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Degree is coming out with an adaptive deodorant for people with visual impairment and upper limb motor disabilities.

Degree is coming out with an adaptive deodorant for people with visual impairment and upper limb motor disabilities.
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Degree Deodorant is making headlines with their latest announcement on their new Degree Inclusive deodorant: an adaptive deodorant for people with visual impairment and upper limb motor disabilities.

Pushing for further inclusivity, Degree is the first of its kind to create an antiperspirant with this community in mind:

“Across the beauty and personal care industry, there is currently no deodorant product suitable for people with upper limb disabilities to use; twisting a deodorant cap, turning a stick, or pushing down on an aerosol can with limited arm mobility is a real challenge – and sometimes the fear of sweating keeps people with disabilities from moving as much as they would like to.”

In an Instagram post, Degree made a statement sharing that they have created a beta program, complete with 200 people, where they will be testing out the latest product with the help of various specialists, including designers, therapists, engineers, consultants, and people living with disabilities from around the world.

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