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Recommend Some Good Deodorants

JRPate

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I'm a bit bored of Old Spice and would like to try some new deodorants. What do you use?
 

slider07

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Jack Black deodorant - nice, clean, understated smell. And 1 stick seems to last a long time. Not cheap though.
 

js4design

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Originally Posted by slider07
Jack Black deodorant - nice, clean, understated smell. And 1 stick seems to last a long time. Not cheap though.

this stuff left my armpits sticky. i have to really scrub to get it out of my armpit hair in the morning. other than that it works pretty well.
 

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I recommend to buy whatever deodorant you can find that doesn't have aluminum in it (most of them do) since aluminum causes alzheimers. In my local store lately the only one I can find like that is "Speedstick Active Fresh".
 

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Originally Posted by stylemeup
I recommend to buy whatever deodorant you can find that doesn't have aluminum in it (most of them do) since aluminum causes alzheimers. In my local store lately the only one I can find like that is "Speedstick Active Fresh".

I think the alzheimers research is sketchy at best and has to do with ingestion at high levels. As long as you're not eating it, aluminum deodorant shouldn't hurt.
 

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Originally Posted by DirtySouthGentleman
mitchum

+1 for sure

Also I use the Right Guard Extreme Powerstripe as my antipersperant
 

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