The Benefits of Aluminum-Free Deodorant

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How Do Underarm Deodorants Work?

While most people use the terms antiperspirant and deodorant interchangeably, the two are not the same.

Antiperspirant contains aluminum salts. Deodorants do not. And, by shopping for the product, you’ve already seen that the majority of the products sold today have both attributes in their formulas.

Antiperspirants containing aluminum, work to stop completely perspiration from occurring. Deodorants do not contain aluminum. Deodorants allow perspiration. They work to kill the bacteria that causes odor when we perspire. From a purely natural standpoint, it makes more sense for us to use deodorants, as it is clearly a more natural process to allow our bodies to sweat.

Of course none of us wants to emit an unpleasant, offensive odor, but aluminum-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. Only one of them is aluminum, which can be toxic and is potentially quite dangerous to our health.

The Dangers of Using Products Containing Aluminum?

Aluminum-free underarm deodorants should consist of therapeutic-grade essential oils and 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. Guess what? Regular antiperspirants can do damage topically, too.

Many people are allergic to the aluminum and other toxins in the products, including the synthetic fragrances and other things. If you find that your underarms are irritated, it may be an allergic reaction to your product, and not just the sweat from exertion. The focus today is on aluminum because it’s so toxic to the body.

Why is Aluminum Harmful to our Bodies?

Aluminum has been associated with a variety of health issues, including:

  • Seizures
  • Breast Cancer
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Bone Formation Disorders
  • Kidney Problems

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