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Antiperspirant + Deodorant

sartorialism

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I sweat like a horse. By the time I get to work in the AM, I have massive sweat rings on my shirts by my armpits. I’ve tried many deodorants, but none really, really work.

Please recommend something that works (it can be a standard supermarket brand, or a specialty deodorant — whatever works best.)

Other requirements:
1. Unscented
2. Roll on
3. Can be used on nether regions

TIA!


Before everyone freaks out about why I don’t consult earlier threads—
1. They’re pretty sparse;
2. They’re old, so there many more deodorants on the market since those threads were discussed, and there are many more users to reply.
 

c0de

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for 1 and 2, try Certain Dri Roll.. Might not work for 3, as it BURNS.. but it works!!
 

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To preface, I wanted to move away from antiperspirants to get away from aluminum. I'm not obsessed about the health implications, but I did want to avoid getting annoying armpit stains on all my shirts. I sweat more than average, and I live in south Florida, where the heat and humidity do not help.

Step #1 - Trim your armpit hair. Just do it. You don't have to shave it all the way off, but the shorter, the better.

Step #2 - Use Native deodorant (and ONLY deodorant, no antiperspirant) for a couple of months.

Step #3 - Profit

I tried a lot of deodorants, natural, hippie, corporate, prescription strength, etc. (yes, including Dry-sol and Certain Dri), and Native is the one I've found that keeps me from smelling like a farm animal at the end of the day. Somehow, my I perspire less as well. Some people theorize that using harsh antiperspirants actually trigger your glands to produce more sweat than normal, and by eliminating those ingredients, your sweat production slows down as well. Who knows. It works for me.
 

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