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Bailey was living at Wheeler after being arrested in February on accusations of stealing deodorant, shaving cream, after-shave and a belt from a west-side Family Dollar, according to a probable cause affidavit.
But along with the toothbrushes, deodorant and towels, Jennifer Appel was considering her bucket list.
Like its peers, Unilever—which also owns Axe deodorant and Lipton tea—has been suffering through a double whammy of headwinds.
Don’t use deodorant before your mammogram
On the train to work the other day, the woman sitting in front of me applied deodorant.
Ben & Jerry’s has rapidly lost U.S. market share to upstart low-calorie ice-cream brand Halo Top, while Unilever’s European deodorant business has had to contend with cut-price German rivals.
Although Native Deodorant's Pumpkin Spice Latte scented deodorant is made with nontoxic ingredients.
The air is scented with fish and brine, diesel fuel and deep-frying oil, duty-free perfume and the loud-smelling deodorants popular with younger men.
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