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Natural Deodorant

The Handcrafted & Natural Deodorant that WORKS! - Tea Tree & Lavanda 

•  Made with Natural Organic Ingredients & Pure Essential Oils

•  Aluminium Free

• Help prevent odor, kill bacteria and minimize perspiration.

• Long lasting, you only need to use a thin layer and it's seamless

 
• Not an anti-perspirant deodorant

• The container is reusable and the labels are easy to take off.

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Made with100% natural & organic Ingredients: arrowroot powder, baking soda, coconut oil, shea butter, beeswax and pure essential oils.

Please note: This natural deodorant will not prevent sweating. It will prevent odour, kill bacteria and nourish the skin. Store in a cool dry place away from direct heat and sunlight. Apply to underarm area as needed. Discontinue use if any irritation occurs (some people's skin reacts to the baking soda).

If you are new to Natural Deodorants, allow your body to adapt to the natural deodorant during the transition period. Your body will need regularly about two weeks to de-tox from using your conventional deodorant until you have positive results. 

During the transition period, don’t overdo it! If your temptation may be to put on extra layer in hopes that it would work better. It won’t. Use a nice, thin amount and the longer you use it, the better it will work for you. 

The importance of using a Natural Deodorant

So why NOT use anti-perspirant or even conventional deodorants?

 

Many of them contain Aluminum Zirconium Tetrachlorohydrex, which is considered carcinogenic as well as having developmental and reproductive toxicity concerns. Using an ingredient like this under your armpits, near your chest and lymph nodes everyday could be problematic.* The chemical contents of a deodorant (or soap or body lotion, etc.) ultimately make it into your blood stream. Aside from aluminum, there are many other toxic ingredients in conventional store products.

 

• Natural deodorants don’t work in the sense that a typical anti-perspirant works. They don’t prevent perspiration - and this IS a good thing. Blocking sweat pores is not a good idea. Our body needs a way to release toxins, as well as to cool itself down when overheated. Instead they help to prevent odor, kill bacteria and they minimize perspiration.

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