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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    I wear Almay hypoalergenic. Because I'm alergic to everything else.
    I use that too!

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    I have a stick of store brand invisible antiperspirant that has lasted 4 years of daily use so far. It's still 40% full.

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    Use more Old Spice, and if you start to smell like it, take a shower and put on less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xisnotx View Post
    I'm really starting to hate my deodorant...it "leaks"...I sweat through it.
    I used Old Spice for a long time, and I liked it fine...but I got tired of smelling like it.
    Now I'm using some sort of Gillette deodorant and it's annoying me to bits..

    So, any suggestions on deodorant...one that gets the job done?

    Or, what do you wear?
    Dove clinical get a good rating from my guys. I'm not sure what the actual scents are though, whatever, they smell nice and have all commented that it stopped the sweating.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    I use this really nice one, I spray it on my face after I shave and; I use it as an aftershave.

    It's like £25.00 per can.


    YSL (Yves Saint Laurent) Kouros Deodorant Spray 150ml

    I also have this other reugular one which, tbh, I don't use.

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    I am currently trying out new products since even my fresh sweat has a pretty persisting man smell. To be honest I think it's diet related. But I eat what I like and I like what I eat, a good deodorant seems the logical solution.
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    I go to the sauner, sweat out the sweat, I doubt a spray can stop the after sweat, but, as always, towl + water. (Drinking water I mean). But, the down side to that is... A lot of sweat for like idk, if you're busy, and just came from the sauner, you can be really sweating for a whole 20 minutes but, it was hot that day too.
    I doubt an anti perspirant would be able to stop that flood but; that's me.

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    Not allergic to all deodorant sticks, but to Old Spice, apparently. Tried it and broke out into a rash, which went away when I stopped. I like the smell of Degree, but it also has that white clump problem.
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