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The Body Shop Mechanics for Men Review

The Body Shop Mechanics for Men Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

If you want to keep clean and smell good without using something that makes you feel like a flower, heres a couple of great things for guys. Check out the Body Shops Mechanics For Men.

If you want to keep clean and smell good without using something that makes you feel like a flower, here's a couple of great things for guys. Welcome to the Body Shop's Mechanics For Men.

Mechanics For Men Deodorant Stick
If you're an active kid and you like to play hard - you're going to sweat. That means you're also going to smell... sometimes pretty bad. Here comes The Mechanics For Men Deodorant Stick to the rescue. This is great guy deodorant that comes in a simple case and does the job. There's no raunchy over the top perfume - it just keeps you smelling good. Lots of deodorant sticks and anti-perspirants out there are packed with nasty chemicals, like aluminum, which are bad for you. But not this stick. Make it the first deodorant stick you ever use and you'll be a lot healthier for it. The Body Shop makes this stick without testing it on animals so you and your conscience can both stay clean.

Mechanics For Men Deep Cleaning Body Wash
The first thing you'll notice about the Mechanics For Men Bodywash is the container. It comes in a plastic bottle that kinda looks like a can of motor oil. That's cool - because our bodies are like machines. The container doesn't have any girly flowers or colors, and it doesn't have some sort of pansy name like autumn mist, spring pizzazz or summer splash. It's just what is says it is - a bodywash that make you feel clean and refreshed and not smell like a slob. Of course, like all Body Shop products, they didn't poison a herd of giraffes or cut down a forest to make this stuff. So you can smell good and make a difference.

Rating: 5

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