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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    Where do you ge t the injections? Do you need a dr referral and are they expensive? Sorry for all the qu's!
    Our local medical centre does botox. It is bulk billed if done for medical reasons with a doctor's referral. I'd suggest checking with your GP.

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    I loveeeee clinical deodorant! Best thing to fight humidity. But yes, for it to work properly you apply it the night before, and I even top up with regular spray deodorant in the morning. Works so well.

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    I use both the clinical and spray. I find the clinical leaves me with a slightly wet/slimey feeling that I don't like so I 'seal' it off with a spray of rexona over the top. I don't bother with the night time part of it. I just apply after my showers and it works a great for me. It has to be a stinker or I have to be working very hard to sweat through that. For the first time in my life I now feel confident in that department!

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    have you tried driclor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Our local medical centre does botox. It is bulk billed if done for medical reasons with a doctor's referral. I'd suggest checking with your GP.

    "Life Is Ours, We Live It Our Way".
    We have a friend who is a cosmetic nurse, trained in injecting, she does it for him at cost for the Botox but she did say he could claim it on Medicare as it's medicinal but he never has.

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    I'm gonna sound like a big hippy here, but apple cider vinegar works wonders for odour. It won't stop you sweating at all, but I think it kills the bacteria that causes the odour or something, works really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    have you tried driclor?
    I've tried driclor but boy was I sorry. It was too much for my skin and came up in a red, angry but dried out rash that was so painful that I could barely put arms down. Be careful with this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annabella View Post
    I'm gonna sound like a big hippy here, but apple cider vinegar works wonders for odour. It won't stop you sweating at all, but I think it kills the bacteria that causes the odour or something, works really well.
    I was going to suggest bicarb.
    I don't understand if you need to top up during the day what's the point

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    I find the Mitcham not as good as the Rexona one if that helps

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    i wish the rexona ones came with the anti white marks.


 

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