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3 Reasons Why You Should Use Natural Deodorants
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Exploring natural beauty goes beyond natural creams, lotion, moisturizers and makeup. Did you know that there are safer, cleaner, and just as effective natural deodorants that you can switch to as well? After all, placing a product on your armpits, which is directly connected to your lymph nodes, it makes sense to use a deodorant formula that doesn’t add toxins back into a gland that works hard to filter toxins out.

 

 

3 Reasons Why You Should Use Natural Deodorants

 

Many people lack the knowledge that there are natural, effective and healthier options to deodorants. The majority notion about natural deodorant does not spark confidence for fear of sweaty smelly armpits and choose to shy away from what they assume is an ineffective product.

 

However, with a bit of research and self-knowledge about what works for you, you can make the switch to natural deodorants and forgo hazardous commercial deodorant ingredients all together. Read further to learn why natural deodorant is better for you and your sensitive skin.

 

  • Natural Deodorant is Aluminum-Free

 

Scientifically speaking, aluminum is an active ingredient commonly found in commercial deodorants that’s meant to keep your armpits dry by blocking sweat ducts from releasing sweat. The sweat, where toxins are meant to be released, remains in your body. Many refuse to make the switch from commercial deodorants to natural deodorants due to the fear of excessive sweating.

 

Research suggests that aluminum contains genotoxic and estrogenic effects which contributes to breast cancer and neurological disorders. Organic deodorant is a safer alternative, even for those who sweat excessively. Gentler plant-based ingredients and sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) are formulated in and are just as effective at keeping you fresh, without the need for harmful ingredients such as aluminum.

 

  • Natural Deodorant is Free of Synthetic Fragrance

 

Synthetic fragrance, or as we commonly find on labels as ‘fragrance’ is an umbrella term that pertain to thousands of chemicals to make that specific scent. These chemicals have been linked to hormone disruption, birth defects, infertility and some forms of cancer.

 

Organic deodorants use pure essential oils to fight odor instead of synthetic fragrances, and come with the added bonus of being beneficial for your skin. For example, tea tree and sage oil have natural antibacterial properties. Other plant-based ingredients such as coconut oil and witch hazel keep armpits fresh and nourished, without causing any harm to your body.

 

  • Natural Deodorant Uses Clean Ingredients

 

Organic deodorant does not contain hazardous chemicals such as propylene glycol, disodium EDTA, parabens, triclosan, talc powder and BHT which unfortunately are found in commercial deodorants.

 

Drop by your nearest health store to find deodorants that are safer. There’s no need to be intimidated, natural deodorants give you a lot of options to choose from ranging from appealing scents (combinations such as lavender sage, irish rose, tea tree and cypress are the norm) and forms to suit individual preferences, such as roll-on, spray, paste, or stick.

 

The benefits of organic deodorant far outweigh what commercial deodorant can do for a consumer. Organic deodorant smells good, is cruelty-free, vegan, good for the environment, and effective at keeping you smelling fresh without bodily harm.

 

With all-natural deodorants, your sensitive skin or even normal skin need not worry. By choosing all-natural formulas, you are lessening the toxic chemical load on your body and on the environment.

 

Conclusion

 

Make the switch to all-natural deodorants and keep your body fresh and healthy from the inside out by trying brands such as Lafe's, Crystal Essence, and Schmidts which blends mineral salts, essential oils, flower, herb and fruit extracts to keep you fresh even amidst your sweatiest workout.

 

There are many brands of organic deodorants available in the Philippines. They come in different forms (stick or roll-on) and with an array of scents to match each one’s preference, and ones to even match specific needs such as organic deodorant for excessive sweating and organic deodorant for sensitive skin. Choose the best match for you, and you won’t regret it.

 

Sources:

http://www.rd.com/health/beauty/natural-deodorant/
http://adventuresofasickchick.com/best-natural-deodorants-sensitive-skin/
http://www.motherearthliv ing.com/health-and-wellness/natural-beauty/natural-deodorant-zmez14jazpit?pageid=2#PageContent2
http://www.carbonated.tv/lifestyle/5-reasons-you-should-use-natural-deodorant

 

Products You Might Be Interested In

 

 

Crystal Deodorant Chamomile & Green Tea Essence Spray

This all-natural deodorant creates an invisible protective barrier against odor-causing bacteria. Chamomile as a stress reducer and green tea as an anti-oxidant form an essence that refreshes without overpowering the senses. It's long-lasting, non-sticky, non-staining, and leaves no white residue.

Lafe's Natural Deodorant Roll-On Active

Lafe's natural deodorant is a convenient roll-on formula that's made to withstand even the most active and stressful lifestyles. It uses natural botanical essential oils to fight odor-causing bacteria without the use of harmful chemicals. 

 

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