Saturday, July 25, 2009

Deodorant to wear with tank tops and cute shirts?

does anyone know and deodorant that actually doesnt get all over your shirt? i kno those ones that say little black dress approved dont even anyone kno of a kind that you can wear tank tops with that it wont smear all over the armpit area and look stupid and still keeps you from smelling bad?

Deodorant to wear with tank tops and cute shirts?
Dove Ultimate Clear

It really does stay on your skin.
Reply:degree...the little black dressed approved does work!! no lie!!!
Reply:use dove

it smells awsome

and no marks

espesh on black tank tops
Reply:i use degree clinical strength, it works great!
Reply:This is my own testimony. I was tired of stinky armpits and yellow stains on my clothes. And I didn't like using aluminum they put in all those deodorants.This stuff works so well and it's so cheap. If anyone has more questions about this please feel free to email me. Included are the intructions on the best way I found to use it.

Baking Soda works a thousand times better than any deodorant you'd find on the store shelf. It doesn't put that yellow stain on your clothes either. Read on to find out my experience.

I happened to come across some information, in one of my books, on how to get rid of stinky feet problems. I don't have stinky feet but I read it just out of curiosity, because I know some people who have a problem with that. The book suggested using Baking Soda. I thought about that for a moment and said to myself, "If it can work for stinky feet why wouldn't it work for stinky armpits?" Don't laugh..... I figured I'd be a good candidate to test it out, because I have a terrible problem with smelly armpits that could be smelt a mile away. Using deodorants from the store never helped my problem much. I would always have to put some more on in the middle of the day and it seemed to only mask my problem, not eliminate it. They also left that yellow stain that wouldn't come out unless you did some hard scrubbing with laundry detergent and your hands. That can get a little old too.

I have been using Baking Soda for 8 months now and I have never had bad odor since. Also, my clothes are not getting stained like they do when using regular deodorant. This stuff works for 24 hours and you use so little of it! Some of you might be saying, "Yeah, but how does the powder stay on? What about my dark clothes?"

I haven't had it come off and as far as those dark clothes, it would show in the beginning when the powder dried, but if you wipe it off it comes off really easy and whatever is still on your armpits doesn't re-stain your dark clothing with more white powder. This remains to be debated by more people though. I used it with my beautiful sleevless formal gown and it didn't show. My gown was dark purple. I haven't found it to be an inconvenience for me at all, and you can't see the powder on your armpits. If you have black color skin I'm not sure if it will show, but it doesn't hurt to try!

Here's how you can use it. I did a lot of trial and error trying to find the easiest way. Here's what I came up with. Spray your armpit with water. I found that using a water sprayer, that's the size of those trial size hair sprayers, is the best. But you can use whatever size you like. Spray just enough so that your armpit is wet, on the verge of dripping. You don't want it to actually drip, because that's too much moisture. Touch the wet area on your armpit with your finger, then take that same wet finger and touch the surface of the Baking Soda powder. This will give you the correct amount you need to be odor free all day. Then, when the powder is stuck to your finger, rub it into the wet surface on your armpit. It should go on smoothly with out flaking and you shouldn't have water dripping down your side. You'll eventually figured out the right amount of water. I have experienced light redness on occasion but it wasn't a problem.

This stuff is perfect for traveling, because a little goes a long way. A tablespoon lasted me one month. Find a travel size container and a travel size spray bottle and you're good to go. I tried premixing Baking Soda with the water and that didn't work out well at all.

neutral skin tone

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