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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    I have been using Rexona Confidence roll-on for a few years because it tends to work pretty well, but one of my armpits is starting to get irritated and I think it may be time to look into a different brand.

    I'd love to try one out that doesn't have so many nasties in it (like aluminium), but I'm the kind of person who really needs an effective deodorant or...I stink

    What do you use that works really well?

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    Mine wont be any good then. I use clinical protection, I know its got lots of nasties and it's darn expensive but I must have inherited my Dad's stinky problem because if I don't put it on (or even use something else), I'll stink within 2hrs.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    I also use the clinical protection one. I don't really get an odour but I do sweat lots and this is the only one that seems to help. Expensive but worth it.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    I'm using rexona right now. The one that's like a white block that you rub under your arms. It's wonderful. And then I just use body spray.

    I recently tried norsca 24hr spray. It's useless, and after that I tried norsca roll on underarm Deoderant and I ended up with a very bad and painful allergic reaction to it.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    The bodyshop roll on

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    I'm using rexona right now. The one that's like a white block that you rub under your arms. It's wonderful. And then I just use body spray.
    Question: does it leave a visibile white residue under your armpits?

    DH is urging me to try the stick variety of deodorant but I've used Lady Speed Stick before and after a while there is a white build up in your armpit creases.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    Sorry cant help. I've tried every brand over the years and can only use rexona spray, it works the best. It does go white at the start but it doesnt bother me.
    Did you use a different wax or shaver? That irritates me when I change brands

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    I used Lady Mitchum roll on, it's the only one that has ever worked for me. I sweat a lot so I also use Driclor once a week and the other one every other day.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    The rexona clinical protection one does leave horrible white marks all over my clothes. It's such a pain but it really does stop me sweating.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    The rexona clinical protection one does leave horrible white marks all over my clothes. It's such a pain but it really does stop me sweating.
    I thought you only put that one on overnight?


 

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