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TryDry

Hey y’all.

I just wanted to bring you a quick review.

I am a participant of the Influenster Program.

They reached out and asked if I wanted to try a new product, and of course I couldn’t say no. I had seen the commercials for it as well as having seen it in stores, so I agreed to # TryDry.

Influenster sent me the Degree MotionSense DrySpray in the scent Fresh Energy. I have been trialing it now for a bit over a month, and I’m ready to share my honest opinions with you.

 I am liking this DrySpray. I don’t love it, but I like it.

It definitely goes on dry, leaving no residue, which is great. It smells amazing, and it’s not an overpowering scent. It’s super conveniently sized for travel and lightweight, but still a lot of product, so it last for a long time. It also has a lock mechanism so that its doesn’t mistakenly spray when you don’t want it to.

Like I said it does definitely go on dry, which is a great improvement over the slush feeling from regular stick deodorant. The scent is lovely but it fades rather quickly, which for me is a minus. Also the staying power for me is a bit shoddy.

When wearing this deodorant on a “long” or on a busy day I didn’t feel as thought it held up to my activity level. The label states that it’s a 48 hour anti-perspirant, but I wouldn’t trust it for that amount of time without a few refreshers.

Also I have no problems smell checking myself when I’m out an about and have a secret moment. When I did, I was dry and I didn’t smell BO, but I also didn’t feel as fresh as when I had just put it on or as I would’ve, had I been wearing my regular deodorant.

On less busy days I think it worked well, but I don’t think I would trust it at the gym.

Overall, I do think this is a good product. It smells good and works okay. But I’m not loving the lack of staying power.

Have you guys tried this Degree DrySpray? If you have let me know below, if you haven’t would you?

Till the next one!

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