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In a bid to use fewer chemicals and be more eco-friendly, Chelsea Cunningham  says she’s made the switch from her trusty antiperspirant to a natural deodorant.
The tea tree roll-on stick, which she hastily bought at Priceline for a ridiculous price, has reportedly done little to mask her scent but has at least given her BO a lovely bit of kick to it.
Undeterred, Chelsea reckons she’ll stick through it as she’s sure the stage 5 pong emanating from her pits is just her body’s way of releasing toxins – and not as obvious as she thinks.
“I’m just starting to rethink what I put in my body, you know?” says Chelsea.
“Trying to be a bit more natural.”
Chelsea refutes that the decision had nothing to do with a 90-minute essential oils info session she’d been duped into attending by a family friend.
Led by an impassioned middle-aged woman who appeared to be constantly on the brink of tears, Chelsea was horrified to learn that ‘cosmetic companies apparently had nothing better to do than give people cancer.’
However Chelsea’s commitment to being ‘chemical-free’ was seriously tested after her armpits began to gush sweat during a particularly stressful day at work, causing Chelsea to do a cursory sniff when she thought no one was looking.
Sticking her nose into her pit for a deep whiff, Chelsea’s look of disgust was matched only by the expression on her hot colleagues face, who just happened to be passing by at that moment.
Chelsea has allegedly now switched back to normal deodorant, citing that she’d rather have armpit cancer than become a social pariah.