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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by navita, Oct 18, 2010.

  1. navita

    navita Orange Belt

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    Has anyone ever used it? If you have what scent did you use? did you like it? I'm writing a review on the Viscous Vixen and Brazilian Bully. But I know there are a few more scents out there.
     
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    i've never used it either and im curious to know if it works. I'd think using regular soap/body soap would be sufficient to stop any staph or ring worm
     
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    I have ABC soap right now and no nasties yet.

    i usually just use AXE and do double pits to chesty to pick up all the ladies :p
     
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    futang17 Green Belt

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    i put my cologne on according to my moods, and today i'm feeling like morning mist
     
  5. bjjaz

    bjjaz Got the Rock...Time to Roll

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    Is this supposed to be like extra strength or something?
     
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    i think it is supposed to be Extreme
     
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    bjjaz Got the Rock...Time to Roll

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    Xtreme soap! lol
     
  8. navita

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    the fight soap is an all natural soap that is supposed to clean off your skin after training.

    normal soap can work, but most dermatologists suggest using something stronger when there is more of a chance of getting staph/ ringworm, etc. Usually it's once a week with dandruff shampoo, all over the skin. But the soaps coming out are gentle enough for daily use, but still kill anything gross on your skin...
     
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    I've paddled that boat. Not as much fun as the SF6 but the I:3 was classic river running play boat.

    But not that extreme.
     
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    Glad to hear that! Perfect combo ;)
     
  12. Jimmy Cerra

    Jimmy Cerra Amateur Fighter

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    When I saw this thread, I thought it was about a television show focusing on J.R. Gracie....

    I used to use antibacterial soap after every practice. Now I prefer to use regular soap or anti-dandruff soap to prevent ringworm. This way I don't kill all of the bacteria on my skin. A good flora helps prevent diseases, IIRC.

    However, I still use antibacterial soap at home and when using the restroom. I don't want too much bacteria growing on my face or around joints or sores. That's how you can develop an infection. Using antibacterial soap generally won't cause severe MRSA infections - usually not finishing a prescribed antibiotic regiment, very bad hygiene, or improper hospital care causes it.
     

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