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Sounds like a splendid experience!
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They're normally open until very late too so you don't need to leave work early or spend valuable Saturday morning time having your barnet sorted. Good call 00.
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I bought these deodorants a few months ago, they are actually marketed towards women but im not at all keen on 'manly' smells, who ever decided men should smell of things like musk, spice or cedar i have no idea.
The pHresh is a little too sugary sweet for me, I wouldn't buy it again. The Alva coconut/lime is very nice indeed (its more on the limey side than coconut) and the Weleda is just superb, the lemon fragrance is fresh and actually smells like freshly squeezed lemons rather than some artificial lemon chemicals and it lasts for ages.
Im not a particularly smelly dude so i can't vouch for their dedorising ability, unless of course ive been camping for a week without a wash or a change of clothes.

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We passed this hilarious barbers shop today on the way to Sherwood Forest, i think the village was called Edwinstowe.


Who the heck do they think this appeals to? surly no hipster worth his weight in beard oil would be seen dead frequenting such a joint Ermm

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Ive been using Schmidt's deodorants recently (not had chance to try the charcoal just yet) according to the blurb they work with our skin microbiome rather than against it and protect our flora but mainly they smell delightful.


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I've been waiting for ages to find out what you smell like, Double 0.
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I mainly smell of wood and despair... with a faint afternote of bergamot and lime.
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Double O I’ll have to check that out. I have horrible reactions to most conventional deodorants not sure what irritates my skin, but I’ve found a natural brand called Herban Cowboy that works for me and my skin. I like their forest scent. Smells like tree pitch and pine.
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^Herban Cowboy.

I had to read that twice
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Originally posted by shredwin_206 shredwin_206 wrote:

Double O I’ll have to check that out. I have horrible reactions to most conventional deodorants not sure what irritates my skin, but I’ve found a natural brand called Herban Cowboy that works for me and my skin. I like their forest scent. Smells like tree pitch and pine.
-Edwin


Like rubbing a Forest Fresh 'Magic Tree' car freshener under your armpits? Oh come on we've all done it.

Here's the ingredients shred, i think its still made in Oregon.


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