The Guide to Clean Deodorant

Finding a non-toxic deodorant that really works wasn’t easy, but there are clean and green formulas available for you to choose from. Many potential health problems associated with applying conventional deodorants to the body, for example, many studies in the past have shown that there are connections between antiperspirants and deodorants that lead to breast cancer and Alzheimer's. Harmful chemicals like Parabens, which can be found in many deodorant formulas, have been linked to breast cancer tumors, fortunately, these diseases are complex, it is almost impossible to conclude causality. With these negative effects from conventional deodorants. People are desperate for harmless deodorants that are clean and effective since the alternatives were seen to be less reliable and don't have any effect on the skin. But the truth is it isn’t all about the deodorant itself—it’s about the transitioning process too. While this adjustment can be rough, it’s worth it in the end. Here’s our guide to transitioning to clean deodorant. With just a few steps below, you'll see a difference in your skin this summer.

Harmful chemicals like Parabens, which can be found in many deodorant formulas, have been linked to breast cancer tumors, fortunately, these diseases are complex, it is almost impossible to conclude causality.

With these negative effects from conventional deodorants. People are desperate for harmless deodorants that are clean and effective since the alternatives were seen to be less reliable and don't have any effect on the skin.

But the truth is it isn’t all about the deodorant itself—it’s about the transitioning process too. While this adjustment can be rough, it’s worth it in the end. With just a few easy transitional steps, you'll see a difference in your skin this summer.

1. Look into the Ingredients & Formula

Avoid products with fragrances on labels. When you see this term or other similar terms, it means the product contains undisclosed ingredients. Without full transparency, it’s impossible to know what your skin is being exposed to.

2. Dedicate to a 3-4week Transition Period

Your body needs time to adjust to a new deodorant, so make sure to be patient for a few weeks. You may actually feel stinkier for a while after you start transitioning since it's re-balancing your armpit's natural microbiome.

3. Try Exfoliating your Under Arms

Masking and exfoliating are the self-care for your armpits. It also potentially speed up the transition period. Our tip is to wash your armpits with a gentle cleansing bar and then exfoliate in the shower.

Make sure not to over-exfoliate, as this can damage your skin. Exfoliating every three days is more than enough for normal skin and even less frequently if you have sensitive skin.

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