Origin of deodorantfrom de- + Classical Latin odorans, present participle of odorare, to smell from odor, odor
having the power of preventing, destroying, or masking undesired odors
any deodorant preparation; esp., a liquid or semisolid substance used on the body
- A substance applied to the skin to mask or suppress body odors.
- A substance released into the air to counteract unwanted odors.
Capable of masking or neutralizing odors.
(comparative more deodorant, superlative most deodorant)
- acting or including an agent to eliminate, reduce, mask, or control odor
- Once you've removed all of your underarm hair, pat your armpits dry and wait several minutes prior to applying your anti-perspirant or deodorant to avoid chemical reactions or painful stings on this sensitive area.
- For a young girl or boy, this means taking more time to clean the body, especially the sexual organs, to treat acne, use mouthwash for bad breath, and deodorant for stronger body odor.
- If you need to control scent and sweat but don't want to expose yourself to dangerous chemicals, Terra Firma Naturals Sport deodorant is an excellent option worth your consideration.
- Other men's care products available in the scent include a 4.2 ounce after shave, 5.1 ounce after shave gel, a 6.7 ounce combination hair and body shampoo, and a 2.6 ounce deodorant.
- Part of the company's collection for men, Terra Firma Naturals Sport deodorant, which was recently reformulated to protect against odor even more strongly, is full of antioxidants that actually boost your health, rather than compromise it.