Let’s talk sweat.
Maybe you’re one of those lucky people that only sweats during an intense workout. Or maybe you’re like me, and in most life situations–appropriate or not–you sweat a little (a lot). And to save yourself from loads of embarrassment, you’ve got to have a good deodorant (and maybe some armpit pads).
Enter Meow Meow Tweet.
Now, if you’re going to lather your underarms in deodorant once (or twice) a day, it’d better be the best product out there, right? Since conventional deodorants can contain a bunch of unnecessary and harmful ingredients, I needed a deodorant that worked, but also that didn’t force toxins through my skin and into my body. So after somebody recommended Meow Meow Tweet, I decided to give them a shot.
First I tried their Lavender Baking Soda Free Deodorant Cream. It worked, it’s vegan, it smelled good, and it didn’t contain any toxins (almost all their ingredients are organic). But, being the lazy, good-for-nothing that I am, I wanted something easier to apply. So I ordered their Rose Geranium Baking Soda Free Deodorant Stick.
Pros and Cons
The deodorant stick applies smoothly, plus it masks any unwelcome odors with a flowery, pretty aroma (they also have it in the scent Cedar Spruce, if you don’t want to smell like a flower garden). And did I mention that almost all their ingredients are organic?
There’s only one problem I’ve found with this deodorant: over time it seems to build up on form-fitting clothes. This hasn’t been a problem for anyone else in my family, but just be aware that if you tend to wear snug tops like me, it might happen.
So my overall rating of this product would have to be four-and-a-half stars; I’d love to give it five, since it’s not harmful to your body and it does its job very well, but the residue on clothing drops it for me a little bit. As I mentioned before, nobody else has had a problem with it, so don’t be afraid to check it our for yourself!
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