That was my reaction when I first read the email sent to me by the company. A soap specially for my armpits? I wasn't aware of the fact that they were so dirty and unclean from just using regular body soap. I wasn't sure if this was some spam thing or not, so I clicked on thier link and I googled it and it turns out that other people have been sent the product for review. So, lets review.
What They Say: Clarsskin Underarm Cleanser is a specialized underarm cleanser designed to gently and efficiently remove all traces of antiperspirant deoderant residue. The first product to define the true meaning of clean.
What I say: Lets get down to the nitty gritty shits. First off, my initial impression is WHAT THE FUCK. I mean I honestly wasn't aware that my armpits were coated with some residue of deoderant. I mean, they are clean after I get out of the shower. Do people actually have residue from deoderant? Like does it clog up your razor? Because it doesn't for me... Maybe the conditioner I use does but I just wash it out. If it makes any difference, I use a gel, roll on deoderant from Ban. It could be different if you use a stick one right?
- Smell- It smells like...*sniff sniff*... lemoney. Almost like Lucky Charms. No, your armpits don't smell like lucky charms when you get out of the shower. There is an unscented version if you want that.
- Bottle Design- I like the design actually. I like how it can sit on its cap. When you open it, you see that it has this rubbery thingie with an x shaped slit that sits over the hole. It prevents everything from just spilling everywhere. Yay!
- Price- It is 14.95 for 4 oz and you can buy it on thier website (just click the title and you will be linked there but just in case that doesn't work, its http://www.clarsskin.com/)
- Usage- It says that you can also use it as a shaving cream. It works because its like using soap for a shaving cream. Usually I use conditioner, but this works just as well. As for the cleanness of my armpits... I feel like I just used a basic soap you know? I don't feel "fresher" or "cleaner" in any way. Perhaps it could be that I don't use a stick or that I don't use enough deoderant? I would imagine this to be better for people who apply deoderant like 10 times a day or who like slather it on like butter.
Recommended for: People who slather on deoderant like its nobody's business, people who apply deoderant like 10 times a day, people who get deoderant stains on clothing, people who like to be super clean.