- Don’t use any
- Whatever is the cheapest
- Store brand or generic
- Aluminium Free
- Fragrance Free
- Strong or Clinical strength
- Specific Brand: Please list
- I change my choice every time
In the winter I go with aluminium free. During summer, I need the clinical strength stuff. I don’t fare well in heat because I’m such a northerner. Where I grew up, it was uncommon to have a 90 degree day. Nowadays, with global warming, we have about 2 weeks straight of 90-105 degree days with lows of 80. Mr. Star comes from the desert, so he is used to that. Starlet and I melt every summer.
I use sure deorderant spray.
I have a couple of perfumes i’m using at the moment: Chloe, Roberto Cavalli, Vasace and Guess. When one runs out, i pick a new fragrance.
I use fragrance free antiperspirant. I don’t really need it in dry weather as long as I wash often. In humid weather however, I’ll smell in less than half a day if I don’t start the day by washing myself and using deo.
I like secret and dove brands. Depends what’s on sale or what mood I’m in when I buy it. I use the normal stuff in the winter, but as soon as spring hits I like to use the clinical strength stuff.
I use Old Spice brand deodorant.
I don’t need an antiperspirant.
Works great for me.
I use Native sensitive skin formula and Schmidt’s sensitive skin formula. They work great for me year round
I’m allergic to that one. I use Kiss My Face in the winter and Old Spice in the summer.
Even the sensitive skin formula? @ninjastar
I use cruelty free.
At the moment I’m using natio for men because the woman’s one wasn’t available.
I was using lush deodorant that looks like a soap bar and uses no plastic but I didn’t feel that protected from smells on a hot summer day.
Environment friendly though.
It’s got milk of magnesia as the main deodorant instead of baking soda. I can’t use the baking soda kinds because they burn my armpits @ninjastar
Yeah I don’t know what is in it but I get bad rashes every time I try that brand. I have weird allergies. I think I might be allergic to aloe, which is in mist sensitive skin formulas.
@ninjastar , the rash is most likely due to the baking soda. It does that to me too. That’s why I get the sensitive skin formula. You should avoid deodorants that have baking soda in them
I have another deodorant with baking soda that works fine.
Oh wow! I wonder what you’re allergic to. That’s so interesting to me
Most things labelled sensitive skin make me break out. I have to use regular unscented products.
Wow ! @ninjastar
Yeah thats why I assume it is aloe. Most sensitive akin products have a bit of aloe to soothe skin.
Could be. My mom is allergic to aloe