“ Brand: Lynx / Type: spray / Gender: for men / Suitable for: Body „
Ok. I have a secret to admit- I use Lynx anti perspirants!( I am a girl) When I have finished peeling off unwanted chicks, I can say that this one smells delicious.
I particularly like the dry breed which comes in a variety of great fragrances.
What I like about this, it works ALL DAY, does not come off on my clothes and the scent is beautiful.
The canister is clever too, it pulls up to seal and down to open.
This is the only anti perspirant which has never ever irritated my eczema prone skin and which actually works for ages and ages, even in hot weather.
I fisrt started using it as my boyfriend had it in his bathroom, and now I buy it for myself.
It is also good value, I just bought two canisters for £4. There are many applications in each spray can.
One can lasts me about 2-3 months.
The Lynx scents are perfected with fashion clearly in view by top parfumiers.
I currently use Africa, which is soft and vanilla with hints of amber and musk, but i would like this new one which smells like eau de cologne but fresher and mintier.
I have been using this for a year now and find it just as lovely as ever, I reckon it is the best anti-perspirant on the market . It leaves no stain on your clothes and is light and efficient to spray, looks nice in the bathroom and is fairly inexpensive.
Lynx Dry Click Sharp Focus Anti-Perspirant
Who doesn't use a deodorant? Well sometimes you realise not everybody when you are sitting next to them in a train and you notice that they smell! So you would think everybody would use one, or some people are just saying the wrong ones. I would recommend to those people to read these reviews! I have used all deodorants from Lynx by now, because I really like the scent of most of them and they are not that expensive. The Lynx Dry click anti-persirant comes in the range Dry deodorants from Lynx and should prevent you from sweating, but does it really work?
Lynx Dry Click Sharp Focus Anti-Perspirant does stand out from the other deodorants with it typical black and silver can and this funky blue design at the front. It got a really good design, which also gives it high expectations. The new can that Lynx have been using now is really nice and handy. This screw cap on the can prevents you for spraying per accident or that the can will leak in your bag. It's easy to use.
But does it work and prevent me from sweating and smelling bad? Well I really like the scent of this deodorant, It's fresh, but not like menthol, but more sweeter. It's certainly not a heavy smell, but you can definitely smell it when you put it on. It's quiet out there but after a minute you don't really notice it anymore. Does me prevent me from sweating? I'm a little bit doubtful because this one. It does prevent me from sweating but this is a special edition and should prevent sweating even more. I'm not totally convinced about this, but I didn't really test it by going running or something. I like the Lynx products and think they are good on this department. I never really sweat a lot and I still smell nice.
The Lynx Dry Click Sharp Focus Anti-Perspirant is really one I would recommend for smelling nice during the day. I do have to say I'm a little doubtful that it prevents you from sweating all day long. Normally I like to use it again after a day work, just to be sure. The spray is very friendly to my skin and it never irritates, which is really important. So definitely a good one to use!
This product is great for a number of reasons. Firstly it has the unique click smell which i think is the best fragrance in this range of deoderants. It's not too overpowering and whilst some deodorents can smell cheap and strong, this fragrance is light and classy. It works well alongside aftershaves because it doesn't over power them, unlike some deoderants. Secondly, unlike other product by the same company, this produt contains anti-perspirant. With body sprays the chances are that after long periods of exertion, the smell of sweat is no longer hidden and you are just left smelling bad. However with this product you are kept dry from sweat all day and smell nice at the same time. This also means you don't have to use too of the product as you would if you were trying to mask sweat smell. My only negative opinion on this product is that it shouldn't be worn at night. As with any anti-perspirant it is important to let skin breath and not clog up pores which leads to trapped dirt in the skin. Therefore it's important not to use too much of this product and to only apply during the day or for periods of particular exercise or stress.
I bought this for my brother as he wanted some spray as he is getting to that teenage age where boys tend to get a bit smelly... (no offense!)
I got it from boots for about £2.50 as I seem to remember which was a little more expensive than other similar sprays in various chemists. (I think I got this particular one at Superdrug)
It has quite striking packaging with a silver and black metal design and blue detailing which characterizes the Lynx brand- which coincidently I reckon is THE biggest low price deodrant/spray for men at the moment. What is also clever is the twistable top part of the bottle which covers the spray part whilst you are carrying around in your bag etc.- this is brilliant as the designers obviously realise how easy it is to lose a cap off the top of the bottle and then not being able to transport the spray at all!
The spray claims to have 24 hours anti-perspirant which is good for the sweaty days of teenagers and it does seem to work for my brother which is good news!
