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You May Already Own the Best Natural Deodorant

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The Best Natural Deodorant Is Acid
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These days, everyone seems to be on the hunt for a natural deodorant that doesn’t suck. The problem is that so many natural deodorants — even the ones from supposedly great brands like Schmidt’s and Lavanila — don’t manage to control body odor all day. They can also be thick and greasy, weirdly scented, make one’s skin feel wildly irritated, and even result in additional skin pigmentation from ingredients like baking soda. A lot of people hoping to switch to a natural deodorant are so frustrated by their options that they either spend a ton in search of The One or give up and go back to a traditional deodorant/antiperspirant.

But the best natural deodorant may very well be in your skincare stash right now: an acid meant for your face. The discovery that acid makes a fantastic deodorant came about when some gnarly ingrown hairs made me apply facial acids to my pits in the hopes that I could unclog pores and exfoliate away hyperpigmentation from past underwire-enabled cysts. Only after using acid for a few weeks did I notice that I no longer had any body odor emanating from that area.

I should be more clear about what I mean — I no longer had body odor even 24 hours after my last acid application, despite cartoon flies otherwise circling my head due to a general funk.

Before realizing that acid was the cause of my perpetual freshness, I got kind of full of myself and I thought that maybe I just no longer smelled, as if you reach a certain age and level of wisdom and your body decides to grant you the power of always smelling neutral. Yeah, that turned out to be absolutely not true.

For me, acid makes a better deodorant than stick deodorant itself, whether it’s a natural one or traditional. It doesn’t smear on clothes and bras, it doesn’t result in a hot deodorant fragrance wafting around every time I flap my arms, and it doesn’t clog my pores. Tracy E. Robey, contributing writer

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These Beaded Bags Are Fun as Hell
Susan Alexandra beaded bags

“It” bags are practically synonymous with status and exclusivity. ChanelGucciJW Anderson: They're expensive, generally uniform in style, and, after a while, boring. So it came as a big (pleasant) surprise to see the streets of New York Fashion Week filled with Susan Alexandra’s colorful, quirky beaded bags. They’re far from the norm because they’re a much more unstuffy option, and I imagine that’s why so many people wanted them.

Alexandra founded her namesake jewelry line in 2014, but the new bags are well on their way to stealing the spotlight — probably because they instantly make you think of good, happy things like camp-made friendship braceletsbouquets, and fresh fruit. (You know, the best stuff.)

Each bag is made locally in New York’s Chinatown out of more than 300 beads; they’re fun and sparkly and sturdy, and they were just what I needed to see running back and forth from shows in the rain last week. Tanisha Pina, market editor

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