Innovative solution receives U.S. patent approval. RAISE Armpit Stain Remover takes the guess work out of removing pesky deodorant and sweat stains.

Oct 17, 2012 - PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Pharmworks LLC. recently announced the company has been granted patent approval by the United States Patent and Trademark Office  for their pretreatment solution that eliminates deodorant and sweat stains. RAISE is the first armpit stain remover in the market to be recognized and awarded a patent for it’s proven ability to remove perspiration stains from clothing. The company was issued Patent Number 8,268,769 on September 18, 2012 to assignee Hillary Enselberg, inventor of RAISE.

This exciting innovation in laundry care, wipes out underarm sweat spots as well as ring around the collar-- keeping your wardrobe looking fresh and clean. RAISE's unique formula bonds to the perspiration stain, turning it into a salt thereby releasing it from your clothing. Many stain removers and detergents have tried to tackle this issue before but only frustrated consumers with failed results. RAISE’s capability in eradicating discolored perspiration stains reinforces it’s ever growing popularity in the marketplace.

"We've all heard that wearing lightweight white cotton shirts can keep us cool. The only problem is, the armpit areas all too often turn yellow from excessive sweating and antiperspirant build-up.  Pouring bleach directly onto the stains to get rid of them can eat away at the fabric, creating holes," said Christina Peterson, Product Analyst at Good Housekeeping. "When we tried RAISE at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, we were genuinely impressed with its performance -- even on old set-in stains."

"Our unique formulation is changing the way we eliminate body sweat stains on laundry and without damaging your clothes," said Hillary Enselberg, Owner of Pharmworks LLC. "While we can't always control body temperature and sweat, thanks to RAISE we can now feel more confident to dress in our favorite whites and bright colors without concern for permanent underarm stains."