The spray itself has a quite masculine scent which smells quite artifical and almost clinical when just sprayed into the air, but when it is actually sprayed onto skin I think that it must sink in (or something more scientific) and it then smells quite nice and natural too. The smell does fade quite quickly too.
Lynx have one of the biggest lines of men's deodorant around and just about every edition I can think of has been a success. I have chosen to review one of their anti-perspirant's. "Dry Click" Sharp Focus is a deodorant that I have owned a couple of times and it's part of the change in design of the Lynx can with the screw cap which is designed to keep the deodorant fresher than before. The button is also easy to use and makes it very comfortable to use.
Like the other Lynx cans this is 150ml and has the same shape. Dry Click has a cool fragrance which although not the best Lynx has to offer is a very fine scent. As you can see from the picture with this review, It has a flashy blue sign which is easily spotted when you are in the toiletries aisle in the supermarket and It also has the unmistakable Lynx look about it that will entice regular users of Lynx products. I certainly tend to try others from a similar brand if I like one particular item of theirs.
Now how does this work as an Anti-Perspirant?? well it's a lot better than the Original Source anti perspirant that I bought a few months ago that led to clothing material getting stuck to my arm-pit. Lynx Dry Click works quite well with your pits as the odour protection is it's best asset but it does not work as well as some when it comes to sweat reduction. You probably won't sweat as much as you would without it but as an Anti-Perspirant it gets it half right. This is good for everyday work use but not really for sports or other strenuous activities where you would sweat a lot.
**Price and Availability**
Lynx is available just about anywhere that sells toiletries and you will be able to find this one the shelf as part of some great offers like buy one get one free or 2 for £3 for instance. On their own they typically retail for around £2 which is about par for the course for a deodorant of 150mls. It is quite rare to find them not on offer so look around for the best offer as you really could save a bit of money if you use Lynx regularly. You can mix them with other Lynx products as part of the offers available too.
Whilst this is a very good deodorant it loses a star due to it's slightly less convincing performance when it comes to sweat management. The smell is a big plus point and it's a shame that the sweat performance affects the rating as this could have easily been another of Lynx's 5 star products. I would still recommend this deodorant for people but If you are going to be doing very strenuous exercise then I would use something else to keep the sweat away more effectively than this does.
Lynx Dry is *the* anti-perspirant for men on the market today, yes it's more expensive than most but quite simply nothing beats it...period! It's not as pungent as others and hence doesn't get up your nose or in your eyes when you spray it. Furthermore Lynx consistently try to come up with new fragrances, the stalwart for many is undoubtedly Africa, and that Chocolate one from last year is rather good but Click is different from both, it is far lighter and easy on the armpit (and the women).
The canister is very simple, unlike some of the Sure for men ones which you need a manual to get to work, just twist it and press the button! Also all Lynx Dry cans are 2 for £4 in Asda at the moment so I recommend you guys stock up!
Lynx dry is all a man needs, it doesn't make your armpit turn to white powder nor does it make you sneeze and give you a runny nose it just makes you smell nice!
As part of the Lynx Dry range, this Dry Click version has a unique and masculine smell. The deodorant is now an anti-perspirant also, but I have not found this feature to be very effective. It works well as a deodorant and is perhaps one of the best smelling out there.
It comes in a very stylish, modern and cool can. It's a black and silver metallic style. The Lynx logo goes up the middle with a blue logo designed just below. The can is 150ml in volume and a little shorter and wider than other cans. It is very lightweight and it's good size makes it efficient to use.
The top has a large plastic part fitted on. This is twisted and the spray nozzle will simultaneously wind up and stick out above the can. This is a nifty little trick that is satisfying to do every morning and brings a somewhat futuristic feel to the can. You are meant to spray at 15cm length from your skin. The nozzle sprays out a good deal of deodorant at first but as the can gets used more, it seems to come out less as a fine mist rather than as slightly larger particles. Its effectiveness actually seems to degrade over time.
You simply press down on a large button mounted on the plastic top. You can only press it once you have raised the nozzle by twisting the top. This is easy to do as there are lines for grip and it easily twists up. This function is good compared to the locking function of other deodorants as it works easily and well.
The deodorant has a very nice masculine smell, which will stay on your body most the day. The odour given off is excellent but it doesn't keep you very dry. I have used this several times and I still sweated like a pig in some mildly warm weather. The anti-perspirant doesn't seem to have much effect so I would recommend another manufacturer over this one if you are looking for an anti-perspirant.
You can buy a can for around £2.20, which isn't too bad a price but not worth it considering the product doesn't do a very good job. It certainly smells very nice but it won't keep you dry and you will still sweat a lot in hot weather. I would not recommend this product but you may as well try it and see if it works for you.
