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GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant


GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant

What it is:A hair-minimizing antiperspirant.What it does:Make peace, not hair. Feeling like Tarzan instead of Jane? No need to go ape over jungle-like hair growth and rain forest-level wetness. Stop monkeying around with the ordinary and make peace with two decidedly indelicate concerns with a solution uniquely camouflaged as a daily antiperspirant.What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic DyesHelp save the primates! DERMAdoctor will donate a percentage of the proceeds from Gorilla Warfare to the Jane Goodall Institute.
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Questions & Answers for Dermadoctor GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant

Question
If applied once a day, how long does this product typically last?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
happyKRiTY
(SoCal)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
8 answers
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answer 1
One bottle lasts about 4 months for me.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
Catwomanca
(CA)
answer 2
I apply it in the morning only. In the evening after taking a shower I use a natural deodorant by Weleda. I don't have any odor issue in the morning when I wake up.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
chuesday
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 3
It works just like any typical antiperspirant- lasts all day, unless you run a marathon.
answered 4 years ago
hugfactory
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 4
I find it lasts all day and into the morning.
answered 4 years ago
lemara
(New York, NY)
answer 5
It last half a day for me in the hot humid weather we have on the east coast. If not running or doing physical activities all day.
answered 4 years ago
ladybug18
(NJ)
answer 6
It will last all day and night. I applied it yesterday afternoon at about 1pm after I took a shower. I went out to run some errands etc and sweated a little. I went to the gym this morning without reapplying this product and did cardio for half an hour and came back home and there is not trace of any kind of odor in my arm pits. This product is a miracle.
answered 4 years ago
coljam21
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 7
Oops answered the wrong question before... If applied once a day it lasts me the entire day. I only reapply it during the day if I shower and wash it off..
answered 4 years ago
sensitiveeyes
(Providence, RI)
answer 8
Really well!
answered 4 years ago
sensitiveeyes
(Providence, RI)
Question
Roll on?
Is this a roll on, a white stick or clear stick?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
BeautyJunkE
(Chicago, IL)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
7 answers
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answer 1
It is a roll-on liquid which appears white when you apply it. You have to let it dry before getting dressed. Once it is dry, it is clear and does not leave a white residue on clothing. You must also shake it thorougly before applying.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
chuesday
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 2
It's a roll on with a yellow tint to it, and you need to let it dry before you get dresssed.
answered 4 years ago
paulag
(Astoria, OR)
answer 3
It's a roll & goes on pretty clear for all skin types. The first I have ever seen.
answered 4 years ago
ladybug18
(NJ)
answer 4
It's a roll on and it goes on wet, but after it dries, it works like a miracle.
answered 4 years ago
coljam21
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 5
It is a roll on and it is a yellow, light mustard color. If you don't let it dry it will stain your clothes yellow.
answered 4 years ago
ecb71
(SUNRISE, FLORIDA)
answer 6
roll on!
answered 4 years ago
misskitty428
answer 7
Roll on
answered 4 years ago
sensitiveeyes
(Providence, RI)
Question
How long does it last?
$29 is a steep for deodorant. I would like to know how many weeks or months a single stick of Gorilla Warfare lasts.
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
MyOrangeSocks
(Chicago, IL)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
6 answers
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answer 1
I apply twice a day, and probably order once every two months. Worth it for what it does for me!
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
andeeslp
answer 2
i use it daily and i've been using it since mid june or mid july. my bottle still feels heavy and i think i can probably use it for another month or so.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
virginiang
(los angeles, ca)
answer 3
I bought it in the beginning of June and we're in the end of Oct and it is not finished yet.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
coljam21
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 4
I have been using my bottle since the end of July, so the end of this week (Sept 3) will be 6 weeks and I've still got quite a bit in the bottle. You don't need to saturate your underarms for it to work.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
chuesday
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 5
I have no answer for you. I have had it for 2 wks and use it every day,
Very watery and the cover has waisted product due too it;s consistency
answered 4 years ago
ecb71
(SUNRISE, FLORIDA)
answer 6
I've used it everyday for three weeks and I've barely used any of it. I'm guessing at least two months.
answered 4 years ago
sensitiveeyes
(Providence, RI)
Question
Aluminum Ingredient Safe?
I've read that the aluminum in anti-perspirants has been linked to Alzhiemers. Anyone else read up on this and have an opinion whether true or false and, if true, any recommendations for anything that will work as an anti=perspirant (not just a deoderant) that doesn't have aluminum in it?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
jinny
(New York, NY)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
6 answers
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answer 1
Just read Nora Ephron's book I Don't Remember Anything (or a title close to that), in which she said she's glad scientists finally have proven aluminum doesn't harm those who use products containing it. so there! You're safe at least under your arms.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
evielou
(Berlin, MD)
answer 2
I have read a lot of not so great things about the aluminum, but I tried all of the natural deodorants and none worked... Toms and a few others (4 hours into my work day it seemed I had nothing on... and I was totally uncomfortable). So I tried this and was thoroughly disappointed. It stained all my shirts even though I went through my whole make-up routine before dressing. But since it was so pricey I did use it all up before moving on. Now I'm trying Lavanilla The Healthy Deodorant and it is soooo much better and it is a natural product, so no aluminum to worry about!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
tiny3425
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
In 2003, the FDA issued a final rule establishing conditions that antiperspirants, which often contain aluminum, were safe and not misbranded.(http://www.fda.gov/OHRMS/DOCKETS/98fr/04-23106.htm). Patients with reduced renal function, as well as children because they have immature renal function, are at higher risk for renal problems. Patients are warned to “ask a doctor before use if you have kidney disease.”

