Lynx releases special edition Xbox deodorant

Gamers will have the chance to smell like the essence of their favourite console with the release of an Xbox-themed deodorant.

The Lynx limited edition, which will only be available in Australia and New Zealand, is designed to “transform the feeling of ‘levelling up’ into a fragrance”, according to its manufacturers.

“In games, even the most insurmountable challenge can be overcome by lifting your game,” says Tania Chee, business group lead for Xbox ANZ.

“We see Xbox fans achieve incredible things every day, and we wanted to celebrate that elevated skill, passion and determination by creating something truly special.

Lynx Xbox is designed to ‘transform the feeling of levelling up into a fragrance’ (Xbox)
Lynx Xbox is designed to ‘transform the feeling of levelling up into a fragrance’ (Xbox)

“Now, powering up can be as simple as a quick spray before you head out the door.”

Lynx Xbox, which is also available as a shower gel, is described as “a fresh scent of pulsing green citrus, featuring top notes of kaffir lime and winter lemon, aromatic herbal middle notes of mint and sage, and woody bottom notes of patchouli and clearwood”.

It goes on sale next month.

- Press Association

More on this topic

Hozier adds more believers to his church after Cork gig

Murray ‘s winning return ends with doubles defeat in Eastbourne

Ireland to give €5m to help Palestinian refugees

Everton sign Gomes on five-year deal

More in this Section

Pink rainbow lights up the night sky in UK

Watch: Ducklings escorted across street by Glasgow pedestrians

Fire-scarred landscape looks like snow has come down in June as flowers bloom

Meet 'Lampbot' a robotic home assistant made by WIT students that connects with people emotionally


Lifestyle

Hozier adds more believers to his church after Cork gig

Simply off the wall: Your go-to guide to shelving

Peter Dowdall shares his top 4 flower picks to add a splash of summer colour to your garden

Ask a counsellor: ‘Why does my husband hate that our daughter’s dating a man going through divorce?’

More From The Irish Examiner