One of the fun things about traveling is seeing how the little things (that take for granted) are often different overseas.
For example, take deodorant/antiperspirant.
Few Americans or Europeans will disagree that deodorant is a very important personal hygiene product. (Definitely no one who has been on a crowded bus for 20 minutes will disagree!)
But, even though deodorant works the same on both sides of the Atlantic, it doesn't come in the same form.
|In America, deodorant is typically a roll-on solid.|
|In Europe, deodorant most often comes as a spray!|
Both work the same. (Luckily!) But, for some reason, spray deodorant has never caught on in the States and roll-on deodorant has never made a splash over in Europe.
But isn't it interesting about the the same product with the same results (and even many of the same brands), have evolved differently?