no matter the heat.
After I went through menopause, I could not control the horrendously bad odor wafting out from my armpits. Trying not to raise my arms or stand near people only worked when I was alone, lying on my sofa watching old movies. Antiperspirants didn't even work, something I had managed to avoid using for a few years, but thought needed a second look. Antiperspirants are not so good for my body, they clog up my armpit pores and make unsightly stains on white shirts. That is a whole other issue for another day. Anyway, I did some poking around on the Web and found mention of baking soda as a alternative to deodorant. I was thinking, baking soda comes in handy for so many things, why not, but then, I was like how do you get it to stay under your arms. After a little experimenting, I discovered that it doesn't require a lot of baking soda to quell that strong offensive smell. Just a hint will do.
Pour just a little in your hand,
I still perspire, but I don't stink to high heaven. It's economical, too, which is always a plus!!!
Quote of the Day: "Success is a great deodorant." Elizabeth Taylor