Can We Send You Our Free Special Report: "100 Ways To Use Essential Oils To Change Your Life"? Yes, Please! Send Me The Guide! Antiperspirants, Deodorants and Breast Cancer Although there is a long list of health concerns connected to the toxic ingredients that make up conventional underarm products, one of the most controversial links at the moment is the one between these products and breast...
Wellness Mama So, in case the title didn't give it away, today's post is on an interesting topic, but hear me out before judging! I get a lot of questions from people who try my homemade deodorant or deodorant bars and have issues with rashes or odor or excessive sweat.
Sweating is a natural process of cooling and detoxifying your body. And it's an important feature of the body's most unique organ: your skin. Nontoxic deodorant is one of the things that Allison considers the "last frontier" of natural products - people are reluctant to ditch their favorite conventional deodorants.
Armpits are both the body's entry and exit points. After years of using conventional deodorants or antiperspirants, a lot has been absorbed via the skin. Once you stop using the chemicals, there are toxins that have to leave the body first and allow you to make a fresh start.
Detoxing the underarms? You might have heard about this new trend that appeals to health-conscious individuals wanting to improve their well-being by removing toxins from their body--but what is it all about? The idea is that conventional deodorant products are loaded with many unnecessary harmful chemicals that don't belong in our sensitive underarm area and lymphatic system.