Tag Archives : deodorant

Are you looking after your pits? The deodorant investigation


I mentioned a while back that I intended to test various “safe” deodorants, where the safe part means they are supposedly without substances that cause allergic problems, meddle with your hormones or contain aluminium (which is linked to dementia, and is also the real cause of those yellow armpits on your expensive white t-shirts). If you ever bother to google the ingredients…

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Editorial: Ongoing quiz and an unmissable video


Easing into the weekend with snow lightly falling outside, I’m pondering today’s deep issue. With there being snow of sufficient quantity and consistency outside, why the heck am I not outside building a snowman?   To celebrate three years of blogging I took two of my brothers on a trip into the woods. #norwegianwoods #woods #guysstandingonbenches #welldresseddad #dadstyle A post…

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Editorial: Autumn and armpits, an odorous life


It’s Friday, it’s the end of October, and even the most ardent fans of Summer will no doubt be aware that Autumn is in full effect. This is my favourite time of year for talking a walk in the woods. Not just the colours, but the sounds, the smells and the views. Good stuff. And it offers up some great…

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Editorial: Tweed jackets, snake serum and pit fumes


Another week into Autumn and I find the mornings are so quickly getting cold that I’ve already had to bring out the serious jackets. If the decline in temperature continues at this rate I’ll be all wooled up in the mountain parka by November and the expedition-grade down jacket by Xmas. A scary thought. Not only because it will be…

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Be cosmetically cautious


I am of the firm opinion that when it comes to cosmetics and grooming, men really have a very short list of products that are justifiable. Part of being a man is that you don’t spend a lot of time fussing, preening, primping, lotioning, peeling, foundationing, epilating or whatever. Isn’t it bad enough the our women feel compelled to do…

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