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Deodorant is fine for arm pits, but how can odor and sweat be stopped on the other 98 percent of the body? Enter Bálla Powder. While it's targeted squarely at your nether regions, this stuff works on any number of places: In your loafers or sneakers, on your chest, in your shorts, on your hands, on the back of your neck. It's all fair game when you're clamping down on clamminess and chaffage in warm weather or during workouts.
I love the smell of this product and it is very effective as well. I sprinkle it inside my loafers whenever I am going to wear them without socks and it not only helps prevent unpleasant odors, but also keeps my feet dry and stops them from sticking to the bottom of the shoes.5
I like the smell of the product, and I think it works well. I wish the contained had a bit fewer holes, as that makes it hard to control the use/amount dispenses.4
Light and simple body powder, with a soft scent definitely not over powering.4
I run a lot and do races quite often. This is a must use item for me now. I use it in my crotch and feet and it makes a big difference in my comfort during the run.5
Smells good, and works very well. Really nothing against the product itself, but I don't usually use powder so I don't know if it is enough to win me over.4
I shave my head. During the summer it becomes an oil slick throughout the day. Just a little bit of the powder keeps the shine away. Works great in all the other recommended places. And the smell is great.4
Performs as advertised. It's up to the individual if you want to pay the premium over Goldbond for the scent.4
Never used something like this before, was skeptical at first but after several uses I always use it. Whenever I go out and dress up I make sure I use my Balla powder to feel fresh and secure.5
Really nice and drying powder. I will purchase some when my sample runs out.4
After a few hours the smell fades but is still somewhat apparent. That's a good thing. Doesn't seem to keep you dry and resilient forever but maybe that's because I didn't powder myself in the stuff.4