Sponsored: Dove Go Sleeveless Antiperspirant/Deodorant

Recently, I was in Vegas, land of never sleeping, always moving, being supremely schvitzy due to its desert climate AND the fact that I’m generally rocking sequins and doing things I never do in New York like clubbing until 2am. You know, the ush. 
I was there on a three-day packed press trip starting daily at 7am and going non-stop until midnight or later (more on the trip’s events later), so I needed to bring reinforcements in the form of a SOLID deo.

Naturally, I packed Dove gsleeveless Deodorant in anticipation of lots of strappy moments and wanted to feel my best.
The formula is the only one on the market with Vitamins E & F plus Dove ¼ moisturizers to care for delicate underarm skin, which can get not-so-sexy with daily shaving. Dove is actually clinically proven to soothe shaving irritation. I also knew I’d need wetness protection thanks to the busy schedule and 80-degree days and adore the brand’s Beauty Finish scent (but they have a variety of light fragrances to choose from!), featuring notes of watery florals, sandalwood and amber musk. I’m a sucker for personalized anything, even it’s by accident, even when it comes to deo scent. 

So when I spent my weekend rushing from activities like yoga with dolphins to a Thai massage and then heading directly to a meeting with hotel executives, I didn’t sweat it–literally and figuratively because Dove go sleeveless provides 48 hours of odor and wetness protection. And after just 5 days of using Dove gosleeveless Deodorant regularly, my skin is softer, smoother and less razor-burned; perfect prep for summer sundress situations. 
That’s why, in the paraphrased words of famous philosopher Robert Palmer, I’m addicted to Dove.

Visit Dove.com for more info on Dove gsleeveless Deodorant.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Dove, but all opinions herein are my own. 

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