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    whats a good mens antiperspirant/deodorant that doesn't stain shirts? (srs)

    I've been using crystal body deodorant stick unscented that doesn't contain aluminum. I'm not sure if this is strong enough though. Has anyone used Certain Dri? Mitchum? I want something unscented so I can wear cologne and doesn't leave residue or stains on white shirts. Thanks
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    I use Tom's deodorant, it is a natural product either found in the personal care or the organic section. If you have a Trader Joe's around you, you can probably find it there too. It looks like this:


    They have the aluminum and aluminum free products and I tend to use all natural, unscented aluminum free. Here is a little tid bit they have on their site on what they use instead:
    http://www.tomsofmaine.com/research/not-in-our-products


    Aluminum and Aluminum-free

    Aluminum containing ingredients are required by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to deliver wetness protection in an underarm product. The FDA recognizes 18 different aluminum containing ingredients to help deliver wetness protection. Tom's uses aluminum chlorohydrate.

    Though not an FDA wetness protection ingredient, another aluminum-containing ingredient found in many deodorant products is potassium alum. Potassium alum, is the odor protection ingredient used in many deodorant crystal products like our Natural Confidence roll-on. Although these products do not offer wetness protection, they do use an aluminum containing ingredient to help provide odor protection.

    Consumers who do not wish to use an aluminum containing underarm product may choose from our extensive line of aluminum-free deodorants, which inhibit odor-causing bacteria using hops. These deodorants are some of our most popular products today. We feel it is important to offer individuals a choice of both wetness and odor protection benefits.
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    I use the deodorant that you can buy at a pharmacy, it's some really strong chit, you only have to use it every 2-3 days, and you don't sweat AT ALL. No smell, no moisture, no stains, it's pretty awesome.
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    Originally Posted by MyWarriorSpirit View Post
    I use Tom's deodorant, it is a natural product either found in the personal care or the organic section. If you have a Trader Joe's around you, you can probably find it there too. It looks like this:


    They have the aluminum and aluminum free products and I tend to use all natural, unscented aluminum free. Here is a little tid bit they have on their site on what they use instead:
    http://www.tomsofmaine.com/research/not-in-our-products


    Aluminum and Aluminum-free

    Aluminum containing ingredients are required by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to deliver wetness protection in an underarm product. The FDA recognizes 18 different aluminum containing ingredients to help deliver wetness protection. Tom's uses aluminum chlorohydrate.

    Though not an FDA wetness protection ingredient, another aluminum-containing ingredient found in many deodorant products is potassium alum. Potassium alum, is the odor protection ingredient used in many deodorant crystal products like our Natural Confidence roll-on. Although these products do not offer wetness protection, they do use an aluminum containing ingredient to help provide odor protection.

    Consumers who do not wish to use an aluminum containing underarm product may choose from our extensive line of aluminum-free deodorants, which inhibit odor-causing bacteria using hops. These deodorants are some of our most popular products today. We feel it is important to offer individuals a choice of both wetness and odor protection benefits.
    does this leave any white stains or yellow stains on shirts?
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    Originally Posted by Bartmasta View Post
    I use the deodorant that you can buy at a pharmacy, it's some really strong chit, you only have to use it every 2-3 days, and you don't sweat AT ALL. No smell, no moisture, no stains, it's pretty awesome.
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    I use Red Spice and have never had a problem.
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    old spice fukkin up my work shirts lol
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    Originally Posted by tryout44 View Post
    isn't that for women?
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    but seriously, Old Spice is pretty good.
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    haha, whats the type that you use? also does it last all day? and does it leave white residue or yellow stains on shirts??

























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    Originally Posted by SPARTAAAAA View Post
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    would recommend deodorant powder, not antipersipirant

    Originally Posted by tryout44 View Post
    I've been using crystal body deodorant stick unscented that doesn't contain aluminum. I'm not sure if this is strong enough though. Has anyone used Certain Dri? Mitchum? I want something unscented so I can wear cologne and doesn't leave residue or stains on white shirts. Thanks

    hi, i'd recommend deodorant powder but not antiperspirant. i believe UARMSOL deodorant powder is one of the best out there. I'm using it now and there's no chemicals, oil or scents. The deodorant doesn't mask odour either and it works great there's no armpit odours even after I sweat from exercises.
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    Originally Posted by tryout44 View Post
    I've been using crystal body deodorant stick unscented that doesn't contain aluminum. I'm not sure if this is strong enough though. Has anyone used Certain Dri? Mitchum? I want something unscented so I can wear cologne and doesn't leave residue or stains on white shirts. Thanks
    I personally feel embarssed of the smell; I was suggested perspirex antiperspirant("athleticcleaner.com/perspirex") by my friend.. I have been using it from past 6 weeks and I have found it really helpful in avoiding sweat and odor.
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    Originally Posted by tryout44 View Post
    I've been using crystal body deodorant stick unscented that doesn't contain aluminum. I'm not sure if this is strong enough though. Has anyone used Certain Dri? Mitchum? I want something unscented so I can wear cologne and doesn't leave residue or stains on white shirts. Thanks

    My sister sweat a lot in summer.No matter what deodrant she uses but still she sweats profusley and smell really bad. She came across Perspirex antiperspirant deodorant("athleticcleaner.com/perspirex") and has been using from a couple of weeks.. Perspirex deodorant is clinically proven perfume-free and non-staining formulation.
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