How to get the most out of your natural deodorant experience
How to Get the Most out of Your Natural Deodorant Experience
While there’s no right or wrong way to use your natural deodorant, there certainly is a best way.
In this article we’re going to have a look at some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your natural deodorant. Through these recommendations, you’ll be able to confidently leave the house knowing your natural deodorant is working its magic and you can even bask in the joy over your healthy and safe life choices.
Start With a Deep Clean
One of the surest ways to get the most out of your natural deodorant is to start fresh. That means working a real lather on your underarms before applying your deodorant. Ideally you would shower in the morning before your starting your productive day, so your armpits are ready to receive Play Pits’ goodness.
Your very best option is scrubbing your underarms with PlayPits Detox Soap Bar whose activated charcoal will lift up and remove any stinky bacteria from your armpit. This way, when you apply your deodorant, you’re really starting with a fresh slate.
Apply Your Deodorant
Back in the day, when you used to use commercial deodorants you probably just sprayed or rolled on your deodorant and were out the door. Play Pit’s deodorant wants you to really get the most of all the natural ingredients in each deodorant bar. The very best way to use our natural deodorant is to roll on your favorite PlayPit’s scent and to then massage its goodness into your armpits. This way your armpits are extra clean and none of it ends up on your shirt.
Re-apply When Out and About and Needed
We all need to reapply our deodorant every now and then, especially those of us living very active lifestyles, or when our hormones are overactive. As we mentioned above, it’s best to reapply to clean armpits. If it’s possible, clean your armpits and pat them down with a paper towel, then reapply. If there’s no sink around and no way you can pull off such a maneuver, then just reapply your deodorant as needed. You’re definitely better off safe than sorry!