Deodorants

What to know?

If you have been using conventionally made deodorants/antiperspirants, you will have to follow a few easy steps in order to effectively use our deodorant.

Once you stop using your massed produced deodorant/antiperspirant, your body will immediately start a detox process to get rid of toxic substances like Aluminum Compounds, Parabens, Propylene Glycol, Triclosan, Steareths and others.

During the transition period your underarms will be detoxifying and you will sweat more.   It is the body’s way of getting rid of elements that are toxic to it.

The detox process should last anywhere from 3 to 10 days depending on factors like, the amount of water you drink, exercise, age, etc.

You can accelerate this process by drinking lots of water and applying a clay mask to your underarms, leaving it there for 10 minutes and then washing off. To make the clay mask: mix one tablespoon of bentonite clay with one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and add one or two teaspoons of water to get the right consistency.

 

How to Apply it?

A little goes a long way. You do not need to apply much of our deodorant for it to be effective.

Our deodorant is not as solid as a conventional deodorant stick, so do not twist it up very high before using it. Raise the deodorant bar just above the rim of the dispenser, run it on your armpit once or twice and use your hand to massage it in.

If you happen to over apply it, don’t worry; use a cloth or paper towel to remove the excess.

Sweating is a natural process that should not be stopped; it is the way our body keeps us cool and healthy.

Our deodorant controls the bacteria that feeds on sweat and produces unpleasant odor.

After a period of 3 to 10 days of using our deodorant, your body will find a new healthy rhythm. You will sweat less and be odor free.