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It is natural that you sweat profusely during summer. But this sweat which is released by the sweat glands to cool the body is fermented by the bacteria present on the surface of the skin leaving the odorless sweat, smelling foul. Bacteria thrive in warm and moist conditions which are best provided by a sweaty underarm. Roll-ons make the armpits inhospitable for bacteria thereby reducing the odor. Most of them also contain fragrances to mask the odor.
The most common ingredient used in roll-ons is alcohol to kill the bacteria. Some even contain triclosan which is a stronger antibacterial agent than alcohol. They also contain artificial fragrances and antiperspirants made with aluminum compounds. Some other ingredients are parabens, propylene glycol and talc among many more. These block the natural process of perspiring in addition to the fact that they might be carcinogenic and can also be the cause of aggravation of renal dysfunction and aerosol burns.
All these are reasons enough to toss your deodorant into the can and go for organic energy roll-ons.
Make use of various oils like sage oil, rosemary oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, neem oil, citrus oil and sandalwood to make your own aromatic, fresh and rejuvenating organic deodorants.
Make your own deodorant with arrowroot powder and baking soda. Mix these ingredients with lavender essential oil, melted cocoa butter and shea butter and store in a glass jar. Apply by rolling on this organic deodorant under your arms daily.
Your sweating will also depend on your diet. Some foods help to reduce the sweating of the body and protect the body from producing odor.
Simultaneously avoid spicy foods, alcohol, caffeine and processed foods which increase the toxin level of the body.
Drink lots and lots of water. This helps to keep the internal temperature of your body low. You can also drink more organic apple cider vinegar tonics which absorbs the toxins of your body which are the cause of your odour. A tablespoon of vinegar added to a glass of water and drunk at least three times a day also works wonders for your body. Add honey if the taste is not to your liking.
Also known as milk of magnesia, magnesium hydroxide has found use as a natural organic deodorant for long. This oil is used in treating muscle cramps, arthritis, anxiety and menstrual cramps also. You can also opt for the magnesium oil spray if deodorant stick is just not what you want to use.
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