Degree Deodorant, a Unilever brand and maker one of the world’s best-known antiperspirants, introduces what it calls the world’s first inclusive deodorant for people with visual impairment and upper limb motor disabilities: Degree Inclusive.
One in four Americans has a disability, yet products are rarely designed with this community in mind. According to the brand, across the beauty industry, there is currently no deodorant product suitable for people with upper body disabilities to use.Twisting a deodorant cap, turning a stick, or pushing down on a spray with limited arm mobility is a real challenge. In addition to meeting the needs of those with disabilities,
Degree Inclusive offers refillable packaging to limit waste impact and a gender-neutral fragrance. Degree partnered with an inclusive team of design experts from brand agency Wunderman Thompson , including occupational therapists, engineers at SOUR Studio , consultants, and people living with disabilities across the globe to create a prototype for Degree Inclusive. Driven by a mission to make the deodorant application process more accessible, Degree Inclusive has been […]
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