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My deodorant makes me smell weird, why?

After I apply deodorant it leaves a funky smell on my shirt, but if I don't have deodorant on before I smell fine. I apply deodorant so I won't start smelling bad, but then I start smelling weird because of the deodorant. I haven't aways had this problem, it's weird and it makes me insecure. I have also tried many deodorants but they do the same, is it just me or what? what do you guys think?

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Not only are you a very special person, you also have a very unique personal body chemistry and a metabolism that is peculiarly yours. Deodorants are nasty offensive chemicals to be putting on your precious skin at the best of times, but in your system, your perspiration is altering the chemistry of the perfumes being used. The simple answer is to change your deodorant. The SENSIBLE answer is to change your dietary and hygienic patterns so that deodorants are not necessary. Seriously, they are DREADFUL things to be putting on your precious skin.... The best, simple, unperfumed deodorant is a large lump of Alum crystal. Rub this on and you get good antiperspirant response, but no perfume to mess up your body chemistry. Alum is potassium aluminium sulphate and it is a naturally occurring salt that is wonderfully astringent. Safe, effective, non-toxic....

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Cuz you've got stinking deodorant . . .

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oh really? but all the deodorants i've tried to do that,
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Hmmm, maybe you have some kind of counter to the doedorant that reacts with it and makes you stink . . . weird . . .
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maybe mmm, I hate it so much,
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Ahhh well . . . hope it goes away.
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thanks, hopefully!
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Umm use lotion instead

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does that work?
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