Body Cures Remedies Articles

From materialsDB
Jump to: navigation, search

Of course, research on such things is always mixed, so I'm not saying you should scream in horror and throw your deodorant out the window. For some skin types the baking soda is the irritating component in this recipe and that ingredient alone can be the reason for the irritation. One problem I've noticed though is that at warmer temperature, the deodorant melts and separates which is a pain.

This is also common in some skin types and if you have used conventional deodorant for a long time and have a build up of the chemicals from that deodorant in your skin. But now that I have been using the homemade formula, I find I hardly sweat at all!

The total for one recipe is 83+47+33+34=197 cents -> $1.97 per tube of deodorant. By adding DE into your homemade deodorant, you are giving your sensitive skin a nice dose of DE (essentially, silica) which helps with sensitive areas of skin that might become rashy and it also helps to draw out toxins. I already use grapefruit EO in my hair so so wearing it as a deodorant should be quite refreshing. The issues surrounding the other ingredients in deodorant are more murky to wade through.

A few days later, my deodorant was running low, and I came up with this solution. Respondents also feel too many deodorant products, with similar effectiveness and consumer outreach messages, have made it difficult for consumers to be loyal to one brand. Now it's all on you whether to purchase natural deodorant from shop or whether to prepare it at home by using all the required ingredients.

Now that you know how to make homemade deodorant go and make yourself a batch, and keep your pits stink free without all those extra chemicals. The starch and baking soda help absorb sweat and the shea butter, coconut oil, and vitamin E oil help to moisturize your skin. Coconut oil has some nice antimicrobial properties that help shelf life and curb odor, but if you know your skin doesn't like it, you could try jojoba oil instead — which mimics human sebum. The problem with bentonite clay is it turns dark gray when wet and all the arm pits of my shirts turned black :-(. That is probably the best solution if you're hoping to use it in a deodorant stick container. Even if your natural deodorant is made up of all essential oils, alcohol could be lurking in the ingredients.

Simply sweep a small amount of organic coconut oil on top of makeup and leave it alone. I buy my coconut oil by the gallon from them and love it. I also got the arrowroot and essential oils from them as well. You will get a deodorant powder that is just as effective in the end but a little more friendly for those with a corn sensitivity. One reader suggested using zinc oxide and I highly recommend substituting this in place of the baking soda.

I am wanting to find out if there is any type of purified baking soda out there somewhere to try. I have added spruce in the form of its essential oil because I like combining slightly masculine, woody scents with sweet flowery, feminine scents. Out of the many coconut oils I've tried from other companies I think Tropical Traditions is the best. At first I thought it was the baking soda but for me it turned out to be Shea butter. Add a few drops to a gallon of water when mopping your white tile floors , or use it with your homemade laundry detergent to brighten white clothes. The powder deodorant works just as well unscented, so the essential oils are mostly for fragrance/aromatherapy.