I recently got an email from a fan asking me about a fairly new product called “Fresh Balls.” I have heard about this product before, but really did not pay any attention as I knew that Balla Powder is the most superior product for keeping your balls dry. But none the less, I decided to do a little research on Research on Fresh Balls and see what all the hype is about.
Fresh Balls is a deodorant creme that you must apply to your hand and then apply to the area that you would like to keep clean. This is all well and good, but not the most pleasant experience if you would like to use it to keep your backside area clean and fresh. I can’t see applying that directly by hand to be a pleasant experience during your morning routine. So I think Balla Powder definitely has Fresh balls beat in this area.
The next thing I looked at were the ingredients in Fresh Balls and compare them to the ingredients in Balla Powder. So here are both of the ingredients side by side.
Balla Powder Ingredients: Talc, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Stearate, Fragrance.
Fresh Balls Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Ethyl Macadamiate, Tapioca Starch, Carbomer, Coco-Caprylate/Caprate, Polysorbate-60 (Plant Derived), Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate (Natural Preservative), Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyl Dimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Tetrahydroxypropyl Ethylenediamine, Squalane,vena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Extract, Ethylhexylglycerin (Plant Derived Preservative), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil.
By comparing the ingredients list you can see that Balla Powder is a very simple formula with ingredients that you can pronounce. Fresh Balls ingredient list looks like a science experiment ingredient list. The only saving grace in there ingredient list is that they have aloe in the mix. Aloe is never a bad thing.
My general train of thought is that if can’t pronounce and ingredient, you should not feel comfortable applying to your testicles each and every morning. Very few cosmetic or bathroom based products are ever approved by the FDA and neither our Balla Powder or Fresh Balls. But if I had to apply a product to by balls and gentital area, I would definitely use the one with ingredients I can pronounce and have been used for centuries to keep people dry (Talc).
The next comparison between these two men’s drying and deodorant based products is price. How much does Freach Balls and Balla Powder cost when compared to each other?
Fresh Balls – $14.99 for 3oz ($5 per oz)
Balla Powder – $14.99 for 3.5oz ($4.29 per oz)
So based on price both Fresh balls and Balla Powder are pretty similar in price (Balla Powder being a little cheaper per oz.)
But the net weight of the products can be deceiving. 3oz of liquid is not going to last as long as 3.5oz of powder. Considering that you will probably use a less than a gram per use when applying Ball Powder, I can say pretty confidently that you will get way more applications with a tube of Ball Powder over a tube of Fresh Balls.
The next comparison for these two men’s products are how they work at keeping you dry. I’ll keep this comparison short. I have used Ball Powder for years living in a hot and humid climate (Florida) and Ball Powder has never let me down. I am always dry and fresh all day long. So I have no need to try Fresh Balls.
On a side note, I will not apply any product to a part of my body so important (Balls) with ingredients that I cannot pronounce or spell. As the FDA does not review and approve deodorant based products, neither Fresh Balls or Ball Powder have been reviewed or approved. So while choosing a product to keep my boys and backside dry and fresh all day, I chose the product that has simple natural ingredients and works flawlessly.
Winner – Balla Powder by a land slide!