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Mon Ray Antiperspirant: Not Tested on Animals January 27, 2016 14:03

Customers need to know how the products they choose are tested for safety and effectiveness. Many products are tested on animals and determine outcomes based on the results of animal testing.

All products of Mon Ray Antiperspirant are NOT tested on animals. They are tested on humans and all outcomes are due to results given by the participants of studies as they are conducted.

Therefore; any customer using a Mon Ray Antiperspirant product can be assured it has not been tested on any animal.


Mon Ray Antiperspirant: Not Tested on Animals January 27, 2016 14:03

Customers need to know how the products they choose are tested for safety and effectiveness. Many products are tested on animals and determine outcomes based on the results of animal testing.

All products of Mon Ray Antiperspirant are NOT tested on animals. They are tested on humans and all outcomes are due to results given by the participants of studies as they are conducted.

Therefore; any customer using a Mon Ray Antiperspirant product can be assured it has not been tested on any animal.


New Year's Promotion from Monray Antiperspirant January 06, 2016 16:16

Monray is offering a 10% discount plus free shipping on all their products. Limited time only.

Offer expires: 1/15/16


Thanksgiving in upon us! Monray Antiperspirant wants to provide several sweat survival tips to help you avoid foods that can increase sweat. November 20, 2015 17:07

Potent-smelling food sticks with you. If you suffer from excessive sweat, that cheddar-and-onion-burger-on-a-garlic-and-jalapeno-bun will rise again, in the form of dangerously potent body odor. While you might not smell exactly like the pungent food you enjoyed a few hours ago, the powerful aroma molecules which made your meal so smelly in the first place will happily do the same for you.

Avoid These Stinky Foods to Avoid Smelly Sweat:

GARLIC

A bundle of garlic may wart of vampires… Unfortunately, it won’t do your breath or sweaty pits any favors. Avoid garlic to reduce the scent of your body odor. If you can’t keep yourself from the garlic, substitute dry garlic.

ONIONS

Raw onions, though tasty, pack quite the punch. Go for the cooked variety when possible and choose white onions over yellow and purple onions when shopping. The darker the onion, the stronger the scent.

FATTY & FRIED FOODS

Odors bind to fats and oils. When these are expelled through your apocrine glands, the odors bind to you. So, unless you want to smell like the local burger barn, keep away from the fried and fatty.

 

CURRY

A double threat! Not only will spicier curries induce thermoregulatory sweating, they’ll stink it up too.

You don’t have to give up everything on the list–some of the foods listed may not even affect you! Everyone’s body chemistry is different, so it’s important to be mindful of any correlation between what you’re eating and how you’re smelling.

There are others as well. Cabbage or leaf veggies: Collards, Mustards. Stay away from cured meats. They can spike your heat index as well.

Happy Eats.


Google Ranks Popular Halloween Costumes. But will you SWEAT! October 23, 2015 12:44

If you haven’t figured out your costume for this year’s Halloween festivities, you better get on it!

You can’t just pick any costume. There are considerations to be made here…

If you’re using Monray Antiperspirant, you won’t need to worry because the sky is the limit. You can forget about sweating through your costume.

We’ve taken the 2015 list of most “googled” costumes and provided a “sweat rating” that takes the following into consideration:

Weight and Layers: How many layers of clothing is required? Is the costume a heavy one? (think Stormtrooper or Batman)

Make-up or Mask: Any costume requiring heavy make up or suffocating masks are bound to crank up the body temp. (think Joker, zombie, or Jason)

Difficulty: This isn’t so much about sweat as it is about last minute costume planning, though we have included in a weighting the emotional difficulty of actually pulling it off and the nerves that might be required to “put yourself out there.” (think Hulk Hogan or sexy anything)

Without further explanation, here are the top googled costumes of 2015 with a “Monray” take:

Star Wars Costumes

With the much anticipated movie release, it’s the most searched of the year. Our rating were based on Stormtroopers, Aliens, Darth Vader, and Sythes. We consider Luke, Lea, or Hans costumes quick and easy and certainly less than 4 unless your are trying to pull-off Lea with Jabba the Hut.

 

Pirate Costumes

A perennial favorite and one that can be pulled off quickly and without too much trouble. Add a point for wigs or revealing attire.

