He put me on antibiotics and told me to switch to a spray deodorant, specifically Right Guard. So I did, and the cysts went away, but this new deodorant just isn't doing the job. I wash my pits with antibacterial soap and spray on the Right Guard at 8 in the morning, and by 4 in the afternoon I'm a little bit ripe, and by 7 in the evening I'm downright appalling.
I’d all but hung up any chance of trying any sort of natural deodorant again, until I saw Tracy from fanserviced-b.com’s post on Racked about how acids are the best natural deodorant. No lie, if I had ears that could perk up, they would’ve totally perked up because my whole life changed while reading the post. I decided right then and there I’d put this method to the test.
Agreed it should be in the toilets. The only reason I occasionally do a little stealth spray in my room is because the staff toilets are across site (school) in the opposite direction of my break duty, i have non fragrenced anti perspirant and I can stand next to an open window and it's gone in a minute (and the room will be empty for 10 mins for break). I say that being a.I began with Tom’s because it was the only natural deodorant offered in my grocery store, and it just straight up didn’t work in any way for me, so I turned to Schmidt’s. I bought a jar, applying it by hand each day, and what followed was a simultaneous obsession with their dreamy scent blends and a horrible, long-lasting rash that led to me pouting into my glass of wine at a fancy fall.It didn’t stop me sweating, no deodorant could have done that in those conditions, but it definitely stopped me smelling, for which I’m very grateful. Back in London, this nifty little balm continued to work its magic, taking me and my armpits comfortably through rush hour, busy days at the office and HIIT classes after work.
Have you noticed on some days it seems like your deodorant doesn’t work at all? We’re not talking about an especially sweaty day when you ran a 5K. We’re talking about normal, not-so-active.Read More
My homemade deodorant version is completely natural and doesn’t contain any toxic chemicals, aluminium or harmful parabens. You can make this deodorant recipe unscented or you can use any essential oils you like. I like zesty and refreshing scents, so I often use tea tree oil, lemon or vanilla, but other essential oils like lavender, rose or grapefruit are also excellent options. Note on.Read More
If you're considering a new underarm product, you may be wondering, does unscented deodorant work? Personally, I've been a baby-powder-scented deodorant gal for as long as I can remember. Every morning after my shower, I'd slather on the comforting scent and go about my day with the familiar fragrance masking any inkling that I may have worked up a sweat. Well, until recently. After my.Read More
This is hands down the best natural deodorant I’ve ever tried. Don’t hate me, though - it’s only available in the US. They do ship to the UK, and trust me - it’s worth the customs charge.Read More
The Best Natural Deodorant for Heavy Sweating. Armpit sweating sucks, and finding a healthy solution is even more frustrating. I’ve dealt with the condition axillary hyperhidrosis my entire adult life and always struggled with the idea of layering toxin-laden antiperspirants on my armpits. That’s why I was determined to find the best natural deodorant for heavy sweating.Read More
Meet Bethany McDaniel, Founder of Primally Pure. I reached out to my good friend and Founder of Primally Pure, Bethany McDaniel, to explain why everyone should use natural deodorant and answer any questions you might have about switching to a natural deodorant. Primally Pure is an uber clean and EFFECTIVE skincare and beauty brand. They are passionate about natural ingredients and creating.Read More
I ended up doing one more last-ditch Google search and learned that baking soda often doesn’t work a number of natural deodorant users. Once I stopped using those baking soda formulas, my armpits returned to normal! Detox your pits. As I previously said, making the switch is a marathon, not a sprint. To set your armpits up for optimal success when making the switch to natural deodorant, I.Read More
A deodorant bar made of super-absorbent powders, fresh green grapes, and juniper and citrus essential oils to help you keep dry and fresh. This gentle but powerful bar makes light work of heavy perspiration, thanks to its nifty little team of freshmakers that absorb odours and work up some anti-bacterial magic.Read More
Causes of Armpit Rash - Transitioning to Natural Deodorant Part 1. Switching from an antiperspirant or a commercial deodorant to a natural deodorant will be a unique experience for each person. Have you made the switch to organic or natural personal care products, but hesitate when it comes to using natural deodorant? You are not alone. Many people who advocate an “all-natural” way of.Read More
Because of the way we talk about deodorant, it’s often interchanged with antiperspirant (How often do you say, “Hold on, I just have to put on some antiperspirant and then we can go.”), and that means that people will often mistake a simple deodorant for a product that blocks sweat. But that’s simply not true. While a stick of regular deodorant may be able to stop your B.O. from coming.Read More