The Beesline Whitening Sensitive Zone Deodorant comes in a white bottle adorned with the brand’s bee and a soft feather indicating it’s hypoallergenic, along with a spray cap and a cover that closes securely. Read More
The Beesline Whitening Sensitive Zone Deodorant comes in a white bottle adorned with the brand’s bee and a soft feather indicating it’s hypoallergenic, along with a spray cap and a cover that closes securely. All the essential information such as the deodorant’s application method and expected results have been listed on the bottle. It is also medium-sized, so you can throw it in your go-to bag for daily use.
This Beesline deodorant consists of a spray formula.
This deodorant has a soft, pleasant smell.
According to Beesline, you should spray a minimal amount of this deodorant twice a day, avoiding wounds or irritated skin. Upon application, we noticed that it gives off a tingling sensation, so make sure to hold it as far as you can from the skin. It also leaves white marks behind, so it’s best that you allow it to dry before getting dressed.
What’s significant about this deodorant is that it’s made up of natural materials, such as bee propolis and Alum Rock. It is also free from alcohol, parabens, and aluminum chloride that is considered unhealthy since it prevents sweating by clogging the channels of the thyroid glands. What is the aftereffect of these natural ingredients in terms of sweating and whitening, though?
In terms of sweating, this deodorant gave the underarm area a refreshing smell, but it didn’t last for long and completely faded out after only two hours of application. This whitening deodorant is suitable for reducing sweating in moderate climatic conditions or in air-conditioned places. When exposed to heat and humidity, however, sweating appeared clearly on clothes and it was hard to get rid of its odor. Hence, it is safer to glide a roll-on first, since using it alone doesn’t do the trick.
In case you want to apply this deodorant to your intimate area, it will provide you with a refreshing smell for around three hours before having to reapply it.
As for whitening, the underarm dark hue started to gradually fade out after three weeks of application. The results aren’t instantaneous though, so you should keep using it if you’re trying to whiten your underarms or any other sensitive area.
This Beesline deodorant retails for 13.3 USD for a 150 ml capacity in Lebanon. It costs less than other brands of spray deodorants sold at pharmacies, such as Vichy’s 48-Hour Anti-Perspirant Dedodorant which is sold at 16 USD per 125 ml, and Uriage’s Fresh Deodorant at 17 USD per 125 ml.