Thanks for reading,
LYNX Dry is the greatest invention known to man. If like most men you hate the wet sticky feel of a normal anti-perspirant then LYNX dry is for you. It's quick and simple apply like any other deodorant and avoid eyes and mouth, well general face areas but then you shouldn't have to be told that. LYNX dry stops you sweating more effectively than any other anti-perspirant I have ever used. Now I am not the type that sweats an awful lot; but I find that even sweating a little is rather repulsive. The Twist top is also a nice little feature as it prevents the can going off in your bag when under pressure. Basically buy LYNX it smells nice and stops sweat now if that hasn't convinced you, I recommend that you watch the adverts. While they not based on actual events, they are rather amusing and I think should be enough to get anybody to try them at least once. Good product and reasonably priced!
Since Lynx have been selling the dry range, I have been buying it. Ever since I have used deodorant, I have hated 'wet' sprays and the way they feel on your skin when applied, so the dry range was a super innovation for me.
I have found that you can get the dry range in most retailers, but smaller shops don't tend to stock it as much. It is around the £2.50p to £3 mark for a single can, but there are normally offers of some description avaulable if you look around different shops.
As with the normal Lynx range, there are a number of fragrances to pick from and all smell pretty good, but I prefer the classic that is Africa, although I will pick up which ever one the shop has.
The can has a very good design for application, being that you have to twist the top/lid to 'open' the spray. Then you can spray away to your heart's content and a simple twist back to close the can again.
I find the actual spray to have a nice feel when you spray it, not cold and wet when you use a normal deodorant that isn't dry. Once you have sprayed, there is no waiting around for your underarms to dry, just put your top on and you don't have to worry about it.
The only thing I have found with the spray is that I don't get every uber hot woman following me down the street because of "The Lynx Effect", so don't believe that hype.
All in all, a pretty good deodorant to use.
Being an early-twenties, pro-active male, I therefore sweat. Not profusely, not disgraceful, but these things happen. Deodorant, for all of it's scents, does not prevent this, nor does it cover it up, but antiperspirant does.
Now, human sweat itself is, apparently, mostly odourless...until bacteria gets involved. This occurs in hot, humid conditions - e.g. under the armpits. I could at this point become all scientific, but this isn't a specific review on the ins-and-outs of antiperspirants vs. deodorants, but rather a look at one of the copious number of brands from Unilever's Lynx Dry range...
First of all, here's the tag line for the brand... "Lynx Click Dry Sharp Focus Anti-Perspirant keeps you sharp, dry and focused all day long. The unique Click fragrance has a fresh and clean aroma to help you create an impact wherever you go. It leaves you smelling good as well as having confidence-giving all day dryness." ...okay, that's quite a lengthy tag-line, but does help sum up the whole product it one full swoop.
It comes in a silver and black metallica design, with the now familar Lynx screw-top canister which means there's no lid to be lost but the nozzle remains covered when not in use. 'Click' is perhaps not as famous or indeed popular as some of the Lynx styles such as 'Africa'.
Obviously, the usually health and safety restrictions apply...but it's basically an idiots guide - Do not spray near eyes, on broken skin, if irritation develops, expose to temperatues exceedint 50 degrees, keep away from fire, use in well-ventilated places etc. etc. And as for the ingredients, but I think you can forgive me from listing all of them - have you ever seen the types of lavished science-lab-created nonsense that goes into these things...Some inevitable critics have said that due to the various things included in antiperspirants, they can be linked to some forms of cancer. This however, has never even come close to be provened, so don't panic just yet.
But of course, you're all probably wondering what it smells like. Hmmm, that's actually a tough one. At least with things like washing-powder you're informed it smells of white diamond and lotus flower - despite the fact no one actually knowing what that smells like - but with the Lynx branding, the smells come in the form of names such as Click, Africa, Vice, Pulse, Touch and so on...basically the name gives nothing away. If anything, although they should sound like macho-testosterone-filled names, they sound rather unappetising. In my attempt to describe the smell, I'd say it's the best fragrance I've come across because it combines a musky aftershave smell with cut grass, new leather and caramel. There you go, the description is as ridiculous as the name.
As for the price, I recently brought 3 of these in Tescos as they were on offer at 3 for £5...usually you'll look to spend over £2 to £2.50 for each one - not cheap considering some of the other brands available in the market, but I guess you pay for the name partly, and for the most part, the acceptable fragrance compared to some of the other 'lesser' fragnances, for use of a better term.
A 24 hour anti-perspirant to help you stay dry all day