This post first appeared on suesreviews.me.uk on February 16th 2013.
As a member of the Bzz campaign I am asked to take part in trials and surveys, testing out goods and so on. My first trial was the new sure compressed deodorants. I understood what they were trying to sell and I looked forward to my parcel arriving.
When it arrived I wasn’t certain that the product would live up to the claims the company were making. Those claims were that the smaller, compressed tin of deodorant would last just as long as the 150ml size tins. I read all of the literature that came with the package and understood that the nozzle has been changed so that less gas sprays out, but more antiperspirant ingredient is delivered. This technology allows for a smaller sized tin, less packaging, more environmentally friendly.
I haven’t actually bought a 150ml size tin for a while now so I am unable to show the difference directly, however, I can say this; I buy the 250ml size tins of sure deodorant as I always find the smaller tins don’t last as long as I want them to. The trial was always going to be interesting for me, I wanted to see how much use I was going to get out of this new size, how long it was going to last for and if it lives up to the hype that is surrounding it.
So far, I have been using it for 11 days and I still have what feels like at least 3/4 of a tin. I use the product twice a day – same great smell, same great freshness and the product lasts just as long as the usual size tins do. In the past when I have used smaller tins I would probably be over half empty by this stage – 11 days. At this point in the trial I can safely say that the product is living up to its hype and lasting longer than a regular size tin of sure.
It is understandable for any person to be a little dubious about the claims sure are making with regards to this product. But I can say without a shadow of a doubt that this product does exactly what it is supposed to and lives up to the claims sure are making about it.
Give it a go, you won’t be disappointed. The price is just the same too, so you really have nothing to lose.