8 Natural Deodorants That Actually Work!

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8 Natural Deodorants That Actually Work!

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As the popularity of ethical consumption and clean eating continues to increase, some makeup and hygiene products are also coming under fire. Some deodorants contain aluminum, a highly controversial ingredient. Even though scientists have debunked the stories about aluminum’s role in certain diseases, aluminum does have some impacts. For instance, antiperspirants which have aluminum plug pores to reduce sweating can lead to overheating.. Although there are many aluminum-free deodorants available in the market, you can also whip up your own at home if you want to be in charge of the ingredients that go into your deodorant. Here are some ideas:

1-Baking Soda And Cornstarch:

Mix baking soda and cornstarch in equal parts to make your own deodorant. It will stop bacteria from spreading and also prevent odor. Just dust this mixture under your arms to reduce sweating.

2-Lemon Juice:

Lemon juice is great for killing body odor. The citric acid in lemon juice kills bacteria that gives an odor to sweat. However, you may want to steer clear of lemon juice if you have shaved recently or if you have sensitive armpits.

3-Baking Soda And Essential Oils:

Although baking soda is great for fighting odor, it doesn’t have a fragrance. You can mix a few drops of essential oils such as lemongrass or lavender with baking soda to make your own fragrant antiperspirant.

4-Baking Soda And Water:

Baking soda is great for fighting bacteria and eliminating odor. Just mix a 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda and water to make a deodorant paste. The baking soda will keep your underarm area matte by drying it out and it will also prevent strong smells. This will help you feel fresh and clean.

5-Baby Powder:

Who said adults can’t use baby powder? Baby powder is great drying out armpits and keeps them sweat free. However, baby powder isn’t as strong as baking soda and you may need to reapply it to remain fresh all day.

6-Coconut Oil:

Coconut oil’s light fragrance and natural bacteria killing properties make it a great substitute for deodorants.

7-Witch Hazel:

Witch hazel is a great natural alternative to deodorant. It has antibacterial properties and is a great astringent.  It helps remove oil and moisturizes really well. Witch hazel contains many beneficial natural ingredients such as choline, flavonoids, saponins, bitters, and gallic acid apart from being a great astringent.

8-Apple Cider Vinegar:

Apple cider has antiseptic properties. Vinegar helps absorb body odor by killing the bacteria which creates body odor. Apple cider vinegar is also a good antifungal agent.

Although sweating is a normal response to heat, excessive sweating can sometimes signal an underlying medical problem. If you have recently started experiencing severe perspiration, consult a doctor right away. You can find and book an appointment with top Doctors in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad through oladoc.com. You can also call our helpline at 042-3890-0939 for assistance to find the RIGHT Doctor for your health concerns.

Disclaimer: The contents of this article are intended to raise awareness about common health issues and should not be viewed as sound medical advice for your specific condition. You should always consult with a licensed medical practitioner prior to following any suggestions outlined in this article or adopting any treatment protocol based on the contents of this article.