Less than two weeks ago I was relishing the weekend sun with a good friend. We caught up on one another’s lives as we strolled through LA. I enthusiastically suggested we drop by a favorite shop mine, Co-op 28 Handmade & Indie Designs. Seemingly, I’m fond of not only the shop but its magnificent art pieces, jewelry, home decor items and other handmade goods and have yet to visit without a purchase.
Fast forward…having used traditional antiperspirants/deodorants in our past we comfortably agreed we were no longer interested in them. Given our similar mindset on the subject we opted to try Dr. Wilbur’s Surf Deodorant. Highly recommended by one of the shop’s owners, we purchased a bottle each ($10.95).
About a week and a half later, my good friend gives me a ring to rave about the deodorant. She couldn’t profess enough how happy she was with the results and how she genuinely loved it. Yes, I shared the same results.
Dr. Wilbur’s Deodorant was exactly what I had in mind. It has a spray application, the odor is reminiscent of coconuts meets an island breeze, not to mention it’s refreshing and doesn’t leave that icky, starchy residue that other deodorants have done in the past.
Natural and organic ingredients:
- Natural Sea Salts
- Natural Vinegar
- Coconut Glycerin
- Vitamin E
- Chamomile and Organic Fragrance
I reapply during the work day but that’s merely a guilty habit of refreshing ½ way through the day. Depending on your sweat glands you may need to only apply once. Either way, I promised my friend I would share our mini prized possession with you. Hopefully, you’ll stop by Co-op 28and pick up a bottle of Dr. Wilbur’s Surf Deodorant to try for yourself.
* This is re-posted from my column LA Health Examiner