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

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. Top line Recognizing this continued transformation, and the fact that, despite one in four Americans having a disability, there is no deodorant product…
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. Top line Recognizing this continued transformation, and the fact that, despite one in four Americans having a disability, there is no deodorant product…