Is Mennen deodorant still made?

Is Mennen deodorant still made?

Today, the name Mennen is being phased out in some regions and products in many countries are becoming known simply as Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick.

When did Colgate buy Mennen?

Since the 1992 acquisition of Mennen, Colgate has successfully marketed its line of deodorants and anti-perspirants throughout the world. Speed Stick contributes to category growth by identifying consumer needs and innovating new products.

Where is Mennen Speed Stick made?

Morristown, NJ
Answer: Our Speed Stick Regular Deodorant is manufactured in the U.S. at our Mennen plant located in Morristown, NJ.

Who created Speed Stick?

Both Speed Stick and Lady Speed Stick are available in Stick and Gel form. Speed Stick product types include 24/7, Pro, Stain Guard, Irish Spring, and Original….Speed Stick.

Product type Deodorant/antiperspirant
Owner Colgate-Palmolive
Country United States
Introduced 1963 (Speed Stick) 1983 (Lady Speed Stick)
Markets Worldwide

What happened Rightguard?

Henkel has closed the sale of two brands, Right Guard and Dry Idea, to Thriving Brands LLC, effective June 1, 2021.

What’s the best deodorant for men?

The Best Men’s Deodorants and Anti-perspirants, According to Experts

  • Ursa Major Hoppin’ Fresh Deodorant.
  • Native Deodorant, Unscented.
  • Dove Men+Care Anti-perspirant Deodorant Stick, Clean Comfort.
  • Art of Sport Clear Stick Aluminum-Free Deodorant, Rise Scent.
  • Oars + Alps Natural Deodorant, Fresh Ocean Splash.

How much did the Mennen Company sell for?

The Colgate-Palmolive Company said yesterday that it had agreed to acquire the Mennen Company for $670 million in stock and cash.

Is Speed Stick a good brand?

The old faithful of deodorants, Speed Stick is a classic for a reason. The formula promises 24-hour protection for all skin types, it won’t stain your clothes, and you can rely on it to do the job in pretty much all situations, whether that’s post-gym or just post-shower.

Are speed sticks bad?

There isn’t much solid scientific evidence to suggest that aluminum from antiperspirants are bad for you. For example, according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), there is not sufficient evidence that proves aluminum in antiperspirants causes breast tissue cancer.

Did Speed Stick go out of business?

Which Speed Stick® products have been discontinued? Over the years, several Speed Stick® products have been discontinued in North America and replaced with new products that offer sweat and odor protection in scents we think you’ll love. Click to find currently available deodorants and antiperspirants for men.

Did Right Guard go out of business?

Henkel has closed the sale of two brands, Right Guard and Dry Idea, to Thriving Brands LLC, effective June 1, 2021. Both brands are mainly focused on the North American and UK markets. The two brands that have now been sold were identified as non-core activities within the Henkel Beauty Care portfolio.