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RE: Baking Soda for deodorant?
(05-25-2011 10:43 PM)houston Wrote:  To bad it doesn't help with sweat like deodorant. That's the only reason I'm not using it.

What do you mean? Are you talking about baking soda or Thai stones now?

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(05-26-2011 03:17 PM)Moma Wrote:  
(05-25-2011 10:43 PM)houston Wrote:  To bad it doesn't help with sweat like deodorant. That's the only reason I'm not using it.

What do you mean? Are you talking about baking soda or Thai stones now?
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RE: Baking Soda for deodorant?
Guys, how does baking soda compare to talcum powder?
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Hmmm, what if your rolled on a run of the mill antiperspirant and then hit your pits with baking soda? Would you be the freshest motherfucker for miles?

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RE: Baking Soda for deodorant?
(05-27-2011 01:34 PM)kimleebj Wrote:  Guys, how does baking soda compare to talcum powder?

Baking soda is superior. I haven't touched talcum powder for a month now. My armpits get it, my balls get it, I even got one of my lizards to sniff my crotch and my pits and she was confused that she couldn't smell anything coming out from it.
Lo and behold, she is now a baking soda believer and uses it herself.

I wonder, does anyone know if it's dangerous to douse the punani in it? I might want to test out her mini (it used to smell a bit strong) but maybe arm and hammer will now address that.

Chocolatina, how does baking soda fare on your mini?

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I still don't fully understand why you guys don't roll with the Arm & Hammer Natural Deodorant. Word is: it's basically baking soda in the form of a stick.

   

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Why don't you just use deodorant

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RE: Baking Soda for deodorant?
(05-27-2011 02:38 PM)Tommy Wrote:  Why don't you just use deodorant

I would get some lumps in my armpits from deodorant. I haven't had a lump since. I think my skin was irritated from the effect.

Plus I can use the baking soda to brush my teeth, clean my bathroom skin and clean my stove tops all in one fell swoop. Balls, pits, teeth, stove and counter tops.

All in one box, for just 1.99.

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Aren't there any deodorants that don't irritate your skin? There should be...

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(05-27-2011 02:45 PM)Tommy Wrote:  Aren't there any deodorants that don't irritate your skin? There should be...

Yes, there are. Roosh pointed me towards a good one. It's called Arm and Hammer and it comes in powder form in the household section at Shoppers Drug Mart for 1.99 before taxes...

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First time i ever saw someone using baking soda for deodorant was in Thailand

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(05-27-2011 02:56 PM)Tommy Wrote:  First time i ever saw someone using baking soda for deodorant was in Thailand

Well to quote a great song, you ain't seen nothing yet ...

What country you grow up in? You from the burbs, dude? Just curious..

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(05-27-2011 01:50 PM)Chad Daring Wrote:  Hmmm, what if your rolled on a run of the mill antiperspirant and then hit your pits with baking soda? Would you be the freshest motherfucker for miles?
That's a good idea. Tried it yet?
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been using cornstarch baby powder for the crotch/ass region. works okay as far as i can tell. i guess ill give baking soda a try. so it stays on the skin all day? how much do you apply?
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(05-30-2011 08:14 PM)endobendo Wrote:  been using cornstarch baby powder for the crotch/ass region. works okay as far as i can tell. i guess ill give baking soda a try. so it stays on the skin all day? how much do you apply?

Start with half a tablespoon per armpit and increase by half a tablespoon if not potent enough.
I recommended for one of my sporty lizards who had issues with the funk and she is howling raving reviews about it. I might smear some on her puddy and see how that fares...

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It's funny how hesitant guys are to put a couple fingertips of baking soda in their pits for one day. They first need ten testimonials and additional verification that it works. They seek 100% success rate!

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Speaking of miracle products, I started using a terrific soap made from olive oil, called castile soap. The brand is Dr. Bronner's. It can be used as soap, shampoo, household cleaning fluid... even supposedly polishing leather. It's a little expensive, at ~$14 for 32 oz, but it can be diluted too.

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I used to wash my hair with shampoo, but then once I stopped for a few days, and my hair looked full and lush. Then I started using just a tiny drop of shampoo or nothing at all, to keep my hair feeling full. Now I use the castile soap, and it cleans the hair without making it thin and flat like modern shampoos do.

For some reason, the last two people to cut my hair were visibly annoyed by the thickness of my hair, and proceeded to manhandle me for it...

Seems like there's a lot of simple natural remedies that are just plain better than the mainstream choice. No stupid marketing, no chemicals, no excessive profits...
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Trying out:

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SD0301 Orange Lavender Organic Lotion - 8 oz. 1 $9.99 $9.99

Looking forward to getting the products in. Thanks for the suggestion!
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A little update on the baking soda. It works great, but if you use it in too strong a concentration it can be very irritating to the skin. It has a slight grit to it like sand which you will feel as soon as you put it on. And I've had a few times where it caused my skin to dry up, flake off and be raw and then anything I'd put there would sting like an open cut. I'm going to experiment with mixing it together with corn starch. Up till now I was just wiping it under my arms straight from the box.
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(07-01-2011 12:22 PM)speakeasy Wrote:  A little update on the baking soda. It works great, but if you use it in too strong a concentration it can be very irritating to the skin. It has a slight grit to it like sand which you will feel as soon as you put it on. And I've had a few times where it caused my skin to dry up, flake off and be raw and then anything I'd put there would sting like an open cut. I'm going to experiment with mixing it together with corn starch. Up till now I was just wiping it under my arms straight from the box.

Yea, you gotta mix it with cornstarch. I carried a box of cornstarch and baking soda to the very hot caribbean countries that I visited recently.
All day in 40 degree celsius weather and my armpits were as fresh as Metros.
Baking soda on its own was causing my armpits to feel raw and even worse when I was applying to my dyck, I was in agony (could barely push it inside a lizard).

So now I mix it with cornstarch and I am as right as rain.

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Been using baking soda as Exfoliant (just mix it with a cleanser) and it's amazing! I m also using it as a toothpaste from time to time and it does the job well...is there anything it can't do? it's like magic powder.
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(07-05-2011 10:33 AM)Moma Wrote:  
(07-01-2011 12:22 PM)speakeasy Wrote:  A little update on the baking soda. It works great, but if you use it in too strong a concentration it can be very irritating to the skin. It has a slight grit to it like sand which you will feel as soon as you put it on. And I've had a few times where it caused my skin to dry up, flake off and be raw and then anything I'd put there would sting like an open cut. I'm going to experiment with mixing it together with corn starch. Up till now I was just wiping it under my arms straight from the box.

Yea, you gotta mix it with cornstarch. I carried a box of cornstarch and baking soda to the very hot caribbean countries that I visited recently.
All day in 40 degree celsius weather and my armpits were as fresh as Metros.
Baking soda on its own was causing my armpits to feel raw and even worse when I was applying to my dyck, I was in agony (could barely push it inside a lizard).

So now I mix it with cornstarch and I am as right as rain.

Yes! This is exactly what I do. I didn't know there were other guys out there using a mix of baking soda and corn starch for deodorant. My friends think I am fucking nuts, but it works so well. Absolutely have to mix the baking soda with corn starch otherwise the irritation is unbearable.
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Only thing I don't like about it is that when I start to sweat, it gives my pits this weird doughey smell. It's not as bad as armpit funk, but I don't like this new smell either.Anyone experience this?
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