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3 Best Benefits for Switching to Natural Deodorant

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Perspiration is a healthy and natural phenomenon for the human body. It helps regulate body temperature. However, there is a significant number of people that are struggling with the issue of consistent transpiration, whatever the weather conditions might be. Abundant transpiration can cause discomfort and unpleasantries. Among them, we can mention stains on clothes and a bad smell. But switching to natural deodorant can also be tricky. New aluminium free deodorants are developed and enter the market every day with promises to fix different issues. One aluminium free deodorant is best because it will keep you dry for 24 hours. The other will prevent your clothes from getting stains. And another one is perfect because it efficiently neutralizes the smell of transpiration. But the reality is often very different from the commercial. Most of us know that the effect of a shop-bought deodorant rarely lasts more than a few hours.

What to avoid in a deodorant

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The deodorants that you will find at the supermarket contain chemical ingredients that can be more or less harmful for your health. Among the parts to be avoided in deodorant are parabens, formaldehyde, triclosan, and aluminum. Aluminum in the deodorant is accused of favorizing the occurrence of breast cancer, and while there are several studies performed about this, the results are unconvincing. To remove this fear from the buyer mind, the producers have developed deodorants with no aluminum in them; however, there are plenty of other chemicals that you should be worried about. The parabens we mentioned before are used as preservatives and have been associated with an increased rate of developing breast cancer.

You might find it overly difficult to read each label of the deodorants in the shop. If you need a more reliable solution, this would be switching to natural deodorant. Women and men who are preoccupied with their health often prefer to make their aluminium free deodorant at home. This way, they avoid buying one with chemical substances in it. It is often cheaper and also easy to create your deodorant. More than this, you know for sure what materials are in it.

Recipes for a natural deodorant

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A favorite natural deodorant is the one made with baking soda. Baking soda is probably the simplest natural deodorant that will be ready in minutes. What you can do is mix half a teaspoon of baking soda with a spoon of water. Apply it at the level of the axilla, before the baking soda had a chance to dissolve in the water.

For a dry natural deodorant, you can use four teaspoon baking soda with two teaspoons corn starch. Keep them together in a recipient. Apply the powder at the level of the armpits every morning after a shower. You can also apply in the evening, if necessary.

Another recipe for homemade natural deodorant includes coconut oil and essential oils, aside from the baking soda and corn starch. To make this deodorant, you need about two spoons of baking soda and one spoon of corn starch. Add also two spoons of coconut oil and a few drops of the essential oil you prefer. Tea tree essential oil, for example, is excellent for its antibacterial properties and also smells good. If you are happy with the coconutty smell of the coconut oil, there is no need to add the essential oils. To make this deodorant, all you have to do is mix the powders. Then incorporate them into the coconut oil. Keep the recipient with the natural deodorant in the fridge. This will make the coconut oil have a solid consistency. You can apply it with your fingers on the axilla. Make sure not to use too much of it and only use it after a shower.

Switching to a natural deodorant

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The corn starch creates an alkaline environment, and this makes it great to fight the unpleasant smell of transpiration. At the same time, the starch can easily absorb water, and this is why your axilla will be dry. The other good news is that there will be no signs of sweat on the clothes either, not when using a natural deodorant.

Some people can be skeptical about switching to a natural aluminum free deodorant, no matter how much they want to avoid the shop-bought versions. This is the reason why it’s a good idea to test your new natural deodorant over the weekend first and see how it goes, before going to work wearing it. The most important thing when it comes to switching to a natural deodorant is always to have a shower first and to be patient, notice how things evolve throughout the day. Also, it is essential to allow your underarms to be completely dry before putting on clothes when using a natural aluminum free deodorant.

Wearing clothes made out of natural fibers and avoiding synthetic materials and polyester could make a big difference when it comes to the smell and perspiration. Choose your clothes wisely. Also, keep in mind that it is reasonable to feel a little damp at the level of the armpits. The natural aluminum free deodorant won’t block the perspiratory glands. Its role is to neutralize the smell.

If you are thinking about switching to natural deodorant, be patient, and give it time. Your body has to a particular routine. It can take a while to become accustomed to the new, natural product, so if you are not pleased after a first experiment, make sure to try again.

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