Raise your hand if your armpits used to smell like Teen Spirit! My scent was Romantic Rose. As a grown woman, I am wondering how they specifically made deodorant just for teens’ bodies? What a pile of crap. We totally bought into the advertising scam. But we smelled great while doing so. [I'm Remembering] Keep reading »
It’s not enough for our armpits to smell
lovely, now they must also look
lovely? Sadly, data says that 93 percent of women think they’re armpits are fugs. Preying on our armpit insecurity, the deodorant companies are about to inundate us with products that will improve the appearance of our pits in just days and give us the confidence we need to wear tank tops this spring. I didn’t know I was supposed to hate my armpits. I’ve always felt just ducky about mine. Thank you, armpit industry, for inducing unnecessary bodily shame. I shall make sure my armpits look up to par before exposing them in public. [WSJ
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Some scientists believe there’s a link between breast cancer and aluminum — which is one of the main ingredients in most antiperspirants. Enter Duross & Langel’s line of all-natural, aluminum-free deodorants. They are effective and both earth- and health-conscious. I’ve been making the trek to the company’s Philadelphia store for my balms and unguents, but I’ve just discovered they sell online too! I love their deodorant–it smells great, is all-natural and really works.
While there’s no proof that antiperspirant causes cancer, there’s enough hype over the suggestion that it’s legit to be concerned about the health issues associated with deodorant. For those looking to go the all-natural route, we’ve discovered that some are using a surprising product to get the job done—coconut oil. Apparently, there’s a whole contingent of coconut oil fanatics who do what’s called the Coconut Oil Diet. (Makes us ill just thinking about what that might entail). But followers also rave about the product’s other applications when it comes to beauty benefits. Keep reading »
Fancy carrying around deodorant perfectly sized for your pocket? Then get a load of Deodorettes, adorable mini-tubes of sweat protection.
We’re just wondering if products like this are just a bit too sneaky. It’s basically a fool-proof formula to seduce women: Take non-conventional item, make it teeny, add fun graphics. And then what—do you actually use it? Or just look at it and gush, Ohmigodthatstoocute. What do you think—silly or super? [NOTCOT] Keep reading »
“It never fails: I’m rushing to get ready and get out the door in the morning and I end up getting deodorant stains all over my shirt or dress. Do you guys have any tips for getting the marks out or just preventing them altogether? I realize I could put my anti-perspirant on after I get dressed but sometimes I forget and with certain cuts you really have to put it on first ya know? Any suggestions would be much appreciated.”–Jillian
Hey Jillian, we seriously identify with your dilemma, as we just had a dry cleaner tell us they couldn’t get deo stains off our favorite navy blue silk shirt. Here’s how to get rid of them and how to never get them again! Keep reading »