What's In Your Deodorant?

Justine Lassoff

Posted on July 18 2016

What's In Your Deodorant?
Aluminum Compounds
According to, "aluminum compounds within deodorants act as a plug within the sweat ducts and temporarily stop the flow of sweat. However, these compunds can be absorbed by your skin and can mimic estrogen, which promote growth of breast cancer cells."
[Methyl, Propyl, Ethyl, Benzyl and Butyl] Not only have parabens been linked to breast cancer, but they are also known to disrupt hormonal balance.
Propylene Glycol
Propylene glycol is another common ingredient with health hazards. It may cause delayed allergic reactions, and is considered a neurotoxin, which may cause kidney and liver-damage.
Silica is a known skin irritant, it may also be contaminated with crystalline quartz which is a carcinogen. Silica is known to cause cancer, allergies and immunotoxicity.
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This formula from Blissoma will keep odor at bay for anyone. Like many natural deodorants it includes baking soda which absorbs and eliminates odor extremely reliably. 
Credit: Organics.Org  

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