by Kristin Stephens, MS, NTP

Have you ever read the ingredients list on your deodorant? If so, you may have seen things like parabens, propylene glycol, aluminum, and several other ingredients you can’t pronounce. Some of these are known hormone disruptors, carcinogens, and neurotoxins. As mentioned in my previous post about natural skincare, these ingredients and products are not required to be tested for safety. It’s up to us as consumers to do our research and make informed decisions about the products we want to put on our bodies.

Often times, the ingredients in deodorants are what leads to pit stains. Using a natural deodorant without those nasty chemicals will help you avoid those unsightly and hard to clean pit stains.

Aluminum is meant to inhibit sweat from the pits. However, our bodies are meant to sweat; it’s a form of detoxification. So although it can be a nuisance, sweating is a necessary evil.

Stinking is not though! My natural deodorant contains ingredients which help absorb the smell while also killing the bacteria causing the smell. It also contains nourishing oils to make your underarms soft and silky. If you’ve ever had a reaction to a deodorant, you know how uncomfortable and how unsightly it can be. My natural deodorant should not cause a reaction and will in fact help out any underarm irritation you may have.

Remember, having a proper diet can also influence your body odor, so make sure you’re staying on the right path nutritionally. Work with us through the Pure Reset Diet to find your optimal health.

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All Natural Deodorant from The Natural Body Skincare Line

If you’re interested in purchasing the All Natural Deodorant from The Natural Body Skincare line, click here to purchase.

Take back your pits and switch to natural deodorant with truly moisturizing and nourishing oils.

For a more in-depth discussion on how natural skincare products can improve your health, contact Pure Nutrition + Wellness at [email protected], or call us at 844-787-3935.

Be Well,

Donna Stephens, BCN, CNHP, LDHS
Kristin Stephens, MS, NTP