In Brief: ClickStick Electric Deodorant; Olay On Air Pollution; Cetaphil For Eczema
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
“Smart” ClickStick deodorant applicator can help consumers save money, limit aluminum exposure and minimize environmental impact, the Princeton, N.J.-based startup says. More news in brief.
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