The Carrot or the Stick?
Americans have a thing we say about trying to convince people to do something. You can use the carrot (a reward) or the stick (a punishment). I don’t know if there is the same saying here or not. Many things are the same in Portuguese, but not everything.
Any way, Brazil has the carrot. Restaurant “Cenoura” which is Portuguese for carrot, at least in Porto Alegre. It’s specialty is pasteis, small deep fried pies filled with things from meat to, well, carrots. Also sweets. There are a number of different chains specializing in these cheap foods and they’re pretty good, with lots of different flavors and sizes.
Brazil does not seem to have the stick. Not when it comes to deodorants, anyway. I’ve found stick deodorants in the past in Rio, in bigger stores, sometimes. I recently had to buy new deodorant and all I could find this time was roll ons. If you want the stick, bring it with you or have a look at the biggest stores you can find and know where you can find it when you run out.