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Unlike Real Deodorant, Edible Deodorant Candy Will Not Melt in Your Bag on a Hot Day

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If swallowable perfume isn't your thing, what about edible deodorant? Deo Perfume Candy is a rose-flavored candy that emits rosy smells once you've ingested it. A collaboration between an American pharma company and a Belgian candy company, Deo is already available in Spain, Germany, Armenia, Korea, China, and on Amazon.

Possible upsides: the price (about eight bucks per bag), one of them is sugar-free, good for traveling when you don't have any more room for liquids in your carryon, handy for last-minute cuddling emergencies.

Possible downsides: accidentally eating a differented scented candy and still having BO later.

The decision is yours.
· Edible Deodorant, Deo Perfume Candy, Promises To Make You Smell Like Roses [HuffPo]
· Would You Try Swallowable Perfume? [Racked]
· Deo Perfume Candy [Official Site]