"In 2006, researchers examined antiperspirant use and other factors among 54 women with breast cancer and 50 women without breast cancer. The study found no association between antiperspirant use and the risk of breast cancer; however, family history and the use of oral contraceptives were associated with an increased risk of breast cancer." (http://www.cancer.gov)
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
Catwomanca
(CA)
answer 4
A retired nurse who takes care of my dad who has Alzheimer's advised my mom of this link between alumimum and an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's. As soon as my mom heard this, she stopped using the popular brand of baking soda she used for her baking and found one that is aluminum free. I know that Weleda, Jason's and Tom's of Maine do not contain aluminum.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
chuesday
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 5
I have heard about the link to Alzheimers as well. I tried to stop using antipersperants and just get deodorant but I sweat SO much that this product saves me in the summertime. The deal I made with myself when I bought this is that I'd go back to plain deodorant in the fall/winter. It's not ideal, but I figure using this half of a year is better than all the time.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
lizzytizzywizzy
(Kennesaw, GA)
answer 6
Aluminum has been shown to be linked to Alzheimer's. This evidence should not be taken as gold. Though the link between the two has been demonstrated scientifically, you are statistically much more likely to get sick or die from something other than aluminum-induced Alheimer's. It depends on many factors, including you and your family's genetic susceptibility and other environmental and demographic factors.

That said, I myself would like to avoid it. I have tried Tom's natural deodorant (which you can get at any health food store and many grocery stores). It smells nice, but didn't seem to have nearly the potency of more common (aluminum-based) store brands. I also found that the residue left on clothes was even less desirable than normal deodorants. Because the natural kinds are often expensive, I gave up there and went back to my standard deodorant. If you are willing to smell a bit more like your natural odor or if you are only a minimal perspirer, Tom's and other naturals will probably work fine for you.

If you check the ingredient list for this particular deodorant, Aluminum is the first.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
shadylady7
(VA)
Question
can be pre-shaving?
Do I need to use another product for shaving the hair?only for under the arm ,or just use this before shave the hair?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
micheeelchang
(NY,NY)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
5 answers
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answer 1
It is an anti-perspirant deodorant which is supposed to MINIMIZE hair growth. It won't get rid of underarm hair. You will still need to remove underarm hair as you normally do whether it's via shaving, waxing or using a depilatory. The product claims to reduce the frequency of hair removal.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
chuesday
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 2
This is a deoderant. You would not put it on then shave,
answered 4 years ago
ecb71
(SUNRISE, FLORIDA)
answer 3
This is like a regular deodorant/antiperspirant, used after showering/shaving, since you'd just wash it/shave it off if you used it beforehand.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
sarahpants5
(Ridgewood, NY)
answer 4
You apply the product on freshly shaved skin, or on minimal hair growth. You still need to use your usual hair-removal method. This product gradually reduces the thickness of underarm hair, and it slows down the regrowth process, but it doesn't remove hair, or stop hair from growing completely.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
Catwomanca
(CA)
answer 5
You use this as a daily antiperspirant and what it does is it slowly helps minimize the growth of the hair. So you can shave normally and just use this in the morning and reapply when needed through out the day.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
denmarklover
(Burbank, CA)
Question
Does it produce spots on skin?
I have been using this product for about a month. Works amazingly well, but I've noticed dark spots in my underarms since I started using it. Has it happened to anyone else? If so, can anything be done about it?
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
Anonymous
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
3 answers
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answer 1
I'm very fair skinned, have not had any issues with spots or sensitivity. I agree, this stuff is amazing.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
sbuxlady
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 2
i've been using it for a few months now too but i haven't seen any discoloration on my skin.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
virginiang
(los angeles, ca)
answer 3
Nope, haven't seen any dark spots and I've been using this product for 4 months now.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
coljam21
(Brooklyn, NY)
Question
animal testing
Are Dermadoctor products tested on animals? Do they include animal byproducts in their ingredient lists?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
sammymom
(Patterson, NY)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
3 answers
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answer 1
Don't know that answer. You would have to read up on it,
answered 4 years ago
ecb71
(SUNRISE, FLORIDA)
answer 2
I've had an e-mail from the company stating that DermaDoctor products are not tested on animals (they test on staff) and that there are no animal/insect byproducts/ingredients in the DermaDoctor line. :)
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kate123
answer 3
I've e-mailed the company asking about the DermaDoctor line specifically (they sell other brands as well), and will post the answer here when I hear back from them.
:)
Kate
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kate123
Question
will it work for ME
Im very interested in this product BUT for one I get my underarms lasered so I dont know if this product would be safe or effective in this case? Also I know it sounds weird but I only have an odor from my right underarm, I dont have a clue what that means but would this help with that issue as well?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
2 answers
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answer 1
I say you stick to your current methods. This product is totally unreliable with its varied results. Rather than risk wasting your money, try the LAVANILLA deodorant. And you should see a dermatologist about the odor problem. There's probably a problem with the sweat glands in the odorless arm.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
coopah
answer 2
I don't think it would harm, but I am not a dermatologist.
It does keep the odor away, but very watery. What I have done is put it on and use a portable little fan to dry it under my arms
answered 4 years ago
ecb71
(SUNRISE, FLORIDA)
Question
Does this product expire? I just received one and on the bottom it says 4/12 and I'm a little concerned!
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
heatherjade
(Faribault, MN)
on GORILLA Warfare™ Hair Minimizing Antiperspirant Deodorant
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