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New antiperspirants from Lynx

The 'Adrenaline' one has micro active capsules and is ideal for adventurers

FORGET your Lynx Africa and try out these new scents from Lynx this summer.

Three new smells have been released – called Adrenaline, Signature and Urban  – with Adrenaline being the most appropriate for Adventure 52 readers.

Adrenaline (red one): 
charged up protection with micro active capsules that release continual bursts of freshness throughout the day

Signature (gold one): has anti-marks protection against white marks and yellow stains to keep underarms and shirts feeling clean and fresh for longer

Urban (black one): has anti-bacterial protection against odour and sweat.

Lynx has also partnered with one of the world’s leading fragrance designers – Ann Gottlieb – and two other fragrance houses that are collectively responsible for creating iconic fragrances for fine fragrance brands including Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs and Calvin Klein. The result is a set of three new Daily Fragrances.

Adrenaline: made with Iced Musk and Ginger, this sharp, icy-fresh fragrance will kick start an adrenaline-fuelled day

Signature: made with precious Oud Wood & Dark Vanilla, this is a subtle, woody fragrance

Urban: made with rich Tobacco and Amber, this is a smoky and sweet fragrance

There’s also a brand new hairstyling/grooming line-up.

Anti-Perspirant range:
Lynx Signature Anti Marks Protection Anti-Perspirant: £3.29
Lynx Urban Advanced Protection Anti-Perspirant: £3.29
Lynx Adrenaline Charge Up Protection: £3.29

Daily Fragrance range:
Lynx Signature Daily Fragrance: £5.99
Lynx Urban Daily Fragrance: £5.99
Lynx Adrenaline Daily Fragrance: £5.99

Male Grooming range:
Lynx Urban Messy Look Matt Gel: £4.29
Lynx Signature Clean Cut Look Definition Wax: £4.29
Lynx Natural Look Flexible Cream Control: £4.29
Lynx Adrenaline Spiked Up Look Super Hold Cream Gel: £4.29
Lynx Natural Look Styling Clay: £4.29
Lynx Urban Messy Look Flexible Paste: £4.29

About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after realising there wasn't a single publication focusing on adventure. He has been a pilot in the RAF, a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as journalist for motorcycling, flying and adventure magazines.

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