Disclaimer: I have anhidrosis (i.e. I am physically unable to sweat) but it doesn't stop natural body oils and bacteria occasionally wreaking havoc in the B.O. department. I also have sensitive skin, and most deodorants trigger a burning, itchy papular rash.
Myro is one of the few deodorants which have not triggered an allergic reaction. It has also helped lighten some of the hyperpigmentation from previous rashes.
I've tried Solar Flare (orange, juniper, sunflower) which has gotten me through the summer. It's a fresh scent, although (on me) it initially has a top note reminiscent of "Fruity Pebbles." Not exactly a bad thing, just odd, and it does mellow out after a few minutes. It must just be the orange fragrance listed. After 9 months or so, I felt my chemistry may have gotten used to it (if that is even a thing), or perhaps it was just my nose, so I wanted a change.
Some weeks ago, I bought Pillow Talk (violet leaf, ylang-ylang, wild Amyris) which is quite subtle, and not as flowery as it sounds. I was concerned it wouldn't do much to control odor; however, it seems to go perfectly with my chemistry and natural scent. Instead of masking my body odor, it neutralizes it and gives me that "just-stepped-out-of-the-shower" smell without being soapy nor powdery. Needless to say, I am satisfied with this purchase.
The case is neat and refills are simple to click in and replace. Tip: keep your case/refills in a cool, dry place, preferably not your bathroom. It will help keep your deodorant solid.
All in all, I recommend it.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend