Have you ever notice that your skin burns or stings when you apply deodorant after swimming?
That burning is probably due to your failure to get all of the chlorine off of your skin after swimming.
Chlorine bonds to your skin.
It doesn't wash away with normal showering.
That chlorine on your skin dries your skin so that your deodorant burns when you apply it.
That chlorine on your skin also reacts with the deodorant, forming molecules that irritate your skin.
THE ANSWER: Get the chlorine off of you after you swim. It's easy. Just rinse with vitamin C. Use SwimSpray.