MMS as an under arm deodorant
Hello everyone. I just wanted to share my latest experience. I live in Jakarta Indonesia and it's very hot and humid here. I have been using a fragranced alcohol based under arm deodorant spray that has worked fine for me here for almost 2 years. The other day however, I started to get a rash in my left arm pit and it seemed to be getting worse day by day as I used my normal deodorant. So one morning last week I decided to try using my mms skin spray which is a 10 drops per once solution. I sprayed each arm pit as I normally do at about 5am. I then went to work - I'm a school teacher here, teaching English. It happened to be my big day of the week which is I leave at 6am and get back home at 9:30pm - so that's 15.5 hours. During the day the AC was off at times in my classrooms or weren't sufficient to properly cool the rooms I teach in because it's been rather hot lately. During my evening classes at one time the power went off for about 45 minutes and it really got hot and I sweated quite a bit.
So how did the mms work you ask? Absolutely NO smell. I couldn't believe it and thought there must be something wrong with my nose so I asked my wife to please smell my arm pits for the sake of humanity and experimentation - but she declined :( . Later she did kind of smell from a distance and said she couldn't smell anything.
I told my dad about it and he suggested that I see how long it would last on just the one morning spray. I told him that, for the sake of humanity and experimentation I would do just that (to the dismay of my wife :) ) Guess what, after 2 full days (and no shower during that time either :ohmy: ) there was still NO smell at all. I'm amazed.
So, it's not a medical breakthrough - but I think it's pretty cool. By the way, the rash is going away too and I have not experienced any irritation at all using mms under my arms :P .
That's all for now. Keep mmsn!
Oh, one last thought. And this may become a common proverb in the future so I'd like to claim credit for it right now :P :
You can lead someone to MMS, but you can't make him drink it.