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No one uses speed stick unscented? The best way to go in my opinion. Don't really like the fact my armpits are where the good smell is coming from. Use lacoste cologne when I need to smell good.
The dude that uses axe on ur balls? Spray or axe dry? If spray doesn't the co2 and alcohol sting? Never thought of rollon on me nuts! Lol
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Re: What deodorant do you use?--Chris [cole2kb]
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- 06-14-2012, 12:31 AM #36
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Re: What deodorant do you use?
I use Mitchum Smart Solid Clinical Performance. I have tried many other deodorants including the expensive ones like "Lab Series" but they all left white streaks on my skin and clothes even when I used only a little bit.
Mitchum Smart Solid is a little more expensive than some but worth every cent. You could seriously miss a day or two.-We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children.
- 06-14-2012, 02:02 AM #38
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Re: What deodorant do you use?
The one thing that gets on my nerves the most is when someone wears something strong enough that I can smell it. I wish people would shoot for totally neutral. Sometimes I get in our elevator and it smells like someone took a bath in cologne/perfume and it just about makes me pass out.
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I started out with Degree, but when I got to be 27, it became completely unusable for me as it not only began breaking me out, but it cut up my armpits as well.
Next was Dove. That was pretty good stuff and sped up the healing process. Problem is that its best attribute - that 1/4 moistuizing cream it's made with - made it too soft to be effective for long.
I dabbled with the clinical versions of Gilette & Secret...those suck FOR ME. I can get fairly better survival time from regular Gilette and regular Secret.
Arm & Hammer seems to work fairly well unless it's really hot and humid...
Aarid XX seems decent, but the stick only holds up for maybe a while longer than the spray (and the spray is why I hate sprays...that doesn't even hold up 20min)
Despite this, it seems the only things I can safely use are Aarid XX, Secret (including the dollar store knockoff; I know it's usually for women, but it works, dammit!!), and Arm & Hammer. Nothing else (that is actually usable for me) seems to work, and Mitchum is waaaay too expensive...though I would like to try it.
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Have recently tried my wife's Secret clinical strength because I ran out. That's some good deodorant! Plus I get to smell my lady all day at work.
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