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    at the moment I a uing Nivea dry impact for men. but change it fromtm to time

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    What's a good stick that lacks aluminum? I recently tried purchasing a Crystal. Will try it out.

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    Recently switched to Clinique Anti-Perspirant Stick, lasts around 12 hours and has a neutral smell so it won't cover the smell of your aftershave.

    Bit pricey at 13 but it will last you ages. I use mine every day and have had is since May, still got plenty of life left in it.

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    didn't know that Degree men is the leading deodorant brand... • Leading U.S. deodorant brands in 2013 | Statistic These guys are making a whole lot of money

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    I usually go with Nivea anti-white marks one.

    It's a bit naff for summer; I think I might well look into changing, and I'm not a particularly sweaty person.
    @eph89

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    Dove, though it's not that great for avoiding white marks. Normally I have to leave it a good half hour before putting a t-shirt on, which is fine now, but less so in Winter. I vary between this and Vaseline, which is as good as anything I've used.

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    I've been using Triple Dry for the last couple of weeks. Love it so far. It has completely stopped yellow marks and is completely odourless so doesn't interfere with my aftershave.

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    I've been using the Dove stick as I've stopped using aerosol anti-perspirants, but it leaves marks on t-shirts and the smell's not totally perfect. What's a good stick to use - happy with it being a bit pricier and non-supermarket/Boots. Something that has a nice all-day smell and won't leave marks.

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    I usually go with any Arm and Hammer and prefer solid stick, gel ones make me feel like I am pitting out all day and hate it.

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    I used to use Oldspice. Can't really go wrong there, other than they might stain your clothes if you're not careful. If you're worried about staining then...

    Don't wear deodorant. It's not necessary. I only wear it in emergencies - like I haven't showered in a day, was supposed to today but can't, slap on some deodorant.

    I've gone two days without showering at one point, played soccer one of those days, came home and had my roommate smell my pit with nothing there.

    Just a thought.

    Jake.

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