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?
This chemical diffuses into the pores and prevents perspiration. Sounds great, Right!? Hold up though, because it isn’t all its cracked up to be! For starters, application to wet underarms (like after a shower) prevents the chemicals from absorbing into your skin, rendering the product ineffective. Adding to that…If you shave your armpits and get nicks or cuts, this chemical can seep into the irritated skin, causing speculative health concerns. For this reason, It is recommended that you avoid applying antiperspirant directly after you’ve showered or shaved and it is suggested that they be applied at night... who knew!
Lastly, sweating is GOOD! It regulates body temperature and excretes toxins through our skin; This is why our deodorant is "wetness protection", meaning the ingredients in our deodorant don't prevent sweat, but rather absorb the sweat through the dry ingredients, such as arrowroot powder and baking soda.
Is your mind blown??
We want you enable you to avoid all of the fuss and alleviate any concern about the potential health risks of aluminum and parabens. Our deodorants are 100% natural, they smell incredible, and best of all, they ACTUALLY WORK!
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