 

Superhero Costumes

In most cases, superheroes are sporting tight, form-fitting get-ups. Some, even have addition stuffing sewn for fake muscle tone. Both mean rising body heat. If you’re going for the Wonder Woman look, thing might get chilly.

Batman Costume

Full disclosure: There are really 2 types of Batmen out there. The early 70’s style in glorified pajamas and the more modern Batman with heavy capes, gloves, shirts, fake muscles, boots, etc. This rating is based on the latter, though it may apply for the former if your friends are particularly brutal.

 

Minions Costume

While make up is required to really pull this off, the overalls allow for breathability that makes all the body temp difference. Best done in pairs.

 Witch Costume

What would Halloween be without the witch. Done right, the wardrobe is heavier, make-up is thick, hat is required, and hauling around a broom stick are all required.

Here are the next 10 just for kicks:

Joker: Sweat Rating 4.5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Sweat Rating 4

Princess: Sweat Rating 3

Minnie Mouse: Sweat Rating 3

Mermaid: Sweat Rating 4

Dinosaur: Sweat Rating 4

Maleficent: Sweat Rating 5

Catwoman: Sweat Rating 3.5

Stormtrooper: Sweat Rating 5

Vampire: Sweat Rating 4.5

Doll: Sweat Rating 2

 

 


Antiperspirants vrs. Deodorants October 08, 2015 11:30

Antiperspirants vrs. Deodorants

 We’ve had some Monray users ask us if it’s okay to use our product with a deodorant. The answer is “Yes”, but to answer that question, it’s important to know the difference between a deodorant and an antiperspirant.

ANTIPERSPIRANT

Antiperspirants are effective in eliminating odor because they do more than just cover up the smell. Antiperspirants are chemicals (aluminum chloride and aluminum zirconium are the most frequent active ingredients in commercial antiperspirants) that block your pores in order to stop perspiration all together. While deodorants can be applied to any area of the body, antiperspirants are usually applied only to the underarms. It’s also good to know that the FDA classifies antiperspirants as drugs, while deodorants are only considered cosmetics. Antiperspirants also come scented and unscented. The main reason antiperspirants are preferred over deodorants is because they save you from excessive sweating and the resulting sweat spots.

 

DEODORANT

In a previous post we talked about how sweat isn’t the actual culprit of body odor. The stench that we think comes from sweat is actually from the bacteria that thrive in the moist areas on our body. A deodorant that you can pick up at your local grocery store allows perspiration to occur, however, it controls the odor produced by that obnoxious bacteria. Deodorants are usually alcohol based. While alcohol is known to stimulate sweating, it also has the ability to kill bacteria. Deodorants usually contain fragrances or natural essential oils to cover up the smell of bacteria, but there are some deodorants that do not contain any fragrance or scent and are used only to neutralize the unpleasant odor. Some people even make their own deodorant at home with natural ingredients that are just as effective as the artificial ones at the store. So, to sum up, deodorants simply eliminate odor by neutralizing it or covering it up with a fresh scent. For those who don’t excessively sweat and are simply looking to cover up body odor, deodorants are usually the way to go.

 

 


Searching for a Strong Antperspirant September 04, 2015 15:46

The best antiperspirant according to sweatlinks is Mon Ray Antiperspirant: www.monrayantiperspirant.com.

Monray Antiperspirant NO SWEAT NOTES August 27, 2015 22:54

Monray Antiperspirant is the strongest U.S.A. produced antiperspirant without a prescription.

FOODS THAT REDUCE SWEATING August 22, 2015 13:50

It's important to balance your intake of the proper food groups to insure the least amount of sweat possible and prevent excessive sweating.

Is it GOOD Sweat or BAD Sweat? August 14, 2015 18:32

Most people who suffer from hyperhidrosis can use a extra strength antiperspirant (http://www.monrayantiperspirant.com) to stop the sweating.

Strongest Antiperspirant December 29, 2014 16:34

Monray Antiperspirant has been keeping people around the world dry for 75 years. We continually set the bar for being the strongest antiperspirant without a prescription. We ask our customers NOT to take our word, look at all the others and you will see what all the excitement is all about. On top of all of that, this product is guaranteed to work. If it doesn't work for you, just let us know and we will refund your money. No questions asked.