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    Default For those with young kids who need to wear deoderant/anti-persperant ..

    what do you use on your young children who need to wear anything under their armpits? dd who is 7 can get quite smelly under there.. i've been told they are too young for anything with aluminium.. so what else can be used?

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    I haven't looked into it much but my DS9 has just started to wear roll on deodorant. I just bought whatever I thought smelt the nicest at the time but still need to look into it more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFarts View Post
    what do you use on your young children who need to wear anything under their armpits? dd who is 7 can get quite smelly under there.. i've been told they are too young for anything with aluminium.. so what else can be used?
    no experience with kids using deoderant but there's an aluminium free brand called Thursday plantation. it's tea tree oil deoderant.

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    Coconut oil gets used here...it works really well, and no nasties

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    no experience with kids using deoderant but there's an aluminium free brand called Thursday plantation. it's tea tree oil deoderant.
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    Coconut oil gets used here...it works really well, and no nasties
    Either of these and there are a few different aluminium free deodorants at the health food stores.

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    Bi-carb dusted under the arms apparently works really well. Haven't tried it myself though. They's also a crystal deodorant and they do a roll on that are both aluminium free.

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    I haven't looked into the aluminum-free thing tbh.
    I bought my 8yo a Speed Stick, because they are so easy to use and don't feel sticky like normal roll-ons. He only uses it once a week or so for intense sport. He doesn't need it every day.

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    Moo Goo make a good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    Moo Goo make a good one
    Second that it's a lovely natural deodorant & even I use it daily.

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    Axilla by black chicken. It is amazing!!!!! It's a paste in a little pot.


 

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