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Frequently Asked Questions
▲ ▼ How do I use Trust?
Trust is a cream, which you smooth on to, rather than massage into, the skin. You only need to apply a very small amount each time. For the underarms, apply on the hair growth area. For the feet, apply from the centre of the sole towards and between the toes.
▲ ▼ How often should I apply it?
Trust should be applied when body odour re-occurs which varies according to the individual. It has been proven to last between 3 and 6 days.
▲ ▼ How can it continue to work when I've showered it off?
Once Trust is applied, it immediately begins to eliminate the odour-producing bacteria. After several hours it reduces their presence to a minimal level for several days, until the bacteria regenerate and the odour re-occurs.
▲ ▼ How long will a pot last?
A pot of 15 grams will last between 2 and 4 months.
▲ ▼ When is the best time to apply Trust?
At any time but you will probably find it more convenient to apply Trust at night, after showering and drying thoroughly the underarms or feet, before going to bed.
▲ ▼ Can Trust be used during pregnancy?
▲ ▼ Can it be used while on HRT or during the menstrual cycle?
Yes, although its efficacy can be affected by hormonal changes in the body.
▲ ▼ Can it be used on children's feet?
Yes, above the age of 4, although very young children are unlikely to have foot odour. Teenagers are a different matter and can benefit greatly from using Trust regularly! Make sure you teach them about elementary foot hygiene as well as regular washing of heavily used sports shoes and putting on clean socks.
▲ ▼ For how many years has Trust been on sale in the UK?
Trust has been on sale in the UK for over 15 years.
▲ ▼ Does Trust contain any animal extracts?
Trust does not contain animal extracts. Trust does contain animal by-products - Lanolin and Beeswax. Trust is not tested on animals.
▲ ▼ Does Trust contain parabens?
Parabens are not added to Trust in its preparation, however the inclusion of a paraben is via an ingredient used by a supplier. The actual amount of paraben contained in this ingredient is 0.00007%. 'Parabens are preservatives that are used in cosmetics because of their excellent safety profile. They are very rarely used in deodorant and antiperspirant products because these products are essentially, self-preserving. *Extensive research...continues to indicate that there is no proven link between rising breast cancer rates and the use of antiperspirants or deodorants.' Dr Phillippa Darbre
*Concentration of Parabens in Human Breast Tumours. P.D. Darbre, A. Aljarrah, W.R. Miller, N.G.Coldham, M.J.Sauer and G.S.Pope. J. Appl. Toxicol. 24 : 5-13 (2004)
▲ ▼ How long will it take for my order to arrive?
Delivery within the UK normally takes about 7 working days. Delays may occur due to national holidays and postal strikes, which are outside our control.
▲ ▼ Is Trust underarm deodorant an anti-perspirant, too? If not, can I use an anti-perspirant at the same time?
If you suffer from wet underarms and wish to keep them dry, simply apply Trust at night before going to sleep. In the morning, shower your underarm area with soap and dry it well. Follow up with by applying your chosen anti-perspirant.