Revlon Lady Mitchum Lady's Roll On Powder Fresh Reviews
Product Type: Revlon Antiperspirant / Deodorant
Description:Brand: Revlon / Deodorants / For Women / Type: Roll-on / Subcategory: Powder / Roll on / Suitable for: Body / What it does: Refreshes,
Newest Review: ... fragrance, the smell is not overpowering in any way and does not interfere with the perfume I choose to wear, however the ... more
Customer Revlon Lady Mitchum Lady's Roll On Powder Fresh Reviews (34)
by - written on 03/09/13, updated on 03/09/13 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Mitchum Roll on antiperspirant deodorant Why would this be right for you? I chose this deodorant after trialing many roll on and natural alternatives. I got fed up of being wet under the arms, even if it didn't smell nasty it was still soggy and not what I wanted. This product was on offer and claimed that it was effective for up to 48 hours! I wanted to remain confidently dry in the arm pit area and not have embarrassing wet marks on show. Is it a quality brand that I can trust? Are there any brands out there that you can completely trust? Revlon make Mitchum and claim to avoid testing on animals so if that is important to you then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/12 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I've been using Mitchum deodorant for several years now, as I do tend to sweat quite a lot and need a heavy duty anti-perspirant which Mitchum seems to lead the pack on. Over the last year or so, however, I've begun to notice that the formulation must have changed, and I've been frantically searching for an alternative so I can stop using it! First of all, why have I been using it for so long? Well, it really does work. The bottle claims 48-hour protection, which I've never tested because, well, I still like to wash every day regardless of whether I'm sweaty or not! I do find though that it lasts a day of work, sports, dashing about a city on holiday, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I first tried Mitchum's Powder Fresh roll on deodorant because it was recommended by a friend. She has been raving about how much she loves the scent! I decided to try it for myself when I saw it in The 99p Store, as I knew it is usually sold for nearly 3 times as much. [£2.89 in Boots and Superdrug, for 100ml.] I have used Mitchum products before and have found them to be good in general. Powder Fresh is both an anti-perspirant and a deodorant, and is said to minimise white marks, to last 48 hours and to be quick drying although I far from agree with all those claims. The roll on is in quite a chunky bottle which makes it easy to hold. Most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Mitchum's deodorant and antiperspirant range has been around for years quietly going about its business of being one of the most effective brands around. Until recently Mitchum has kept a relatively low profile in terms of advertising but the brand has always had a steady reputation; now, though, with new packaging and a higher profile, Mitchum products are commanding more attention. The powder fresh-roll on is part of Mitchum's Advanced Control range for women (the range for men is called Mitchum Endurance). Both ranges include aerosols, roll-ons and gel sticks in a variety of scents as a well as a non-scented version in each formulation. Certainly in the UK ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Until recently I had been using Asda's Essential Care deodorant but the supermarket have recently overhauled their product line and stopped production of the product I used. I was paying around 70p for the shop's own brand and I found both price and performance to be excellent for me. In terms of sweating I consider myself to be quite a heavy sweater. I do suffer from anxiety which makes the problem worse and at times I would say I suffer from hyper-hydrosis. Finding deodorants and anti-perspiant products that actually work on me has always been a problem. That's why when I found the cheap Asda brand worked a treat I stuck with it for years. I was really worried when I .. Read the complete review
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