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Upgrade Your Deodorant With Bravo Sierra

Ambush B.O. With This Military-Grade Deodorant

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Bravo Sierra, (military speak for bullshit) has formulated natural deodorants that combat body odor for the most sweat-inducing moments and grueling situations active military members can find themselves in.

All of their personal care products—deodorants, shaving cream, lip balm, body washes, moisturizers, wipes, and more—are tested by current military members and veterans to see if they pass the test and are developed and tweaked until they do. But what gives these products their edge is that, not only can they handle the heat, they do so with an all-clean ingredient list.

Take their deodorants for instance; there’s no aluminum, not even baking soda. Instead, what helps to kill the odor-causing bacteria that thrive in our pits are probiotics. Alongside these, there are good-for-your-skin extracts such as algae, panax ginseng root, and aloe barbadensis leaf juice, helping to keep your underarms hydrated, fresh, and sniff-test friendly.

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There are four scents for you to choose from: White Vetiver & Cedarwood for those that like woody aromas, Tonka Bean & Lemon for those into zesty and fresh fragrances, Citrus & Cedarwood for a warmer version, and Sandalwood & Fig for a more floral tone. And if you prefer your deodorant to be fragrance-free, there’s one for you too.

The deodorants come in at $9 a pop, and with only a couple of swipes needed, they’ll last you a while. And by buying Bravo Sierra, you’re also helping support the military community, as five percent of all the company’s sales is donated to programs that provide well-being to U.S. military service members, veterans, and their families.

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