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What is the least harmful brand of deodorant for a child?
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: Harm ?
In three decades of following kids I have never come across any deodorant that produced any problems.
It is possible that any commercial product applied to the skin could produce an allergic response. You can easily test any product by applying the material to the pad of a band-aid, apply it to the skin overnight & check the next day for redness or blistering. If no change is seen it's likely safe.

In brief: Harm ?
In three decades of following kids I have never come across any deodorant that produced any problems.
It is possible that any commercial product applied to the skin could produce an allergic response. You can easily test any product by applying the material to the pad of a band-aid, apply it to the skin overnight & check the next day for redness or blistering. If no change is seen it's likely safe.
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