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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's just powder...with an overly strong, cheap cologne scent. No, thanks. Gold Bond works just fine.2
not a bad product. I currently use one that I already like though.2
They used a hard plastic bottle, so the only way to apply is to have the bottle upside down, which isn't easy to do without making a mess. They should have used a soft squeezable bottle like baby powder or gold bond comes in. Other then that, the powder has a good smell and works well.2
i tried this on my "nether regions" as it said, and it only made it itch more. The scent is what does it. It's not a manly or masculine scent, it's like a cheap flowery cologne scent or something. Doesn't help on sensitive skin or "regions". Don't plan on wearing a cologne with this unless you're only applying it to your feet. It's a powerful smell2
I'd buy this as a gag gift for someone who just turned 50. Birchbox sent a mass email with usage suggestions for talcum powder, but even they were stumped and resorted to Maxim-style jokes.2
Nice idea.. but it is essentially Talc with fragrance added.. One could achieve this with considerably better results by simply using baby powder and cologne. An Even Better alternative is the "Fresh Balls" product.... and i would love to see that available through Bbox- as it goes on in a cream state and dries into a powder allowing for much better coverage and protection in this "high humidity area"2
works just as well as baby powder that i have tried, but is more expensive.2
This smells good. I'm hoping my husband will make a habit of putting some on!3
It's got a good scent, but at the end of the day, it's powder. Powder.3
Personally don't use talcum or body powder. I tried some on the plants of my feet before wearing boots and does help keep me from sweating. Also used some after my deodorant (once dried of course)3