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Deodorant is fine for arm pits, but how can you stop sweat and odor elsewhere? Enter Bálla Powder. Though targeted squarely at your nether regions, this talc-based formula works in your shoes, on your chest, on your hands, on the back of your neck, and so on. It’s all game when you're clamping down on chaffage.
It does what powder should do, but I'm not sure that powder is that great for the skin. Also, the scent is a bit strong.3
I never really get powdered up down there but I gave this a shot and it was a good experience.3
This was pretty effective in getting rid of perspiration.3
The powder works as it is supposed to. It's a nice scent, keeps the kids dry, etc.
But the packaging is brittle, and the plastic breaks. I was traveling this past weekend and had an entire dopp kit ruined by the cracking of the container. Not exactly what you want to see when you get to a hotel late on a Friday night.
If the packaging were a bit better, I would be a return purchaser. Until then. I'll stick with Gold Bond.
Cool concept that works and does what it says but you can probably find something more generic that isn't as expensive.3
I had the original formula from my box a few months ago, and liked it quite a bit. It smelled great. However, I do like a menthol kick to my nether regions (a la Gold Bond), so when I decided to snag a full canister I opted for the Tingle version. I'm a bit disappointed with it. I don't get any tingle from it at all. It does actually smell better than I expected for this version, but if I knew the Tingle wasn't actually going to tingle then I would've got the original formula.3
I use this as a deodorant in my shoes and it works pretty well. I am not sure how well this works for its intended purposed but I enjoy it as a foot powder.3
A more premium version of your typical Gold Bond-type powder is a terrific idea, and this powder seems to fit the bill (I tried it in my shoes and in my briefs) but if the full-size version is like the sample there's one major flaw - I found it really awkward to get the product out of the "shaker"-style bottle and always ended up getting powder everywhere! I could do without the jokey name as well, but that might just be me.3
I haven't used this as a deodorant or in my pants. I have found that it works well in my socks to keep my feet dry.3
I don't tend to get sweaty in areas where this would be appropriate. Nor do I really want this powder in most of these places. On the other hand, it does work quite well in shoes.3