Before I discovered this magical mineral I had to throw out a pair of shoes every six months. My bromidrosis didn’t just affect python boots like Frank Zappa’s legendary stinkfoot it polluted even open sandals and seasonal footgear like ski boots (even though they weren’t made from pythons).
I’ve never had any trouble with my underarms but the affliction of my feet was no “imaginary disease.” I tried soaking them in bleach (shoes and feet), cooking in the microwave (shoes only) and practically put Dr. Scholl’s kids though college but nothing mitigated the foul odor until a trip to eastern Europe, where the tschermigite is mined, revealed this miracle cure.
Deodorant stones don’t have any impact on the amount of perspiration, but they absolutely stifle the growth of odor causing bacteria so your sweat will smell as fresh as pure mountain spring water. A chip of tschermigite the size of a grape will last for months and you’ll find if you experiment you can probably use it every three or four days with absolute effectiveness.