Tuesday, 13 November 2012
According to The Guardian, Beneo, a U.S.-based company has created Deo Perfume Candy that releases a rose scent after consumption. The sugar-free tangerine-flavored candy will allegedly make the individual smell like roses for up to six hours.
How does it work? Like garlic. Garlic contains compounds that cannot be broken down, and thus, they are released via the skin pores. The candy contains a similar compound, Geraniol, found in roses, lavender and vanilla.
Already available in many countries (including Spain, Germany, Armenia, China and Korea), the candy retails for $10 a bag.
Would you use candy instead of deodorant?