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  • Is your deodorant toxic?

Top 5 ingredients hiding in your deodorant:

1. Aluminum- linked to breast cancer, prostate cancer and an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease.

2. Parabens- disrupts our delicate hormonal balance, which can lead to things like early puberty in children and an increased risk of hormonal cancers. Linked to birth defects and organ toxicity.

3. Propylene Glycol- can cause damage to the central nervous system, liver, and heart.

4. Phthalates- linked to a higher risk of birth defects. May disrupt hormone receptors, increase the likellihood of cell mutation.

5. Triclosan- classified as a pesticide by the FDA. Classified as a possible carcinogen by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)

With cancer on the rise and the underarms being a very prone area to rub chemicals on, it is so important and worth it to consider switching to all natural deodorant. The other problematic concern is that all deodorant is heated up to a certain melting point and then poured into the plastic contains that hold the contents. The majority of deodorant containers are NOT BPA-Free and thus also add to harmful chemical leaching out into your deodorant from being heated up. It's a double whamy!

The deodorant that I offer has a very nice blend of ingredients:

Beeswax: This may help, a little, with the perspiration problem, but the main point of this ingredient is to give the deodorant a more solid feel, so it’ll stay in your container the way you want it to.

Arrowroot Powder or Clay: Adds extra dryness protection. It will help at whisking away sweat and drying it up before it reaches your clothes. However, don’t expect it to work quite as well as antiperspirant (which contains the aluminum you REALLY want to avoid). They work in two very different ways.

Coconut Oil: Softens, but especially adds extra antibacterial protection. Bacteria is what leads to stinkiness. Coconut oil is your best weapon.

Cocoa Butter: Cocoa Butter has been called the ultimate moisturizer, and has been used to keep skin soft and supple for centuries. It is one of the most stable, highly concentrated natural fats known, and melts at body temperature so that it is readily absorbed into the skin. Cocoa Butter is often recommended for treatment of skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. When applied topically, it creates a barrier between sensitive skin and the environment and also helps retain moisture. Cocoa Butter contains Vitamin E, which is a strong antioxidant - the strongest of all the antioxidant vitamins in fact, and can easily kill off hydrogen peroxide and any other oxidizing agent. It also contains phytochemicals (plant chemicals) such as flavanoids that are also strong antioxidants.

Baking Soda: Using baking soda as a deodorant is a simple way to combat body odor without subjecting your pits to a variety of chemicals. It is used to fight odor and help prevent wetness.

****BPA FREE 2 oz. Twist up Roll on container***** So no chemicals leaking into the deodorant from the container.

Sensitive Skin Deodorant (UNSCENTED)

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