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What's the difference between the Solid Stick, Cream Stick, & Cream Deo Tube?

Both cream containers hold the same water-based deodorant formula! The Cream Deodorant Stick dispenses Lume through 3 small holes at the top of the applicator by turning the dial at the bottom of the stick. It can be used directly on underarms or you

Can the Solid Stick be used on the whole body like the Cream Deodorant can?

Yes! Our Solid Stick can be used anywhere on the external body just like the Cream Deodorant can, however, the Solid Stick formula was formulated with underarms in mind. We recommend the Solid Stick for pits and the Cream Deodorant for everywhere els

Does Lume control sweat?

Both of our deodorant formulas are aluminum-free, so they are not sweat control products. Sweating is natural and necessary but it doesn’t have to lead to odor! While Lume does contain ingredients that help to ab

How do I tell the difference between external odor & odor caused by infection?

Most of the time, private part odor occurs as a result of bodily fluids like sweat, urine, semen, and menstrual blood coming into contact with external bacteria, not an infection. Lume Deodorant is an external product that prevents the odor-causing r

Is Lume Deodorant edible?

While Lume is non-toxic, it is not considered edible and has an acidic taste. We recommend applying a trace amount to clean, dry skin a few times a week rather than immediately before intimacy. With the small amounts needed for application, it does n

Does Lume Deodorant stain clothing?

Nope! Lume’s patented Cream Deodorant is water-based and does not leave stains or residue in your clothing 🎉 The potential for visible marks on clothing is higher with our Solid Stick, however, the good news is that we formulate our base with water

Will Lume Deodorant help with chafing?

Lume Deodorant was not designed to prevent chafing, so if this is your goal, it may help but keep in mind that the main purpose of Lume Deodorant is to control body odor. While helping with chafing is not its intended purpose, we have heard from some

Does Lume require a pit detox?

Unlike other products, Lume does not require a transition period or pit detox to prevent irritation. Lume does not contain baking soda which is a common culprit for irritation with other products. Other aluminum-free deodorants on the market, whether

Is aluminum actually bad for you?

Lume Deodorant is accidentally aluminum-free. Our founder, Dr. Shannon Klingman, set out to solve an external private parts odor issue and aluminum played no role in the solution. Ultimately, Lume just so happened to also be a great underarm deodoran

Experiencing breakthrough odor?

Tips and Suggestions for getting the most our of your Lume Deodorant

Experiencing a rash or irritation?

Applying our Invisible Cream Deodorant. If you're using the Invisible Cream Deodorant, you want to make sure you're applying a pea-sized amount, give or take 🫛 Just rub it in like a lotion with clean fingertips! If that doesn’t seem quite right for

Can I use Lume after shaving, waxing, or hair removal?

We do not recommend using Lume on skin that is irritated or broken so if you still have any irritation after any type of hair removal, we would recommend waiting for the skin to calm down before applying Lume.