Product Review & Blog Giveaway: Secret Clinical Strength

October 12, 2009 · 1 comment

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I was recently offered the opportunity by Vocalpoint to try Secret Clinical Strength anti-perspirant / deodorant and tell about it.

If you’re not familiar with Vocalpoint, it is “a community for women that provides valuable and interesting insights about new products, surveys, daily tips, articles, and coupons/samples”. ~~vocalpoint.com

I received a sample of Secret Clinical Strength anti-perspirant / deodorant in the advanced solid light and fresh scent. The sample did come in a box similar to the one pictured above. Both the box and the actual anti-perspirant / deodorant container featured attractive fonts and simple lines in complimentary colors that were attractive to the eye. With that being said, I really felt that the box was unnecessary and just added to the waste that we all struggle to free ourselves from in our journey to become waste-free. I really hope that Secret re-thinks their marketing plan on this product and gets rid of the box!

Even though it is recommended that this product be applied at night, I made every attempt to sample this product at different times of the day:

  • immediately upon receiving the product (even though I already had another brand of anti-perspirant / deodorant on from earlier in the morning)
  • immediately after my shower the following morning
  • later the following day after an afternoon shower
  • a couple of days later after a bed-time shower

Secret Clinical Strength anti-perspirant / deodorant performed very well for me. I do not regularly use the solid form of an anti-perspirant / deodorant since I much prefer the clear gels so this product was a ‘step outside the box’ for me. I was pleasantly surprised with how smooth this product was to apply – it was very creamy and left no solid residue. In addition, the scent was truly light and fresh and not overwhelming at all.

I’ve never had a problem with regular strength products not providing adequate coverage for me so I don’t believe that I am the right person to attest to its performance as a clinical strength product that provides prescription-strength protection for the most demanding body chemistries. However, the product did perform as promised on the Secret website, providing 24-hour coverage after its application.

In searching for this product on the web, the price-point does seem a bit high; but again, I’m not familiar with the price-points of prescription-strength products.

In closing, I would recommend new Secret Clinical Strength to others, especially those needing a prescription-strength product, depending upon the price-point.

Would you like to try Secret Clinical Strength anti-perspirant / deodorant? I have several coupons valued at $2.00 OFF that I would love to share! They don’t expire until 12/31/2009 so you’ll have plenty of time to redeem.

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1 Jacquelyne October 12, 2009 at 9:18 pm

count me in on a discount if you still have one left…

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