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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.
Clean scent and great absorption, perfect for summer months.5
Great for preventing my balls sticking to my thigh.5
Great for those sticky days when you get uncomfortable down there5
My husband uses these before his hockey games and really likes it. He used to use a cheap off brand talc powder but he says this feels more high quality.5
This is one of my new favorite deodorants ever. I've never really used powder before but when I tried this on it was pretty awesome! I would definitely recommend this5
I purchased this product twice now, first time just from reading the reviews.
I'm amazed how well it works! Talc is ultra fine and goes on well - Much better than a powder. Smells great too (not overbearing)! GF likes the scent too! The "boys" never felt so comfortable. Thank you for making a quality product.
The powder worked great. A small amount prevented the normal wear during a run and workout. However, the smell was overpowering to me. It smelled like very heavy cologne and I was a little put off by that.5
Never tried a similar product before... surprisingly like it. Nice for sperries w/out socks.5
Amazing product, I swear a ton and a little of this around my collar and my shirt stays dryer much longer into my day. The smell is fantastic and my wife even thought it was a new cologne5
I kept missing out on getting this in my box, it finally showed up as a sample because I saw the reviews and wanted to try it. Stuff works. Keeps you dryer (nothing is moisture-proof) longer and feels nice when applied. Great summer product for those of us in a "dry" heat (Arizona) where there isn't much humidity but you still sweat from the heat!5