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Aluminum-Free Natural Lymph Support Deodorant

Aluminum-Free Natural Lymph Support Deodorant

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Made with essential oils that are known to support the lymph system such as Frankincense, and Myrrh
Naturally-based deodorant has many benefits over conventional deodorants due to the properties of the ingredients used.

African shea butter is excellent for moisturizing and softening skin.

Arrowroot powder perfectly absorbs excess moisture

Baking soda is a great odor eliminator.

Vitamin E oil protects and repairs skin

Pine Needle infused olive oil

Finally, beeswax is known for its anti-inflammatory and barrier-forming properties, so it helps protect your underarms without clogging your pores.


Conventional antiperspirants are made with aluminum, which clog your pores to keep you from sweating. There has been worry that this has been linked to breast cancer. Natural deodorants allow the body's natural detoxification process to work, and that is very good for the body.


Give your body a few weeks to adjust to your new deodorant. It takes time to expel the chemicals from a commercial deodorant. Reapplication may be required throughout the day while transitioning. For maximum longevity, store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.

Apply a thin layer to each armpit by dabbing not rubbing. If the stick is cold, warm the product against the skin before application.

🔴 My deodorant does contain baking soda, but I use an amount that is unlikely to irritate skin in most individuals. If you have never used a deodorant containing baking soda before, please be aware that in a small portion of people, baking soda may cause an underarm rash. The reason for this is that baking soda has a higher PH than our skin, and over time as our skin adjusts to this PH difference, it can cause dryness, itchiness, or a rash in anyone with very sensitive underarm skin. This rash may occur immediately after first using a deodorant containing baking soda, or it may occur after a few months of regular use. If this happens, first give your body some time to adjust. If it continues, discontinue use and switch to a deodorant that does not contain baking soda. Baking soda deodorants work well and a rash does not occur in a majority of people.

🔴 To help avoid irritating the skin, do not rub deodorant on the skin, but dab dab dab . This way the heat of the body will warm the product up and apply a little bit.

🔴 Another possible side-effect of deodorants containing baking soda is that your underarms may become slightly darker from use. This is a normal reaction, and any discoloration will go away over a few weeks as soon as you stop using a deodorant that contains baking soda.

🔴 A little goes a long way! If you use too much, there may be some staining of your clothes from the oils. This is true for most natural deodorants, so only use the recommended amount and wait a couple of minutes after applying to let it dry and absorb into your skin. If your deodorant becomes too soft (which may happen in warmer climates or during transit), placing it in the refrigerator can help it firm up so you don't accidentally apply too much at a time.

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