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Not everything about beauty and body care is so glamorous. If you experience boob sweat, thigh chafing and B.O., you know exactly what I’m talking about. Sure, these are common issues, but it can be hard to find real a solution to tackle them head on.
That’s part of the genius of Katie Sturino and her popular brand Megababe. Sturino founded the company in 2017 after she failed to find a good solution on the market for thigh chafing.
“I have struggled with thigh chafe my entire life and had been using different hacks and different things that were fine, but not geared towards a woman,” Sturino told Vogue in 2018.
With this in mind, Sturino set out to create a line of products to uniquely address these body discomfort issues. This includes everything from body scrubs, butt masks, hand sanitizers, boob-sweat powder and much more. But it’s the brand’s award-winning Thigh Rescue anti-chafing stick and deodorants that help put the company on the map.
“Have tried many different natural deodorants and this is the best one,” one five-star reviewer wrote on the company’s website. “Doesn’t leave that gross residue and I don’t have to reapply multiple times a day. Finally a natural deodorant that works.”
As a bonus, Megababe products are vegan, non-toxic and feature natural ingredients, like in the aluminum-free deodorants. The Thigh Rescue anti-chafing stick, for example, contains aloe, grape seed oil and vitamin E.
Whether you’re looking for an effective deodorant or are tired of thigh chafing once and for all, Megababe is to the beauty rescue.
Shop: Megababe Thigh Rescue, $14
Shop: Megababe Rosy Pits, $14
Shop: Megababe Le Tush Butt Mask, $22
Shop: Megababe Bust Dust, $16
Shop: Megababe Squeaky Clean Hand Sanitizer, $6
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