We all use an antiperspirant or deodorant on a daily basis, but many are unaware of what the differences between these two products actually are. Just in time for the official start of summer, Barrie Drewitt, “Odor Guru” at Princeton Consumer Labs (an independent lab that tests claims made by deodorant companies), is here to fill us in on all the facts. Barrie will give viewers an overview of how he tests product efficacy via smelling, and share the technical differences between antiperspirant and deodorant, best practices for application, and how to decide which form is best for your viewers’ needs.
About Barrie Drewitt:
Barrie Drewitt is the Technical Director and Expert Odor Assessor at Princeton Consumer Research Corp, one of the world’s largest global clinical research organizations.
With a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of East London, he has worked in clinical trial development for over 25 years, specializing in Body Odor assessment and Anti-perspirant efficacy for all types of consumer products.
Barrie travels the world for some of the largest global names in consumer product development, grading and assessing clinical trials in many geographical locations with the same products, to assess how the product works on different types of ethnicities and how the product performs in different types of environments.
He is recognized worldwide as the leading authority on conducting clinical assessments on a wide array of consumer goods, and is seen as the ‘’Odor Guru’’ by many clients who specifically call on him to help develop new protocols and work with their product development teams, when working on current or novel ranges.
Barrie has tested almost every conceivable product that claims to mask any sort of body odor and is asked to appear as an expert witness in cases where clients are facing litigation for their products’ efficacy and/or acceptability.
Barrie is considered the leading expert Odor assessor in our industry, and PCR is privileged to have him onboard.
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