Friday, June 3, 2011

Stinky Men + Silverescent = Love

Visible lines of silver in Silverescent
When Silverescent first came out I kind of poo-pooed it. Do ladies really need anti-stink material? I don't think I have ever come across a really stinky woman at the gym. At least one I was able to smell from the next elliptical over. Men, on the other hand... P-freaking-U. My husband is one of those guys who stinks after a workout. (Sorry, honey).  However, when he came home the other night and I didn't get a whiff of eau de workout I knew something good might be afoot. He was wearing one of his Lululemon tech shirts. I didn't want to blog about it until I knew for certain it was the shirt and not a change of deodorant. He wore another Lululemon style tonight made of swiftly knit but still with Silverescent and he was again stink-free. Hallelujah! My husband hates how expensive Lululemon is but I am going to be hunting for more deals for him for his workout shirts. The lack of stink is well worth it.

5 comments:

Colleen said...

I agree! Although I had to remind my husband that just because his shirt is "anti-stink", doesn't mean he is excused from having a post-workout shower, lol

Anonymous said...

Baking soda under the armpit really helps cut the stinks out. But messy.

Anonymous said...

you can usually find the older LLL silverescent shirts on eBay. i have a co-worker that loves the men's shirts but refuses to pay the full price. can't say i blame him. anyways...you know where to look for bargains ;)

Breianna said...

I would love my husband to own shirts with silverescent because doing his laundry the other day after he worked out was so gross. Unfourtunately he is too big for Lulu clothing.

Anonymous said...

Many if not most women are capable of sweating to the point of stinkiness, even if they start out freshly-bathed and wearing deodorant. It varies from person to person. I actually really like that Lululemon acknowledges that women might want anti-stink clothing.