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Gold Medal Deodorant Stick - 50ml

  • Gold Medal Deodorant Stick
  • Gold Medal Deodorant Stick
  • Gold Medal Deodorant Stick
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Product Description

ATKINSONS Gold Medal Deodrant Stick (50ml)

Product

Atkinson’s GOLD MEDAL is the superior secent, a natural harmony of citrus notes including bergamot, orange, lemon, tangerine blossom, lavender, rosemary, rose and exotic woods. Awarded a gold medal as far back as 1878 at the Paris Universal Exposition, then as now this classic refined fragrance expresses the timeless value of personal style and authentic class. Atkinson’s GOLD MEDAL Deodorant stick has a fresh and unmistakable up-to-the minute fragrance accompanied by an efficient long-lasting deodorant action and is the perfect compliment to the classic Gold Medal Eau de Cologne for a harmonised scent. Comes in a 50ml deodrant stick.

How to use

Apply under the armpits with soft storkes. Do not over apply.

Recommended for

All skin types.

Grooming Tip

Always allow deodrant to dry thoroughly before dressing to avoid stains to clothing

 

Ingredients

Alcohol denat, butylene glycol, propylene glycol, aqua (water), stearic acid, palmitic acid, parfum (fragrance), cetearyl alcohol, sodium hydroxide, limonene, linalool, myristic acid, lauric acid, CI 15985 (sunset yellow), CI 47005 (acid yellow 3).

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  1. Well Balanced Scent 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Apr 2017

    Very good deodorant, gets me through the working day with a well balanced scent, citrus then lavender with a masculine woody/musky finish.


About Atkinsons.

In 1799, James Atkinson began selling his handmade pomades and perfumes, and had such success that his brother Edward travelled to London to help him establish J&E Atkinsons Ltd. In 1826, they were honoured with a royal warrant by King George IV, and their products were favoured by other royal families and celebrities around the world. In the early 1900s, the company was purchased by the Italian Lever Faberge division of the British-Dutch giant Unilever, then the German Wella Cosmopolitan Cosmetics in 2002, then the American giant Procter & Gamble in 2007, and then most recently by Morris Profumi, an Italian-based subsidiary of Investindustrial, in 2008. Through the years, the J&E Atkinsons brand has remained a premium line and respected worldwide for its quality. ¶ÿ