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==Lotions==
# As long as the lotion has a thin and pourable consistency like that of oil<ref>Rabbi Heshy Kahn (What's Doing, Greater Connecticut, 3/3/11) quoting R' Nosson Kupshitz Shlita</ref> it would be permitted to use (providing that it is not medicinal, as then one would have to ask a shailo regarding the [[Refuah]] aspect). Therefore, one may apply most forms of sunblock lotion on an infant (or himself for that matter) as they are of very loose consistency.<ref>Rabbi Heshy Kahn (What's Doing, Greater Connecticut, 3/3/11) quoting R' Nosson Kupshitz Shlita</ref>
==Deodorant==
# It is permissible to use a spray or roll on deodorant. It is however actually prohibited to stain clothing on Shabbat. One puts on deodorant, then puts on a shirt, even if during the week, one puts on a shirt, then puts the deodorant through the head hole, takes off the cover, then puts it on.
# If possible, it is prohibited to use stick deodorant on Shabbat, even if one wants to.
 
==Credits==
# Special thanks to Rabbi Heshy Kahn for this article.
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