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My hubby still uses Underbalm, and he goes running during his lunch breaks, and has a 2km walk from the ferry terminal to his office. He swears by Underbalm and I’ve never smelled BO on him while he’s been using it.
I’ve just switched from using Underbalm to using Ethique’s Lavender & Vanilla Solid Deo Bar. It’s day 3 for me now, and it’s just survived a day of stress sweating without any noticeable odour.
I tried the no.3 balm last year and I didn't work for me. I've since used a product called Detoxapit which is (as it says) to detox your armpits to help it adjust to natural deodorants. I'm now using the Ethique solid and I'm also sampling a Lush solid and one from Dirtie Hippie. Hopefully I'll find 'the one' soon. Wearing loose clothing around your armpits helps you to not feel so sweaty too.
The best natural deoderant has been the Black Chicken one the reason why haven't repurchased it for awhile is because it comes in a pot and I prefer something that I can apply without having to stick my fingers in it. And I've come across a really good option. Dept of Soul deoderants. I have been using their deoderant sticks for over a year and I really like them you do pay about 26 bucks for a stick (includes shipping) but given that you get 82g of deoderant it isn't much more expensive than the supermarket prices. I find one stick lasts me about four months and that's with using it twice a day most days.
I do have sensitive skin and alot of deoderants make my armpits dry and itchy or have a rash but I haven't had any problems with Dept of Soul.
I didn't have any problems during the day, but when I did use at night I found the baking soda kinda seemed to get on my sheets and it's kinda abrasive. I use a crystal deoderant spray at night and I much prefer that. I haven't tried any of the new repackaged deoderants but they do aim to improve their formulas all the time so I'm assuming it's still good or improved.
There was a really interesting discussion about natural deodorant and antiperspirants on Breakfast this morning. It kinda convinced me that antiperspirants aren't so bad so I might go back to them if the natural ones I'm currently using don't work out for me. I like that a lot of the natural ones come without plastic packaging though.