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Crystal Body Deodorant review part 1
posted by Colleen Shirazi 2008-09-02 at 12:01 AM (Pacific)

crystal body deodorant

Forgot to mention, I'm trying this out too ($6.99 at my local health food store).

Normally I'm way too nervous to contemplate rubbing a plain old stick o' crystal under my arms and leaving it at that. Yet the (several) people I've known who have tried this, smell pretty darn good at the end of the day.

It's gorgeous today, in the manner the San Francisco East Bay is supposed to be, and wasn't, the better part of summer. So, it's hot. Dry heat, mind you, and nothing excessive. Still, if this thing didn't work, I would know by now. It seems to work even better than my conventional Right Guard Xtreme Sport solid.

If this crystal can stand up to a long day of stress at work, and not leave yellow marks on white shirts, I'll already be sold. But--cheapskate alert--they say it lasts for years.


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