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Legal Highs: Sniffing Rexona Deodorant To Get Wasted

by | 3rd, May 2014

rexona THIS week in imaginative ways to get a legal buzz, we journey to Alice Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory, where the cool kids are inhaling Rexona deodorants.

Supermarkets in the area have taken to placing Rexona aerosol deodorants behind the cashier’s desk, along with cigarettes and scratch cards. This should ensure that sales of cheap wine and lip balms rocket.

But how big of a problem is this sniffing?

First up, what do we know about Rexona? Unilever, which makes the gunk boasts:

Rexona scientists discovered that there’s a difference between the way your body produces sweat when you’re hot, and the way you start sweating when you’re stressed or anxious. Rexona is designed to deliver anti-perspirant protection on both counts.

Junkies should all get some of this stuff, so too criminals worried about losing their cool in the police interview suite.

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