Quick Natural Effects of Body Deodorants And How To Make it At Home

February 08, 2017

Deodorants contain dangerous unpronounceable ingredients or chemicals which tend to be very dangerous to our health.

 It contains a class of substance called paraben which helps to stop the growth of bacteria, mold, and yeast but in turns have a negative effect on the body’s endocrine system.

       It also contains a chemical called carcinogen which blocks the sweat ducts and encourages the growth of breast cancer cells.

 Some even contain pesticides which are used in form of antibacterial agent called triclosan which is commonly found in most deodorants, soaps and personal care products.

       This chemical disturbs the regulation of hormones in the body and stimulates antibiotic resistant bacteria which tend to be very dangerous to human health. 

 Furthermore, your skin can react badly to deodorants which result to itchiness, rash, swelling or redness due to the presence of these chemicals.

 Aside from being dangerous to human’s health, it tends to be very expensive to afford and causes the formation of tough stains on our clothes.

How To Prepare Deodorants At Home

Coconut oil Pack

Things needed are 

Coconut oil

Shea butter

Baking soda

Essential oil (any one of your choice)

Melt coconut oil and shea butter in a pan, allow to cool, add baking soda and essential oil. Mix well, you can also put in the fridge to speed up the solidification and keep in a cool place

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