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Julia Roberts Does Not Wear Deodorant. We're Smelling A Trend Here.

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First Orlando Bloom’s natural smell came into question. Then, it was Matthew McConaughey enjoying several days in between showers. Now, Julia Roberts has admitted she doesn’t touch deodorant saying it’s “just not my thing.”

The actress was on Oprah’s Earth Day special promoting her friend’s new book “Gorgeously Green” (by author Sophie Uliano) and chatting about the small changes one can make at home to create a healthier environment.

Sophie brought out a bunch of deodorant brands and talked about the dangers of aluminum within the antiperspirant products. Roberts then told Oprah that she never wear deodorant — but will often freshen up throughout the day — whatever that means.

Check out the video below — perhaps Woody Harrelson should get her one of those crystal deodorizers.

via cele|bitchy

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  • Weaver

    can you imagine the stench, please folks, wear deodorant

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