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>> No. 4366 Anonymous
1st August 2013
Thursday 11:49 am
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Why do my arm pits still stink after I shower?
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>> No. 4367 Anonymous
1st August 2013
Thursday 12:59 pm
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>>4366
You might have some sort of problem. Get them botoxed.
>> No. 4368 Anonymous
1st August 2013
Thursday 5:07 pm
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Because of the bacteria which lives on you. When you shower you just deplete it temporarily and it swiftly recolonises.

Baths work a little better and you need something antibacterial like Mitchums.

I have a terrible problem with this unless I'm incredibly careful and what I use on my underarms is this:

Layer 1: a clearasil pad (kills germs)
Layer 2: antibacterial hand gel (ditto)
Layer 3: mitchums roll on
Layer 4: garnier mineral roll on
layer 5: garnier mineral spray

This combination's been working on me for a year and counting. I get used to any normal deodorant in a fortnight tops.

I had a pretty decent run with Pitrok but developed a sensitivity to it. There's also a pretty good Spanish one called Byly but I had to get it as an international order from Amazon which was expensive.
>> No. 4369 Anonymous
1st August 2013
Thursday 5:09 pm
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>>4368

I should mention I don't sweat under my arms at all now so I produce prodigious amounts of groin sweat. I look like I've pissed myself if I have to sit on a plastic chair.
>> No. 4771 Anonymous
5th January 2014
Sunday 1:59 pm
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what's the best way to shave your pits?
>> No. 4772 Anonymous
5th January 2014
Sunday 2:40 pm
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nivea do a great silver protection range which has silver ions in it or summin.. known antibacterial properties or something

I use the shower gel and deoderant (which says it protects for 72 hours)

also dont just rub the shower gel on actually use a flannel or a sponge and scrub

also i shave my armpits... ugh im such a fag
>> No. 4773 Anonymous
5th January 2014
Sunday 2:41 pm
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>>4771

same way you shave your face.. i use the disposable mach 3's. You might wanna trim it with some scissors the first time
>> No. 5276 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 7:30 am
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Can I still use roll-ons with hairy pits? Is it worse for the body because of those aluminum compounds they contain?

Is there an alternative to using deodorant? Something like baby/talcum powder? If memory serves it doesn't work too well.
>> No. 5277 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 7:02 pm
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>>5276
Rolls ons work fine for me with hairy pits.
However roll-ons and sprays both have aluminium in, although I feel safer with roll-ons because you're not inhaling a load of it.

On the subject, does anyone know any half-decent aluminium free deodorants? I'm not overly paranoid about it, but there's enough doubt about it's link to alzheimer's that I'd rather be safe than sorry.
>> No. 5278 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 7:33 pm
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>>5277
I don't think you should worry, mate. What are you counting as "enough doubt"? No study so far has conclusively found evidence that it impacts your health. Here's a somewhat recent review paper on Aluminium and environmental risk: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25233067

But if you want to go aluminium free anyway, Old Spice High Endurance is pretty good.
>> No. 5279 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 7:46 pm
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>>4772
You're right about Nivea's Silver Protect range being pretty good, but your lack of capitalisation and punctuation undermine your good advice by making you look like an illeterate fool.
>> No. 5280 Anonymous
30th August 2015
Sunday 10:29 am
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>>5278
Does anyone on the high street do Old Spice High Endurance?
>> No. 5281 Anonymous
30th August 2015
Sunday 12:23 pm
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Antiperspirants never work for me. The only one that I have found that actually functions is Triple Dry which is a bloody fiver for 50mL. I always keep a bottle handy for days when I need it rather than using it every day. Interviews, client meets, going out, things like that. Realistically it can only be used ten times or so before running out.
>> No. 5301 Anonymous
24th September 2015
Thursday 9:29 pm
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Any good rollons for lassmates? Or is the Nivea Silver protection the way to go?
>> No. 5302 Anonymous
25th September 2015
Friday 2:48 pm
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>>5301

I'd say Garnier Mineral or Mitchum or both layered. It's not normally terribly noticeable if you use a male one either.
>> No. 5303 Anonymous
25th September 2015
Friday 7:53 pm
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>>5301
You're not a girl, Steve, we've been through this.
>> No. 5311 Anonymous
26th September 2015
Saturday 2:35 pm
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>>5302
I've found a lot of Nivea ones are pretty good. I've used both the "men's" Silver one and their 48h Invisible for Black/White, I was quite impressed that they seem to live up to their claims of keeping pit stink at bay for well over a day.
>> No. 5780 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 2:24 pm
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>>4368

So guess what Garnier have just discontinued?

https://www.facebook.com/Garnier.UK/posts/hi-can-you-tell-me-if-the-garnier-deodorant-is-being-discontinued-i-cant-get-it-/1048045148588573/

Ugh. I couldn't find it in Sainsbury's yesterday and hadn't looked for it for a few weeks because I'd stocked up. I haven't run out yet but am not looking forward to it. I've been used to my deodorant working perfectly for years.
>> No. 5781 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 3:56 pm
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>>5780
Tesco has it.
>> No. 5782 Anonymous
30th August 2018
Thursday 3:57 pm
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>>5781

thanks

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