When opting for more natural skin care products, you question whether a mineral-based deodorant can be as effective as your tried-and-true antiperspirant. The answer is yes! All it takes is the right combo of ingredients, and Schmidt’s has perfected the formula. Thrive Market member Jasmine P. says it’s the best deodorant she’s ever used, and ...
Few personal care products play as important a role as deodorant. It’s what saves us during sweaty situations like first dates, job interviews, and hardcore gym sessions. Plus, it’s one of the few products we use without fail every single day.
Are you over those stains antiperspirants leave on the underarms of shirt sleeves? Aluminum is the culprit, and guess what? Not only does it ruin shirts, but it’s also a known neurotoxin, meaning it can have adverse affects on your brain. Not cool.
I’m switching over to all-natural beauty products, but can’t exactly take my DIY coconut oil and apple cider vinegar concoctions to the gym! What can I use that’s easy to travel with but still good for me? —Meg I love that you’re switching to all-natural beauty supplies! A lot of us are so careful about ...
What weighs eight pounds, stretches 22 feet, and absorbs just about anything you put on it? Your skin.
Proponents of all-natural deodorant have long been making a pretty big stink (pun intended) about the potential health risks associated with conventional deodorants and antiperspirants.
It’s a sad truth—sometimes you don’t realize you forgot to put on deodorant until after you’ve already started sweating. Swiping a solid stick over that swampy mess isn’t ideal, especially since it’s likely bacteria has already started stewing. The last thing you may think of is a DIY deodorant, but hear us out.
The average woman uses 12 products daily on her skin. The average guy? He’s lucky if he remembers to apply deodorant.
Truth time: I mastered the art of the subtle armpit waft long ago. Interviews, first dates, even crowded elevators leave me sniffing (and possibly fanning) at my underarms, desperately willing my body not to perspire.
We try our best to fight perspiration and odor, but it’s just a part of life. Even the coolest cats can start sweating under the pressure of an important meeting or a hot date.
There’s a reason drugstore shelves are piled high with deodorants. We’re all scared of smelling bad, and marketers know exactly how to push our (self-conscious) buttons.
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