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Persil Sensitive vs. regular

Posted by mariella1 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 2, 12 at 22:50

I would like to try Persil, but in the local ethnic store they only have Persil Sensitive with Aloe Vera and Persil for colors. I am wondering if this Persil Sensitive cleans as well as Persil Complete?
They also sell Ariel Complete. Should I just get Ariel?

Thank you!

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RE: Persil Sensitive vs. regular

Do you have a German store nearby?

If not what kind of ethnic store carries Persil?

Persil Sensitive is the same as regular Persil minus perfumes and dyes. Some hyper sensitive people think it still has a smell they don't like.

Ariel is Procter & Gamble's number one brand outside USA/Canada.

Most of the Ariel available in the US is the Mexican variety.

I would get Persil.

RE: Persil Sensitive vs. regular

It's a European ethnic store (not German though), Ariel they have is not Mexican.Thank you for clarifying about Persil.

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