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Looking for a non irritating antiperspirant and deodorant.


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Nov 20, 2019
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So. I've always used some form or another of powder scented or unscented antiperspirant and deodorant. With in the last few years I've had to switch from Ivory bath soap to Lever 2000 because, after a shower, my back was starting to feel tight and itchy. Seems the same is happening to my arm pits. My current antiperspirant and deodorant , Arm & Hammer Ultra Max Powder Fresh, is making my pits itchy and I can see red irritated skin. But I am having a very hard time finding a non irritating antiperspirant and deodorant. Deodorants aplenty but almost none that also is an antiperspirant. And I can, when it's warm enough, sweat like a hog in a Texas summer. And I live in Southern California. Though Googling I've only found one that has both, Dove Men's Care Sensitive Shield. But it's not powder fresh nor unscented. The scent is not entirely pleasant, it's tolerable, but if I can find something better I would be very happy. Anyone have any recommendations? Thank you for your time.

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