When shopping for deodorant, take a look at the ingredients listed. You’ll likely see Aluminum zirconium octachlorohydrex gly.
Other than being the #1 active ingredient in an antiperspirant, what does it do, exactly?
Are the soles of your feet the best place to apply essential oils?
Your feet are one of the most porous areas of your body, so that would mean that adding essential oils to the bottom of your feet would be the most optimal place for the oil to absorb. Right??
If a trusted friend recommended a new brand of lotion that you have never tried before, and after using it, you discover a large rash on your skin, would you keep using it? ...Probably not, right?
We are determined to bring clarity to claims about the benefits of an essential oil. You hear all of the time that “This oil helps with this ailment”, or “This oil does this thing”… But what we want to know is WHY?
The chances are you have asked yourself this very question. It's likely you have concluded that essential oils promote health and wellness or the perceived effectiveness that others claim to derive, is merely “in their head” and what scientists call the placebo effect.