Degree Advanced looks to provide up to 72 hours of sweat, odor protection

Degree Advanced Antiperspirant, formulated with 72-hour microtechnology, looks to provide users with nonstop sweat and odor protection.
Gisselle Gaitan
Online Editor
Gisselle Gaitan profile picture

Degree continues to innovate in the deodorant space with its latest launch — Degree Advanced Antiperspirant.

Formulated with 72-hour microtechnology, the antiperspirant looks to provide users with nonstop sweat and odor protection.

[Read More: Degree Deodorant challenges fitness industry with #TrainersForHire campaign]

Made with a clinically-proven formula developed by Degree’s parent company Unilever that forms a barrier against sweat, the technology has 16 new patents and received more than $10 million in research and development investment, the Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based company said.

To test the limits of Degree Advanced and showcase its nonstop sweat protection, the brand partnered with Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby on the Gray T-Shirt Challenge in which Rigsby will complete his sweatiest workout of choice and demonstrate how dry the underarm area is after using the antiperspirant.

[Read More: Men’s grooming new products]

“When I go into the studio, I’m often teaching classes back-to-back and I can’t let sweat slow me down, so I was thrilled to team up with Degree and test the limits of their new antiperspirant with the Gray T-Shirt Challenge,” Rigsby said. “With Degree, I know I can look and feel my best when I'm out on that bike and in my groove.  After all, I love a good groutfit, and I can't risk pit stains throwing off my vibe.”

Degree also is partnering with celebrity trainer Melissa Alcantara; Olympian track and field athlete Lolo Jones; USWNT stars Ali Krieger, Ashlyn Harris and Sam Mewis; Paralympic snowboard medalist Amy Purdy; and Paralympic and world champion medalist Blake Leeper on a campaign that demonstrates the protection Degree Advanced provides.

[Read More: Degree intros inclusive deodorant]

Degree Advanced is available in-store at Walmart and online, as well as at other major food, drug and mass retailers for the suggested retail price of $4.99 per stick and $5.79 per spray.