants like perfume, alcohol, preservatives and colorants. As it returns the skin to its natural pH value it’s skin friendly too. The formula has been tested and proven to be effective on people with very sensitive skin and Atopic Dermatitis, as well as those suffering from deo-intolerance and armpit eczema.

Clinical Studies

Clinical Studies prove 24 hours of protection against odour even in case of deo intolerance, eczema and atopic dermatitis.

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Apply after showering in the morning or evening or as needed.

Female applying 24 h Deodorant Sensitive Skin Roll-on to under arm
Use daily for maximum effectiveness

Do's and Dont's

Use Eucerin 24 h Deodorant Sensitive Skin Roll-On if...

Try a different product if …

You have very sensitive skin:

As it’s free from alcohol, colorants, preservatives and perfumes, which can cause skin irritation, Eucerin 24 h Deodorant Sensitive Skin Roll-On can help even if you’ve previously been intolerant to deodorant.

You have a skin condition:

Eucerin 24 h Deodorant Sensitive Skin Pump-Spray has been tested on people with PsoriasisAtopic Dermatitis or armpit eczema.

You have broken, irritated or injured skin.
You’re allergic to any of the ingredients.
You suffer from heavy or excessive sweating:

Frequently asked questions

How do deodorants work?

Deodorants contain substances that slow down the formation, and reduce the volume, of odour-producing bacteria (bacteriostasis). Deodorants also contain ingredients that absorb odour-forming substances. In doing so, they reduce body odour. Finally, by adding scents and perfumes, deodorants can mask unpleasant body odours.

What causes sweating?

Sweating is a completely natural and very important physiological response to heat. However, excessive sweating can be hereditary, the result of an underlying medical condition or a reaction to a particular drug.