Based on my extensive experience I would not expect you to have any trouble - as long as the number of on the label is below 100 grams.
Many years ago I found a specific brand of deodorant spray that labels all of their products as being "150ml" or "150ml/100g", with the exception of one particular product which, despite being in the exact same size container, is labeled only as "100g".
I regularly (and I mean at least weekly) travel with a can of this "100g" spray in my carry-on bags, and have traveled to over 30 countries doing do. Probably one out of ever 4-5 times the airport security staff look at the can as they presume it is over the allowed size (and in some sense of the word, they are correct) - but to date I have never not been allowed continue with it. I have had a small number of security people who have looked at the can in great detail (including all the fine print on the back) looking for a size other than the clearly-shown "100g" on the front of the can, but they always fail.
I have been told by security staff in some countries that their criteria is that any labels must show below "100ml" AND "100g". ie, "150ml/100g" is not acceptable, but the exact same size can showing only "100g" is.
Obviously your experience may vary - but based on hundreds of trips through security in dozens of countries, I'd suggest you'll be fine!