Edible deodorants are already available in Armenia’s shops. Deo Perfume Candy sweets that release a lingering rose scent through the pores of your skin are produced by Bulgarian confectioner Alpi and US company Beneo. The aroma will be preserved up to six hours, producers say.
The sweets are already available in Spain, Germany, China, Korea and Armenia, Ndtv.com reports.
The sweets are not harmful for health as they contain geraniol, a naturally occurring compound found in plants such as roses, lavender and vanilla.
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