Now I'm really curious! What could there possibly be in yours that's not in Dial? The unsaponifiables, maybe.I forgot to mention even my unfragranced uncolored soap bothers my sensitive areas and these are completely aged soaps. I even feel like a traitor when I use my :evil: dial bar. But one has to do what one has to do
I was just trying to be funny since he said that he's using it until his new batch finished curing. But you are 100% absolutely right, not everyone can use handmade soap...I feel horrible when I forget to take some handmade soap with me on trips...even though some of the people have nice scented body washes that I used to love...like the Soap Police are going to come get me or something!I even feel like a traitor when I use my :evil: dial bar. But one has to do what one has to do
But you still haven't given us the info on what's in that antiperspirant.Great debate you'll have going on, thanks for this great info.
So, if I have the sequence of events right, you wash, rinse, and dry your armpits, and then they immediately feel sticky, and then you apply antiperspirant and they immediately stop feeling sticky?Correct, the stickiness was ONLY under the underarms, not on other parts of the body nor at other creases of the body. And like Lindy said, the stickiness must have stopped because of the reapplied antiperspirant.
The text is too small on the container. The only ingredients I found on the web was from Amazon.But you still haven't given us the info on what's in that antiperspirant.
I'm sorry, I can't try this. I have OCD, this is why I don't put antiperspirant on at night. I don't want the antiperspirant to get in my bed when I sleep. I put the antiperspirant on in the morning.Could you try something else? Tonight instead of using either Lever 2000 or goat milk soap, try using no soap on your armpits at all, and do everything else the same. Also try rubbing the antiperspirant into each soap and feeling the product.
Ha! Too funny. I'm the same way. Have to put it on in the morning.I'm sorry, I can't try this. I have OCD, this is why I don't put antiperspirant on at night. I don't want the antiperspirant to get in my bed when I sleep. I put the antiperspirant on in the morning.