Good deodorant pls

(25 Posts)
Lemonades Sun 13-Jun-21 23:27:08

Since having children my body is not how it used to be. I sweat ALOT, have been wearing natural fabrics still have sweat patches...

I am size 8 with standard BMI for reference. Help!

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Elouera Sun 13-Jun-21 23:30:21

I've used mitchum for years. I've seen others with sweating issues recommend driclor. If its more serious like hyperhydrosis, botox can help.

MrsPelligrinoPetrichor Sun 13-Jun-21 23:41:55

I like Sure cotton touch stick. Mitchum used to be amazing 30 years ago but the formula has changed and does absolutely nothing for me these days. Very odd.

Blankscreen Sun 13-Jun-21 23:48:28

I use the sure roll on in a turquoise container

In the summer driclor

MsIreneWinters Mon 14-Jun-21 00:01:29

I like the Dove solid deodorant. I used sanex for years but it suddenly stopped working- the Dove one has been pretty reliable so far.

tolerable Mon 14-Jun-21 01:30:35

mitchum gives me an actual headache. sure 24 hour stuck.gamechanfer.the womans version.

Loocheeyar Mon 14-Jun-21 01:36:35

Life changing !


SarahBellam Mon 14-Jun-21 05:05:50

I use this - begin using it since January and it’s still going strong. The trick is to put it on while your armpits are still wet, but I’ve found it to be brilliant.

Natural Deodorant Crystal Classic by Salt of the Earth, Unscented, Fragrance Free, - Vegan, Long Lasting Protection, Leaping Bunny Approved - 90g

Roselilly36 Mon 14-Jun-21 07:02:13

The best I have found is Dove maximum protection (one in the box) usually around £2.99 in Savers, dearer in Boots/Superdrug around £4.99. It really works. Doesn’t have a strong fragrance. I know a lot of people like Mitchum, I just can’t get on with it, it makes me really sore and itchy.

Girlintheframe Mon 14-Jun-21 07:03:57

I like mitchum but when my body was going through hormonal changes and I was sweating buckets I started using Driclor. It's very effective

uncomfortablydumb53 Mon 14-Jun-21 14:23:16

My DS has hyperhidrosis and uses Perspirex. It's expensive but only used 2/3 times weekly overnight

ZaraW Mon 14-Jun-21 15:29:16

Toms of Maine have been using it for years.

DarlingCoffee Mon 14-Jun-21 15:46:33

I’ve just started using Akt London. Really recommend.

GlamGiraffe Mon 14-Jun-21 15:47:00

Mitchum gel stick

TTCat39 Mon 14-Jun-21 15:58:35

Another vote for Mitchum, although I do have a couple of qualms -
The roll on gives me a rash if I use it for more than about 6 months. I have to use something else and go back to it. The something else is usually their solid stick, which is great except for the fact that you get next to bugger all product in the packaging. Honestly it should be a crime to transport that much air in oversized containers. There's literally half an inch of deodorant in it, and it's pricier than other deo's.

TimeFlying Mon 14-Jun-21 16:02:35

Dove is the one deodorant that makes me smell! Must be their particular combo of chemicals.

Rina66 Mon 14-Jun-21 17:45:33

Sure Women Invisible stick for me, it's the only one that I've found works. It makes all sorts of claims, keeps black clothes black, white clothes white, works harder the more you move, 48 hour protection (not put that to the test as I shower and use it daily!)

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trunumber Mon 14-Jun-21 20:03:38

The natural deodorant company -if you struggle with smell. I stink since pregnancy but don't smell a bit with this

Flambola Mon 14-Jun-21 20:40:23

Perspirex is great.

Karmagoat Fri 18-Jun-21 14:06:18

Mitchum roll on

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 18-Jun-21 15:32:00

Triple dry?

Daisypaisy Fri 18-Jun-21 17:28:27

I use the Dove stick then a little burst of the dove spray on top. Seems to be ok.

I’ve seen an ad for the we are wild natural deodorant which has rave reviews. Might be worth a try although not sure about not having the antiperspirant property?

Salanda Fri 18-Jun-21 17:31:54

Perspirex - just a couple of times a week means no swearing. I tried Driclor but found it really irritated my skin.

Bananaman123 Fri 18-Jun-21 19:38:12

perspirex works but god it itches. Triple dry from boots is my saviour.

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