what kind of deoderant do you use, fit?
I personally hate using anti persperant because breast cancer, but as a semi-productive member of society, it's sometimes necessary. I fell for the axe dry spray meme and its pretty gud, but makes me smell like a teenager.
>only somewhat fit related
Smells really good
Are you like 12 years old?
Im currently using pic related, its kinda ok
Old spice. Really people may give you shit for axe, but women love it. It's cheap, mass produced, and made to smell good to women.
Cologne I use chrome. Women love it.
I have worn axe on occasions and women always say I smell good when I do. If I tell them it is axe they immediately backpedal and say I smell bad. Women are so concerned over stupid shit. Whatever.
> Allergic reaction to most deaderants I've tried
> Have to use Anti Persperient though I hate it
> Unwilling to special order expensive shit
Is there any alternative I can buy from Target or something?
I rarely use anti-perspirant unless I'm getting dressed up. Plus they fuck up t shirts after a while.
Never heard this about breast cancer, got a link?
For regular deodorant I'll use
Antiperspirant is the modern day asbestos. There are already preliminary studies linking aluminum to Alzheimer's, so I stay away from ones with that as an active ingredient. In a few years we'll look back and wonder how we could be so stupid.
Baby powder works just fine.
I've heard a lot of good things about ACV, and became my miracle cure for awful warts many years back when nothing else would work, so this wouldn't surprise me. Does it leave any sort of scent? How do you apply it?
>Does it leave any sort of scent?
An old housemate of mine swore by acv. He used it in several ways daily. The entire house had this sharp stinging stench to it all year round. Not saying it doesn't work, but it's something to keep in mind.
Please god stop wearing Axe. Everybody over the age of 16 hates the smell, I don't care if the girls at your work say they like it, god you guys must be kidding.
There's an old phrase, "don't smell like anything that costs less than ten dollars".
Mitchum Unscented for deodorant, Rochas Man for cologne in the Winter, currently looking for a new Summer scent.
Seriously stop wearing Axe/Old Spice/just stop smelling like a mass produced product. People will remember you more if you have a unique scent.
Wear linen clothes if you need to dress up and sweat wicking micofibre polyester if you don't.
Running shorts with built in net underwear are top tier in summer, good for test too.
Only the best. You only need apply it every three days.
>Myth 4: Drinking out of aluminum cans or cooking in aluminum pots and pans can lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
Reality: During the 1960s and 1970s, aluminum emerged as a possible suspect in Alzheimer’s. This suspicion led to concern about exposure to aluminum through everyday sources such as pots and pans, beverage cans, antacids and antiperspirants. Since then, studies have failed to confirm any role for aluminum in causing Alzheimer’s. Experts today focus on other areas of research, and few believe that everyday sources of aluminum pose any threat.
How come there are some shirts I own that no matter how cold out it is/how little I move, my armpits are always sweaty by the end of the day? It's only with some of my shirts, but enough of them for me to notice it happening.
Just discovered the dry sprays. Don't now how I ever lived without them. Currently using dove men care. Can't even tell I have anything on if you look at my skin and it leaves nothing on my shirt. Great stuff.