Originally Posted by Renato
I don't really understand your question.
Are you saying you can't use anti-perspirant sticks ever (for some irritation reason), or just that you don't want to use them because they're scented?
Most antiperspirants use artificial aluminium salts. Alum salt sticks and most natural antiperspirants just use natural aluminium salts (Potassium Alum or Ammonium Alum). The natural and artificial both work in exactly the same way.
I've got plenty of scent free antiperspirants - spray, roll-on and sticks - which don't clash with scents.
I avoid deodorants because their function is not to stop perspiration, but to stop organisms in the perspiration from breaking down and smelling bad (i.e. microbe preservatives). Antiperspirants do that as well as suppressing perspiration.
i can not use antiperspirants, after 3 days i just get hurting armpits.....i must sweat
thats why i ask the question otherwise would just take unscented antiperspirant, there are pleanty of them
i have found one bitoherm roll on, that looks very natural and claims to keep you safe 24 h, but i dont like roll on its wet, so it works on my psyche allready
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Originally Posted by dollars&scents
I, too, cannot use antiperspirants without developing an irritation, including some swelling of lymph nodes, in reaction to the chemicals thereof. I must only use deodorants to avoid that scenario.
The suggestion by Kagey is very interesting, and I will be interested in any further suggestions that may be offered in this Thread.
hey hello, yes exactly my symptoms as well!!
i have just bought deo kristall but it works just the same way as any antiperspirant, it narrows those chanells where seat comes out
i have been using some deo sticks from perfume houses and also must be carfull choosing there to
using CK Man for now, it has basicly no smell after a month becasue it evaporates, on top of it i spray something so in the end i have scents clashing with my perfume
but this works all day
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Originally Posted by surileo
The best is clinique for men(grey color). It is not antiperspirant and is completely fragrance free.
hey hello, i have seen that one but it has antiperspirant label on- - - Updated - - -
Originally Posted by cloud atlas
I've not tried the clinique, but Menscience makes a very effective unscented deodorant (it is NOT an antiperspirant). It is the best deodorant I've ever used. However, it is pretty pricey at $17 a stick.
If my wife hadn't found out how much it costs, it would have been the only deodorant I would ever use.
i wish i can buy this here, stick lasts me for a year.....