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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.
This stuff is nice. Smells good, cool packaging, etc., but the price is crazy. I use a different brand of powder that's readily available at the drug store, and I could buy 3 or 4 of them for the cost of one container of this stuff. Again, it's a good product, but it's kind of an unnecessary luxury in my book.3
This works as it should and smells fine. I don't see much difference though over the readily available brands at walgreens3
It's an O.K. powder. It smells nice. I don't really use powders. It's making me write at least 50 characters, so blah blah blah blah3
I've never used a powder like this. I liked the fresh smell and it kept me dry.3
Not sure I felt much of a difference also tried to use it as a deodorant substitute but wasn't very effective could be poor execution on my part3
This feels like a secret level-up of man grooming. It's a nice product; I feel like I now understand why it is people use talcum powder. Fresh and clean at the gym!3
I've never used a powder before. Honestly I find it to be messy without many benefits. Maybe I'm using it wrong. It was fun to try but probably won't be trying it again at least for awhile.3
It's an alright scent and maybe you get a little tingle but its just glorified baby powder, which you can buy for $2 at the store....also it just doesn't really have a purpose3
Not sure I will get much use out of this winter, might have to wait until summer when it's hotter out.3
I really like this product. It's cooling and stimulating while effective at reducing friction, absorbing moisture and reducing unwanted smell. Unfortunately, Goldbond is still just as effective. I won't be buying such fancy body powder.3