There’s Chemistry Behind Attraction
What’s up with Marc? His stories are legendary, and he gets everyone laughing. He picks up a guitar and pulls it off like he’s Ed Sheeran’s better-looking brother. Marc not only shoots a game of pool like a pro, he volunteers at an animal shelter and dominates in pick-up basketball. The dude just loves life, and he smells good – like, really good. It’s not that in-your-face, try-too-hard cologne smell some guys reek of, but you could swear he just naturally smells like aged leather and cedar. Damn.
“Doing good” used to be a concept relegated to nonprofits and volunteers. Companies were proudly in the business of making money. In the 1980s movie Wall Street, Gordon Gekko summed it up this way, “Greed for lack of a better word, is good.”
But nothing exists in a vacuum. If the last few decades have taught us anything, it is that we live in an interconnected and interdependent world. Making money can’t be the only focus. We have to think about how we go about it, especially when it comes to the planet we all share.
Your body is already a “clean” machine.
You’d think your sweat was a bad thing. What’s up with all those ads for products that promise a powder-puff future of sweat-free living? Walk into any drugstore, and you see antiperspirants lined up like soldiers ready to go to battle to save us from our own moisture. Personally, I like working up a little perspiration – it’s the sign of a hard day’s work or a great workout.
Are you confused with all the terms marketers are bombarding you with these days on product labels? So are we. So many labels boast this or that-free, but don’t tell you what’s actually in it. It pays to do your homework. We’re all about truth and transparency, so here’s what we know. It really is pretty simple.
After weeks of careful late-night research, you’ve officially decided to ditch your commercial underarm products to take a walk on the wild side. Soon gone are the days of aluminum and hard to pronounce chemicals; you’re here for the natural goodness that is baking soda, arrowroot, and coconut oil. Let’s face it, you’ve been wanting to tell your old deodorant or antiperspirant to take a hike for a while now, but have had cold feet when it’s come down to making a clean break.
You’ve finally mustered the courage to take the leap and toss your old commercial antiperspirant for our natural deodorant. Just from ordering your pit’s new pal, you’re already envisioning greener pastures and feeling optimistic about the future. You apply it for the first time and can’t believe you’ve gone so long without this plant-powered miracle worker. For some people, however, this bright and cheery new relationship takes a turn for the worse. Either immediately or after a period of time, your pits itch or show signs of irritation. It all seemed so perfect at first, what gives?
Natural deodorant doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice effectiveness. In fact, Sam’s Natural deodorants are revolutionizing the way people think about natural deodorant and are outperforming commercial deodorants. Read a review directly from a Sam’s fan that made the switch from a commercial deodorant to a natural deodorant.
You’ve been called many things: weekend warrior, bad punner, and sometimes an over achiever but never a natural. Although health and wellness have been a priority for you, using natural personal care products never crossed your mind…until now.