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Old 02-15-2013, 05:27 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by El Bastardo View Post
ib4 "Surrey is already aware of this home remedy" comments.

Growing up on the Island I was surrounded by two types of people. Hippies who were the children of draft dodgers and wannabe rednecks who called anyone darker than a paper bag the N-word.

One day I mentioned to a hippie who I knew that the deodorant I was using was causing my skin to feel raw and irritated. The next day she shows up with this big crystal rock she said was "natural deodorant".

I simply switched deodorant brands rather than let a healing crystal take away my "toxified scents" to the land of wind and honey.

Moral of the story? Vancouver Island is a terrible, terrible place and be thankful for science.
Not my experience living on the island but LOL anyway cause I know what you're talking about.

This wasn't in Canada but this hippy girl from the states was recently trying to tell me her friend doesn't burn and doesn't need sunscreen because he meditates and accepts the rays into his body or something. ughh.

I smell good but always use it, and specifically use the aluminium shit. Fuck a pit stain.
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Old 02-15-2013, 05:58 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by eddy89 View Post
is good to avoid deodorant as much as possible. You sweat there for a reason, and by using the product, your blocking the pores.

Plus, the bulk majority of stick deodorant (e.g. major banded ones like Axe, Gilette) have aluminum based products which has been linked to higher chances of cancer related illnesses.

IMO, eat more "clean", use more breathable clothing if you do sweat and shower
Just to clarify.... deodorant does not have an anti-sweat mechanism, it just masks the smell. Antiperspirant blocks sweating.
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Are you wasting money on deodorant? The answer can be found in your ears | Suzi Gage | Science |

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There really is 'a gene for sweaty armpits', but new research suggests that the lucky people who don't have smelly sweat still use expensive deodorants

If you have dry earwax, you don't smell, and you don't need deodorant.

I have dry earwax...
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