Your Surprising Solution for Pit Stench
Alcohol + Food-Based Aromas = Dreamy Pits
You may be raising a skeptical brow, but the formula is for real. Through an innovative combination of alcohol and food-based ingredients comes an armpit stink-blasting wonder. Pit Liquor deodorant is something like a sommelier for your pits—offering a complementary pairing of alcohol and food that really does make you smell absolutely delicious.
Recently we unpacked the super-powered base ingredient of Pit Liquor and how whiskey (or a few other forms of alcohol sometimes in the recipe) gets the deodorizing job done. The over-proofed, organic alcohol in Pit Liquor kills the bacteria in your pits that are responsible for making you stink. Then it quickly evaporates. This alcohol magic leaves you feeling invigorated and your skin smelling...well, that's where the other tasty Pit Liquor ingredients come in.
The scent you choose decides the dreaminess left over in your pits. You can choose from:
The Flagship Line-Up
- Coconut Rum with Lime
- Whiskey Vanilla
- Whiskey Lavender
- Whiskey Black Pepper
- Whiskey Pineapple
- Whiskey Cedarwood
Monthly Rotating Limited Editions (these are small batch scents available until sold out)
- Pear & Cardamom
- Whiskey Thin Mint
- April Showers Bring May Flowers
- and many more available throughout each year
If you'd rather stick with simply zapping the bacteria in your pits without a lingering scent, you can also choose from unscented options.
Why Food-Based Scent Ingredients?
For one, the aromas are incredible and don't have the clearly chemical-based smells of traditional perfumes or deodorants. The edible elements for the scents are carefully chosen to be delightfully aromatic and long-lasting. One caution: people may follow you around because you subtly smell like a deliciously ripe pineapple, or a favorite cookie, or a spicy chai. But hey, there are worse problems than having appetizing, "sniffable" pits.
A real problem these ingredients do not give you are unwanted side effects of toxic, synthesized junk. Take a close look at the label of your deodorant. Are there ingredients listed there that bring back memories from your high school chemistry class? Not so with Pit Liquor labels.
In fact, most of the ingredients in each Pit Liquor scent are in the name. Notice that not one of them includes aluminum, parabens, triclosan, or "fragrance." These are ingredients found in most traditional deodorants that deliver concerning levels of toxicity. You don't want to slather your skin every day with stuff that harms your health and you will never find toxic chemicals listed on a bottle of Pit Liquor.
Pit Liquor's founders and inventors purposely choose food-grade ingredients because they are safe enough for you to eat. And that's good because your skin eats what you put on it. Pit Liquor will never compromise on making scents with anything but food-grade goodness because you deserve delectable pits without a side of toxicity. So raise your bottle of Pit Liquor as we offer a genuine, "cheers to your good health!"
Laycie McClain lives nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Loveland, CO. It's a handy place to live for a Wyoming native who treasures mountain adventures, a good craft beer, and plenty of opportunities for enjoying the outdoors with her husband and daughter.