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View Poll Results: Do You Use Deodorant?

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  • NO, I don't

    7 15.22%
  • YES, I do.

    38 82.61%
  • Paminsan-minsan

    1 2.17%
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  1. Join Date
    Nov 2002
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    #71
    sometimes i use master or rexona if ill be wearing white shirt para kung sakaling pawisan walang marks, pero seldom lang ako gumamit ng anti perspirant, usually when i go out bagong ligo naman ako, and naka tsikot naman

  2. Join Date
    May 2006
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    #72
    Quote Originally Posted by russpogi View Post
    Actually, there are two kinds of underarm protection available:
    1. anti-perspirant/deodorant
    2. deodorant
    The anti-perspirant/deodorant is a combination of two: anti-perpirant which prevents the underarms for emiting sweat and the deodorant which is responsible for killing the germs that causes bad odor. So since sweat is prevented from coming out from the armpit, where do the sweat that's suppost to get out go? Check your shirt. The sweat is diverted to be expelled through the back.

    The deodorant as mentioned earlier, just kills the germs that causes the bad odor and still allows perspiration in the underarm.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong. I just recalled everything from memory from what I've read a few years back, thus making me switch to deodorants instead of the anti-prespirant/deodorant.

    To answer the thread, I use Forever Living Aloe Deodorant. Mejo mahal pero it serves its purpose naman. I only use it if I'm going out but not when I'm just at home or before bedtime.
    Brod parehas tayo Forever Living Aloe Shield Deodorant gamit ko..matipid sya prang Candle stick mga 3-4 moths nagtatagal araw araw pa gamit ko..ska nakakaputi pa ng kilikili..alam ko din medyo natural ang composition nito kya iwas sa hard chemicals..kya khit everyday walang problem.

  3. Join Date
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    #73
    Quote Originally Posted by bilog View Post
    tawas nga daw ang da best... pag may singaw ka pwede din gamitin.
    pano yun? pagkapahid ng tawas sa kilikili, sabay pahid sa gilagid?

    ako tawas, cheapest and very effective. yung alum rock gamit ko, ayaw ko yung powder, masakit sa leki-leki...parang buhangin. medyo matalas lang pag bago pero kikinis din yung bato pag nagamit na ng matagal ;)
    then lately, after tawas, roll-on pa, at pag merong meeting sa labas, body spray kung available...otherwise alcohol hehehe... ethanol better smelling than isopropyl. yung mga body sprays, alcohol lang din naman yun na merong scent oils.

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    Mar 2006
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    #74
    Yes i do! para kasing nde ako mapakali pag nde ako ng deodorant! un na routin ko eh pag tapos ligo deo kagad!

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    Oct 2002
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    #75
    pag umaalis syempre naka deo. pag dito lang sa bahay or pumupunta ng gym kahit wala na deo ayus lang. pwede rin naman mag shower sa gym, so amoy baby pa rin!

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    #76
    Quote Originally Posted by Puchok View Post
    Brod parehas tayo Forever Living Aloe Shield Deodorant gamit ko..matipid sya prang Candle stick mga 3-4 moths nagtatagal araw araw pa gamit ko..ska nakakaputi pa ng kilikili..alam ko din medyo natural ang composition nito kya iwas sa hard chemicals..kya khit everyday walang problem.
    Oh well, that's what the label says! hehehe! Marketing ploy! Hahaha!!

    Seriously, I like it kse nabawasan yung pangingitim ng armpits ko and I smell fresher. I used Rexona, Old Spice High Endurance and Gillette before. Hindi ako masaya sa performance nilang lahat.

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    #77
    Quote Originally Posted by KoKoNAT View Post
    Ok sa pag resurrect ng old thread ah...

    And yes, like most Pinoys, I bathe regularly and use a deodorant/anti-perspirant + cologne/perfume. Believe me, you'll appreciate the use of deodorants more and wish a lot more people around the world use it, after riding a train full of Indians.
    ....or anywhere in the Middle East (including Turkey and Egypt) where it's part of the culture not to use deodorants. Smelling armpit odor and cologne together is an interesting experience. The bad thing is, there's an "insult law". So I can't cover my nose or else I might get accused of insulting the locals and go to jail. But, you get used to the odor after a while.

    What I can't stomach is "alipunga". I remember as a HS sophomore in the Philippines when I had a bad case of alipunga during a rainy Boy Scout camping trip. When I took off my soggy shoes, the odor actually made one of my tentmates throw up. Soaking my feet in a pail of water and Tide had no effect. So, my tentmates made me sleep inside the tent with my feet sticking outside in the rain.

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    #78
    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    My uncle works at Unilever-PRC [makers or Rexona]

    *Yes, pwedeng hindi mo maamoy ang BO mo [ma-immune ika nga]
    *A large percentage of people develop BO starting from their adolescent years. Pero magugulat ka, merong hindi.
    *No, deodorant will not cause BO and hence dependence on deodorants.

    May kilala kong pamilyang hindi naman gumagamit ng deodorant. Ala naman akong naamoy na hindi kanais nais.
    Isa na ako dun. My wife tells me I don't smell, maski sobrang pawis.

  9. Join Date
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    #79
    i don't like those deo sticks. pag dumikit sa shirt naninigas yung armpit part ng shirt. yung mga roll on malagkit din and it doesnt do a good job in minimizing perspiration

    lately i've been using Nivea antiperspirant/deo spray not the roll on types. ok yun effective talaga in keeping you dry.

  10. Join Date
    May 2004
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    #80
    i don't like those deo sticks. pag dumikit sa shirt naninigas yung armpit part ng shirt. yung mga roll on malagkit din and it doesnt do a good job in minimizing perspiration

    same here sir, dati mga sticks gamit ko kaya mga shirts ko namumuti rin sa armpit......

    i've changed to rexona iyun lotion na nasa sachet (everyday use)

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