Embrace Your Body Sweat This Summer By Using Each & Every Products To Combat Bad Odor And Keep You Fresh

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Stand up if you like to sweat. OK, since most of you guys are still sitting down right now, go ahead and raise your hand if you know why sweating is actually a good thing. We’re wondering how many people are touching sky right now.

Look, unfortunately, sweating gets a bad rap, with people thinking it’s utterly disgusting if your underarms — or anywhere else on your body — happens to perspire. This might be what we’ve all grown accustom to, but it’s so wrong that it’s not even funny.

Believe it or not, sweating is good; and it’s time to embrace it with natural products from Each & Every.


So why is sweating not a bad thing at all? Because it helps cool the body, it hydrates skin, and it can protect you from infection. Those are all pretty important things, if you ask us, and it’s why Each & Every embraces it, and makes deodorants that don’t prevent you from doing it —  and use minerals (like dead sea salt) to keep odor under control and tapioca starch to help you feel drier, unlike other brands that use aluminum.

For those who need a quick reminder, we primarily sweat to help regulate our body temperature. Essentially, when the body temperature rises, the nerves in the skin sense the temperature change and send a signal to your brain to trigger a cooling response — which then release water (sweat!), which evaporates and creates a cooling response to bring your temperature down. With the summer officially here now, it’s important to stay as cool as possible; and sweating is one way to help your body do it.


Since sweat has been linked to skin hydration, skin barrier equilibrium, and defense against skin infections, Each & Every knows that, once you accept it, the only thing less to do is smell good when sweating. That’s why their deodorant doesn’t have all those bad things like aluminum, parabens, synthetic fragrances or baking soda — and include scents like Cedar & Spice, Cannabis & Green Tea, and Citrus & Vetiver, among others.

Plus, thanks to Each & Every’s Discovery Sets, you can try a variety of scents by either purchasing four minis or three full-size deodorants, pairing up the ones you think you’ll like most. So take a look below at some of our favorite Each & Every deodorant scents to choose from.


Cedar & Spice

An earthy blend of cedarwood, coriander and vetiver essential oils, Cedar & Spice brings a rich balance of woodsy, rugged and herbal scent each day. It’s a reminder that the great outdoors are never too far away.


Sandalwood & Black Pepper

Sandalwood & Black Pepper is a rich blend of warm woody base notes with the spicy zest of pepper, which creates an earthy scent that’s masculine in nature.


Cannabis & Green Tea

Thanks to its light, refreshing scent, Cannabis & Green Tea is perfect for any man to survive the elements of a rough day. Cannabis oil and citrus essential oils are combined to create a fresh, herbal and slightly sweet smell.


Citrus & Vetiver

Citrus & Vetiver is a sublime combination of energizing scents that are guaranteed to pick you up each day. A blend of citrus and vetiver with essential oils gives this scent a refreshing, uplifting smell that your dad will absolutely love.


Black Spruce & Fir

If your mind is imagining the smell of a woodsy forest, you’re spot on, as Black Spruce & Fir brings a distinct aroma that’s reminiscent of the winter season. Sustainably sourced essential oils from Black Spruce Trees and Balsam Fir trees create the crisp scent of the great outdoors.


Juniper & Mint

There isn’t a more refreshing smell than mint, so it’s no surprise that embodies that. A combination of juniper berry, peppermint, lime and lemon essential oils create a mint-forward soothing scent with a crisp, peppery finish that’s sure to keep your dad fresh all day long.



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Nick's a Sr. Editor for BroBible, mainly relying on his Sports Encyclopedia-like mind to write about things. He's also the co-host of the BroBible podcast "We Run This," and can be seen sweating his ass off while frequently running 10+ miles around Seattle.

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