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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    I thought you only put that one on overnight?
    Yeh but unless you have a morning shower (I bathe at night) it still rubs off in the morning. And sometimes I put it on during the day for more protection and it rubs off.

    I don't really ever get a smell. I'm just always sweaty. Hands, feet, back, between legs. Even when it's a cold day, it's a big pain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJJM View Post
    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.
    I use Mitchum as well. I'm not a huge sweater and I love the fact if I forget to put it on during the weekend it still works (well for me it does anyway!)

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    I use Dove Clear Protection roll on. It doesn't leave any white marks.

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    Mitchum here too.
    Isn't the catch cry "so effective you can miss a day"?
    I stink sometimes and have found Mitchum to be pretty effective

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    Another Lady Mitchum user here. But I sometimes like my Hubby's Brut stick... it reminds me of getting a tattoo

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    I use rexona- it's the only one that seems to keep the BO away. I tried Dove spray on and it was horribly useless. An hour after my shower I would stink

    I might be chasing a rainbow here- but does anyone know of an odourless deodorant? All smells are making me sick atm and I would love to avoid smelling like a chemist (without smelling like I haven't bathed in a week) if I could.. basically I just don't want to smell at all! Is there anything like that out there?

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    I use Rexona crystal no white marks one.

    I used a nivea one the other week i think it was and i began to stink after a few hours.

    Ive tried the all natuarl ones before and they just dont work for me.

    I wonder what people used before these deoderants were invented? Maybe they were all just stinky? lol

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    Default Deodorant - what do you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    I wonder what people used before these deoderants were invented? Maybe they were all just stinky? lol
    Lots of perfume!

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    clinical protection user here too, as for what I did before it existed, I used a spray on anti-persperant, but would have to apply regularly througout the day. This one I just use once in the morning.

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    haha yeh i guess, i wonder if they used any natural remedies tho.....like rubbed vinegar under their arms or something (vinegar is great for covering up smells)


 

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