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May 07, 2013
Its a boring video
Mom, Wife, FT employee
Apr 24, 2013
just a woman
Apr 18, 2013
I'm a little bummed about the aluminum but I'm sure you're doing your best. I'm more bummed about the palm oil. Please address this issue and how you're using this product without further destroying orangutan habitat
Feb 04, 2013
Happy for the progress, sad it still contains aluminum and talc.
Nurse in my early 20's
I'm glad that Tom's is working on making a better product for us girls who need the wetness protection, but bummed that toxic carcinogens are in my antiperspirant. Hopefully an alternative will present itself in the near future.
Jul 25, 2012
I think this is a terrible mistake you are doing... People come to your brand because Tom's does not contain aluminium (thus avoiding yellow stains under arms). If research and regulations would allow for an anti-perspirant without aluminium, then you should enter this market, not otherwise!
Jun 16, 2012
I gave up on natural. I like Naturally-Dry but a little think. Concurs about Talc and Aluminum I am a woman. Women should"t use Talc. Please keep trying to make a deodorant with no Talc, not as thick, and no Aluminum but stops wetness.
Author of JaredRentz.com
May 28, 2012
I am male who is looking for a anti-persperant that does not leave stains on my white T-shirts. I purchased a Tom's deodorant recently and found it stains my white shirts. I was told woman have better products is this a solution to that problem?
Apr 24, 2012
1 Star. I was excited UNTIL learning it contains aluminum. Are there worse things to put under our arms? Sure! There's always something worse but that doesn't make this safe. I'm very disappointed in the misleading nature of this propaganda. As said, aluminum is exactly what we're all trying to AVOID! Try, try again. Why not put some effort into finding an alternative to aluminum?
Apr 22, 2012
Believe it or not, I have to have an anti-persperant with my deordorant. If I don't, I'll get rashes. Since you can only make an anti-persperant with Aluminum, I'm happy to used this product with recycled aluminum rather then ALL chemicals from P&G.
Apr 06, 2012
I got excited until i heard about the aluminum salts. That's exactly what I do NOT want. Why would the FDA REQUIRE aluminum in an antiperspirant? There MUST be other natural things that can also work as an antiperspirant. Ugh...now I'm sweating!!
Apr 04, 2012
cant wait to try this
45 yr old female athlete
This sounds awesome. Personally, I'm not scared of putting aluminum salts under my arms. There are worse things on the planet. I'm eager to try this!
42 yr old SAHM
Mar 31, 2012
Tom's of Maine is a Colgate/ Palmolive brand...it only makes sense that they would find a way to add aluminum salts to the product now that it is owned by a corporate giant.
Mar 30, 2012
If you have never made a product to sell to the larger market, don't gripe about someone who has to go through FDA regulations to create a product. Especially one worth buying. It's harder than you think.
I dont trust the FDA. I learned a lot about labels and how companies get around things in a class i took.
Mar 29, 2012
Just because something is "natural" and the FDA allows it does not mean it is safe! I would not have tried this after reading the ingredients but others may asume this product is safer than others because they trust the brand.I wouldn'trustthis bra
I am pretty dissapointed that it still needs aluminum in it to keep you dry.:-(
Mar 28, 2012
Oh NO! It is th ALUMINUM that most people have been trying to get away from! How can you miss that?
Tom's of Maine
Mar 26, 2012
You can read the FDA monograph here if you are interested. Page 34287 shows the list of allowed active ingredients: http://1.usa.gov/GO4mzs
Hi Stacey, this is Rob. There are 19 different ingredients allowed as active ingredients under the FDA monograph for antiperspirants. Each of these is an aluminum compound and any product making an antiperspirant claim must contain one of these.
Mar 24, 2012
The video is very misleading. The FDA "DOES NOT" require aluminum in antiperspirants. The FDA only "Requires" a warning label for people with kidney disease to consult a doctor first, if aluminum is used as the active ingredient.
Mar 17, 2012
I'm upset that the FDA requires aluminum to be included in this product. I'm allergic to aluminum (yes the product required in EVERY antiperspirant on the market). I was so lucky to have found Tom's, and will stick with their other deodorants.
Thats great that you have a product with Natural Ingredients. BUT, I'm very sad and angry that the FDA which is not a very good organization at keeping POISONS out of products,like Aluminum, or Fluoride in the water and toothpaste, aspartame,all BAD
Mar 15, 2012
Can't wait to try this!!!