After years of using Secret (unscented, any type) I had an allergic reaction.
I tried Jason, the Aloe Vera was the only choice, and it was worked great.
I have since bought 2 more and will be sticking with it.
This works for me but I am not the kind of person to wear deodorant everyday because I don't feel that I need it. However, I wear it once in a while and I like to use a natural deodorant like this one. It has a nice fresh smell and just does it's job. The texture is a bit more sticky than your average commercial antiperspirant but it's ok for me. Sometimes during the winter, I use it everyday because you have to walk in your winter clothes and thats when I find I need it the most. Yup, I feel like a lady saying this. To me this is pretty expensive since it is twice the price of your average Lady speedstick for example, but I find it worth it. I think antiperspirant was one of the first product that had people concerned because of the potentially harmful ingredients it contained. Anyway, I like this and I would repurchase.
I break out in a very painful peeling rash with standard deodorants (even the cotton one) so I made a switch to JASON natural deodorants.
Yes they work, they do not keep you dry but they keep you from smelling like BO. You do have to reapply more frequently than standard deodorants but this does work quite well.
It has little to no smell and you have to b careful not to put too much on but I will continue to buy this.
I find the longer I use it, the less my sweat smells.
Loved it at first but I got horrible rashes under my arms from it after a while. I was hoping this was gentle enough for my super sensitive skin, but unfortunately it wasn't.
I have spent ages trying to find a natural aluminium deo that really works and this really does seem to be it. It seems to have a cumulative effect working better over time. I will def keep on using this product, it was worth the trial and error.
I have been trying several deodorants in an effort to move away from antiperspirants. Sweating is a natural function of our bodies and antiperspirants seem to contain loads of nasty chemicals. I'm not a heavy sweater (unless working out) so I really look for products that help get rid of odor. Some people are grossed out by a little wetness but it doesn't really bother me. I do find that I need to apply more product (as oppose to my antiperspirants where I could literally apply 2 swipes). This deodorant stick has a real herbal smell to it, its ok, I don't love it, its just ok. It contains cornstarch which helps absorb moisture. I actually apply Lush's Silky Underwear dusting powder, with a powder puff over the deodorant. It helps keep me dry and also I love the way it smells. If I am having a very active day, I will reapply the deodorant after about 8 hours. If I am going to be working out, hiking, playing tennis etc then I will apply right before. The only time I notice a faint BO smell is after strenuous physical activity. I do think your body adjusts over time to not using antiperspirants. When I first switched, by midday I had some underarm dampness, and now 2 months later that doesn't happen unless I've been quite active. I also like to alternate my natural deodorant's for variety of aroma and I just find them more effective that way. I feel better about using less toxic products on my body, I also no longer have white marks on dark clothing, or those yellowish stains on white tshirts! If you are considering ditching your antiperspirant, keep in mind there is some trial and error in finding the right one deodorant for you.