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Bioclin DeoControl Vapo

3.38 fl.oz. spray


Subtly scented

Spray deodorant with a subtle scent, for preventing excessive perspiration.

83% of natural active ingredients

5.07 fl.oz. spray



Dry spray deodorant with a subtle scent, for excessive perspiration.

80% of natural active ingredients

5.07 fl.oz. spray and
1.69 fl.oz. travel size


with delicate fragrance

Dry Spray Deodorant for excessive perspiration with delicate scent and silky touch

87% of natural active ingredients

1.01 fl.oz. tube


Subtly scented

Scented cream deodorant for preventing excessive perspiration

84% of natural active ingredients

1.01 fl.oz. tube


Subtly scented

Specially formulated, scented cream deodorant for preventing the frustrating problem of excessive sweating of the hands and feet.

77% of natural active ingredients

Flaconi da: 50 ml


Con delicata profumazione

Deodorante roll on con delicata profumazione indicato per contrastare l’ipersudorazione.

83% di attivi naturali


• Paraben and gluten-free
• Hypoallergenic (tested on sensitive skin)
• Clinically and dermatologically tested
• Tested for nickel, cobalt, chromium, palladium and mercury*

* Contains less than one part per million each. Small amounts may cause skin sensitivity.


Effectively :

• prevents odor
• destroys or inhibits growth of bacteria
• shrinks pores, absorbs oil and reduces sweat
• inhibits odor

(converts the volatile fatty acids that cause odor into odorless salts).


Excessive perspiration can be inconvenient in a number of ways, such as creating unsightly stains on clothing and an unpleasant odor. They can often cause embarrassment and social anxiety.

Bioclin Deo Control is the perfect solution to prevent the frustrating problem of excessive perspiration, as it regulates the perspiration process, keeps sweat under control, and prevents and neutralizes odor all day long.


Aluminum-based compounds are common active ingredients in deodorants because they obstruct the sweat glands and stop odor-causing bacteria from reproducing. Some researchers think that the skin may absorb aluminum and modify estrogen receptors in breast tissue. Since many tumors react to a concentration of estrogens, it could in theory increase the risk of contracting breast cancer. At this time, however, there is no sound evidence that aluminum can spread to breast tissue through the skin (one major study has shown the very minute amount of .012% did indeed spread to breast tissue). In fact, the amount of metal in food that reaches breast tissue is actually much higher than any aluminum doing the same transdermally.

Consequently, experts believe that, according to the latest research, there is no solid link between the aluminum in deodorants and breast cancer.

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