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Yeah, that would be cool if there was a link to a poll, right?
I haven't done that, yet.
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Rebalancing pH levels of the skin under your arms helps/fixes a multitude of issues, and is just a good idea to do once or twice a year, anyway.
Things that rebalanced pH levels can fix: Underarmed not lasting all day for odor control, itchiness/irritation, skin getting darker, etc.
All right - let's move on to how to do it!
1. Mix 1/2 part apple cider vinegar with 1/2 part warm water
2. Apply under your arms and let dry for 15-30 minutes before washing it off.
Applying before getting in the shower is a great time.
This is usually effective for rebalancing your pH levels as quickly as 1-3 days (though for some people it can take longer).
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free sodium bicarbonate, organic avocado butter, organic castor oil, natural
mineral salt (magnesium sulfate), raw organic honey, organic sunflower oil, all
natural hydrogen peroxide, vitamin E.
only in lavender/eucalyptus:
essential oils of lavender, eucalyptus, and begaptene free bergamot.
Try applying on the inside of your wrist for a few days and see what happens. If there is no reaction, you can probably rule out allergy. This test doesn't always pick up on baking soda sensitivity, though.
The most likely cause for this is pH imbalance under the arms.
The good news is, there is a quick and easy solution!:
This is usually effective for rebalancing your pH levels as quickly as 1-3 days (though for some people it can take longer). You can continue Underarmed usage while you are rebalancing pH without any issues.
In the most persistent cases, adding calcium bentonite clay to the mix will work even better. When I mix these three, I like a peanut butter consistency for easy application, but using less for a more watery consistency should still work.
The worst cases I've heard of took about 2 to 3 weeks of this. Taking that long is quite uncommon.
The mixture should provide at least some immediate relief of the irritation or itchiness; and is usually is effective for rebalancing your pH levels as quickly as 1-3 days (though for some people it can take longer).
If this doesn't work, you may have sensitivity or allergy to an ingredient.
We pour each stick by hand in two stages. Sometimes the second stage doesn't end up melting together with the bottom stage. Please contact us and we'll take care of you.
This is due to a temperature exposure issue - most likely during transit before you ever received your stick. Please contact us and we'll take care of you. If your stick is like this, it could be very easy to apply too much and clog pores. Don't do that!
This is probably either clogged pores or ingrown hairs. If this is related to your Underarmed usage, it's probably due to over application (which may not be your fault).
What I mean by that is: Let me ask you about your Underarmed stick. Is it firm/semisolid? Or is it soft/greasy or perhaps even crumbly?
It *should* be firm/semisolid.
That should make it so that when you drag it lightly across your skin that a thin layer of invisible/clear oils come off that are immediately absorbed into the skin.
No visible product should be coming off and definitely not enough to stain clothing or to feel thick/sticky/greasy or anything like that, and definitely not enough to clog pores. Thicker than that, and there could be issues.
Occasionally a stick will be exposed to too much extreme heat for too long during transit, and then it gets soft/greasy.
If your stick is too soft/greasy, sometimes this can be fixed by putting it in the refrigerator for a few hours.
If that doesn't fix it, let me know if yours is like this and can't be brought back to firm/semisolid, we will replace your stick.
If your stick is crumbly, there is no coming back from that and we will, of course, replace!
This is quite uncommon; but the most likely cause is pH imbalance under the arms.
For most people this starts clearing up discoloration in as quickly as one day.
If it isn't working as quickly for you, you can also try dry brushing or using a loofah to expedite the process and get rid of any darkened skin cells.
If these solutions don't work, there are other causes for darkening skin that are completely unrelated to Underarmed or pH levels and should be investigated further.
Underarmed is a deodorant, not an antiperspirant. Having said that, it did end up helping to fix my sweat issues, and may help you as well.
Aluminum in antiperspirants works by causing the sweat glands to swell shut, and your body overproduces sweat to counteract that, so over time, you usually keep going to stronger and stronger antiperspirant, and your body keeps producing more and more sweat.
The same happened to me and I had worked myself up to clinical strength antiperspirant that I applied a couple of times a day... and I would still sweat frequently enough that I eventually only wore white or black shirts to hide the spots.
BUT -- the good news is, after stopping usage while I was creating Underarmed, my body started going back to normal, and now I can wear whatever color I want and sweat stains are practically never an issue anymore. Game changer for me.
The beeswax in Underarmed does provide a thin barrier to stop sweat, but it only does so while you're wearing it, which then allows your body to breath and not overproduce sweat; but the advantage of this is only experienced after your body stops overproducing sweat. For a lot of people this seems to happen fairly quickly.
Side note: While my body was fixing itself, I purchased some underarm shields, and even bought a couple of shirts with some of those sewn into the underarms to wear at the gym, and some to wear under my button up shirts, and that just blocked the sweat from coming through onto my shirts. Was a great transition thing for me and very well could be for you as well.
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Please contact me and I'll help you out. We can switch it out for another scent... whatever you want. Talk to you shortly!
Sorry to hear you don't like Underarmed. I still like you, anyway :)
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When you email me, would you please let me know what you don't like? We pay close attention so we can continually improve; and I can probably help you with whatever issue you are having.
I am here to help! That's why I put my email address on the back of every single stick we send out, and it says to contact me if you experience any issues and I will take care of you. I mean it and I hope to hear from you soon!