An homemade deodorant allows the skin to transpire and eliminate toxins normally, without blocking the sweat glands. Economical and ecological, try our easy recipe without baking soda.
Summer is getting closer, together with the worry of sweating and having a bad smell. Relying on deodorants on the market, however, is not always the right answer, as they could be harmful to the skin.
In most commercial deodorants there is a presence of aluminum salts, parabens, synthetic preservatives, antimicrobials (such as triclosan) which can cause irritation, mild poisoning and allergic reactions.
The homemade deodorant allows the skin to transpire and eliminate toxins normally, without blocking the sweat glands. In addition to ensuring natural transpiration, they are ecological, made from natural and much cheaper ingredients.
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The recipes for creating home deodorants are suitable for both spray , solid and powder formats. Let’s try this easy recipe with readily available ingredients and without baking soda.