Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Clean Age Holiday Gift Guide 2020


Clean Age was launched by a 12-year-old who wanted a deodorant option that was good for the environment, smelled good but not overwhelming, and with sweet-looking packaging. Now there's a toiletry kid's will like getting in their stocking!  This isn’t an afterthought of an adult product line. At home or on the go, Clean Age products are made to specifically meet the needs of pre-teens and teens.

Citrus Deodorant the just-right smell of real fresh citrus is an easy-going teen’s best friend. It’s not over-powering or fake. Swipe it under your arms to feel super fresh no matter what time of day it is. This is a natural deodorant that works. And by works we mean get ready to invite your friends to smell your armpits at the end of practice – awkward at first, but awesome in the end.

Fresh Deodorant a hint of fresh air and a slice of melon give Fresh some serious staying power. This subtle scent is right for anyone who wants the end of the day to smell as good as the start. Go ahead and take on that test, sprint to the next activity, plan for your future we've got you covered and smelling good. 

Unscented is a stellar deodorant choice for teens with a sensitivity to smell. It's sheer and smooth. Dare we say what we really think? Yep. This stuff is better than the chemical-based big brands. Try it, and soon you'll be talking about your fave deodorant with your friends.

Waves smell like your summer vacation to the beach without all the sand. Take a whiff and pick up a hint of sunscreen and a drop of saltwater. Use it daily to keep the stink sharks away. 

My Opinion: The packaging is attractive for teens and the ingredients they are made with are good also great for girls and boys to use.

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