In shopping for these everyday products, you would have already seen that the majority of the products sold on the supermarket shelf today have both natural & chemical ingredients in their formulas. Aluminium is a common chemical ingredient found in many deodorants.
Of course none of us wants to emit an unpleasant, offensive odor, but aluminium-free underarm deodorants do work to keep us feeling clean and fresh. Most commercial brands of deodorant contain a variety of harsh chemicals that are detrimental to our health.
Aluminium-free underarm deodorants should consist of all natural ingredients. This is much better for your body overall, since you're not taking in all the toxins that are present in regular deodorants and antiperspirants. More importantly regular antiperspirants can do damage topically as well and may even cause a rash on those that are sensitive to certain ingredients.
Many people may find that they are allergic to the aluminium and other toxins in the products, including the synthetic fragrances. If you find that your underarms are irritated, it may be an allergic reaction to your product, and not just the sweat from exertion.
This refers to the process used by bottled water manufacturers to remove impurities from water before bottling and selling it. This is essential in our deodorant, as unpurified water could contaminate the other ingredients. We strive for quality in our products, and this is just one of the steps we take.
A naturally occurring mineral. Potassium alum is a natural deodorant ingredient that provides very effective natural odor protection, it forms a protective layer on your skin that stops the spread of odor-causing bacteria.
Aloe Vera is extracted from the leaves of the plant Aloe. It has been used medicinally for several thousands of years in many cultures.
Many scientific studies have been produced and have discovered over 200 nutritional substances in Aloe Barbadensis leafs, including 20 minerals, 20 amino acids, 12 vitamins, and active enzymes. Aloe Vera can soothe skin and serve as an anti-inflammatory. It can be efficiently used topically, because of its burn healing effects, scar reducing and wounds healing properties.
Scientists have shown that skin can absorb the key ingredients of Aloe up to 7 layers deep. Thanks to this capacity, Aloe effectively stimulates proteolytic enzyme action in skin tissue, stimulating fibroblast cells that manufacture collagen.
Is a thickener derived from a type of plant based bacteria that release a sticky gum. This gum is extracted and dried as a corn-based, fermented product. It’s used to make products thicker. Is it safe to use on my skin? Yes. You most likely ate it for breakfast!