Degree Develops the First Inclusive Deodorant for People With Vision and Upper Limb Disabilities

A reimagined design and a braille label adapt the product for unique needs

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There’s been a recent push for mainstream brands to redesign their products in order to make them inclusive for people with disabilities, leading to an evolution of advertising, products and shopping experiences.

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Recognizing this continued transformation, and the fact that, despite one in four Americans having a disability, there is no deodorant product designed for people with upper limb motor dysfunction, Degree Deodorant this week launched Degree Inclusive.

Degree Inclusive is a deodorant that the brand calls inclusive by design, making it easier to open and close, identify, apply and handle.



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