Defense Soap - Best After-Training Hygience Product

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  1. ekowal69

    ekowal69 Banned Banned

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    They have been around for years but if you guys are looking for a product to use after training to help prevent ringworm or athlete's foot or anything you should give Defense Soap a try. They even have wipes you can use or purchase for your gym to wipe down equipment. I have found this to be the best product out there.

    http://www.defensesoap.com/idevaffiliate/idevaffiliate.php?id=328

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    Thanks ekowal69. As the owner and developer that means more to me then you know.

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    I have bought 10 bars for my school in the past month. Defense soap is much better than anything you will find at the supermarket for sure. One thing to keep in mind, although the soap is great it does not mean you can slack up on your hygine. I have seen guys who use defense soap still get ringworm because they rolled with infected people. Also unwashed Gi's are a breeding ground. I'm gonna order some of the defense clothing wash additive. When i finish rolling i now spray down with white vinegar then shower with defense. the white vinegar keeps away folliculitis that my rashguard seems to give me
     
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    I've used the bar soap as well as body wash. Great stuff.
     
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    upon googling it seems i get folliculitis as well in my thighs where i wear compression shorts...are you saying you just spray white vinegar on yourself and just hop right in the shower and it takes care of that?



    btw,i use defense soap myself and love it,havent caught cooties since i started with it haha
     
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    Shouldn't the Defense Soap work on the folliculitis?
     
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    it definitely dries them out and makes them go away a lot faster,but it doesnt prevent them...theyre pretty much just pimples which are really annoying because im almost 30 and have never had an acne problem haha

    ive got them on my thighs ever since i started wearing compression shorts in youth football back in the day,i havent really figured out how to prevent them yet
     
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    had minor athletes foot recently. only change i made was using DS in the shower, lathered up my feet and let it sit for a minute. made a difference in just days. i've been using it for after training showers for a while now, just not lately due to lack of training from injury. i really like the shower gel.
     
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    yes, put some white vinegar in a spray bottle, spray the affected area before rolling and after your bath. do not wash it off. you will smell like a pickle for an hour and to begin with it should burn or itch like the devil. This is good, it means its working. You can also douse a cotton ball in vinegar and wipe the affected areas to minimize the smell. I do this in the morning and before bed(after shower) this is the only thing that cured my folliculitis. Once you get it under control you want to still treat it once a day with the cotton ball method. My case was so severe that i had to soak a hand towel in a vinegar mix and leave it on for 15 minutes every night until it cleared up. my entire back, upper chest, and shin area was affected. I spent hundreds of dollars and went to 3 different dermatologists with no relief. I tried anti fungals, steroids, antibiotics...you name it, nothing worked like the vinegar. When the vinegar dries, apply cortisone cream.
     

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