The new formulations and fragrances of antiperspirants and deodorants introduced in the past year have given retailers the chance to expand variety. Retailers told SN they have added clear solids and clear gel deodorants, as well as new fragrances in sticks and solids. The long-term performance of the clear solids and clear gels is yet to be determined, they said. "When something new comes out, people will always try it," said Rick Rogers, assistant vice president of nonfood at Basics/Metro ...
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