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Many people sweat profusely especially during summer when temperatures are high, and when they exercise. The bacteria feed on the sweat resulting in an unpleasant or foul odor. To mask this odor, most people are using deodorants , which are applied to the areas where they sweat the most like the underarms and neck. In some cases, the deodorant applied may clump resulting in white or other stains or marks on the clothes and skin. This clumps are very noticeable on dark colored clothing so many people would like to find out Why Does My Deodorant Clump, and what they can do to prevent the deodorant from clumping.
The deodorant clumping depends to some extent on the type of deodorant which is being used. Deodorants are usually available in three different forms, sprays, sticks and roll-ons. While the deodorant sprays do not leave any residue, the deodorant sticks or roll ons may leave some residue depending on their chemical composition. In some cases, the zinc in the stick or roll may leave some white clumps, while in other cases, some powder used may result in clump formation. So if you use the deodorant stick regularly and wish to prevent clump formation, it is advisable to check the composition of the deodorant stick.
Another reason why the deodorant applied is clumping is that the user has applied too much of the deodorant, resulting in excess deodorant forming clumps. Ideally, only a thin layer of deodorant should be applied to the skin to hide the body odor with fragrances. This skin can only absorb a certain amount of deodorant, if a large amount of deodorant is applied, the rest of the deodorant will remain on the top layer of the skin which may be noticeable or get transferred to the clothes and accessories. Hence it is advisable to apply less deodorant, to prevent clump formation and also ensure that deodorant can be used for a longer time, since no deodorant is wasted.
When the deodorant is applied to the skin, it will take some time to be absorbed by the skin. If the user does not allow the deodorant to dry and wears clothes and accessories, some clumps will be formed. So it is advisable to apply the deodorant immediately after taking bath, and apply it only once a day. Individuals who want to prevent deodorant clumps should purchase premium deodorants which are made from special ingredients like invisible solids to prevent clumping.