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homemade deodorantIn 5 minutes, you can make your own natural deodorant at home without all that icky Alzheimer's disease! I tried a different recipe for homemade deodorant this time, and liked it even better than the first batch I had made. DIY Super Strength Deodorant Spray: 1 fl. oz. witch hazel, 1/2 flower water hydrosol, 1/2 fl. oz. colloidal silver, 20 drops essential oils, 10 drops grapefruit seed extract. May I add that I have empty roll up type deodorant containers but wonder if this recipe would be too smushy to apply (what might I do to made it harden enough to pour in these plastic containers to roll up & apply. I went baby steps on the coconut oil, too, buying a small container to try it out first, and now I'm a believer. To Use: Scoop a small amount of deodorant from the jar and apply to your armpits. I wonder if beeswax added would help at warm temperatures, as one commenter asked. If you prefer a smoother and more oily lip chap, you can reduce the amount of beeswax." So that's my guess, hope it helps!

iframe width="640" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/V9nrRmaRYiw" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen title="Watch Later (c) by 20pearlsNcurls" style="float:right;padding:10px 0px 10px 10px;border:0px;">I use a store-bought organic deodorant powder that has charcoal powder as one of its main ingredients, and I've never looked back! I was shocked to see that this recipe worked wonders for me. I had not applied any fresh deodorant since the day before (after my shower) and just went to the gym as usual. Treat the homemade toilet deodorizer as you would any chemical cleaner, and keep it out of reach of children. Another decent underarm whitening deodorant is Nivea Whitening Cares antiperspirant. I didn't have arrowroot so I used more baking soda and I had to put it in the fridge as it was attacked by ants when I left it out. The baking powder won't be as strong as the baking soda because it has added ingredients.

My recommendation is to use at least 5-10 drops of an oil that has antiseptic or antibacterial properties. I tried using cocnut oil, arrowroot and baking soda and have not had any problems since. My one complaint is that I don't love the cocoa butter/shea butter scent that is prominent even with the essential oils, and I think I'd prefer the coconut oil for that reason! This guide covers the basic essentials for selecting deodorant, reviews pros and cons of the top 10 favorites, and looks at non-traditional deodorant options. I bought the cocoa butter and shea butter here I'm on week 3 and it works so well, I am stunned. At 10.90/lb the beeswax is 47 cents per7 oz, Arrowroot powder is 33 cents for the amt used, and the coconut oil is 34 cents per the amt used. I would recommend using the deodorant tubes (like Old Spice) that have the creamy deodorants. Coconut oil has natural antibacterial properties which may be beneficial to you.

To date, there are well over 1,500 studies that show the incredible healing properties of coconut oil. Best one I could find was Arm & Hammer deodorant I have to reapply about 1/2 way through the day! One of the main considerations is choosing between a spray and stick antiperspirant. Just take this as another reminder to read labels (fun as that is, we know) to be sure your drink is 100 percent pomegranate. I made it for myself using rosemary and lemongrass like suggested in the recipe and LOVED IT. Now I would like to make a stick for my husband to try. I've heard that both geranium & neroli are great for diy deodorant and I love the fragrance of both of them.

Please note, however, that this recipe is still somewhat creamy, and less solid than most commercial deodorant. I opt for aluminum free deodorant too, but I had heard that crystal deodorants still had aluminum which was why I hadn't tried them. I just made this recipe a week ago, I followed the amounts in the recipe exactly and it made 4 tubes of deodorant. Thanks for reaching out + for sharing :). This deodorant recipe happens to work best for me, but if baking soda if your personal go-to, that's awesome, too! In addition to those things, it is also a highly regarded and highly effective deodorant. Occasionally now I do use baking soda and vinegar on them (it's so great because there is no lather to worry about) but usually it's still just a good rise with the bath water. Antiperspirant and deodorant pads (or wipes) are another option for eliminating wetness and odor. Select a variety of your favorite aromatic essential oils to create a natural body spray that will be uniquely yours.

Some people melt a bit of beeswax and add it to the homemade deodorant recipe to help it remain solid above 76 degrees. Thanks for posting this, I am currently trying to remove all toxins from my life and was confused what to do about deodorant for a while. Used as a deodorant a single fist sized Tawas Crystal may give up to two years use. In fact, I found that I sweat a lot less after I stopped wearing antiperspirant (which was long before I was a hippie and started making homemade deodorant). I melted the coconut oil a little, because it was definitely easier to mix that way. A couple of notes: I didn't have coconut oil, so I substituted organic shea butter, warmed to liquid on the stove.

Wash your Hands before and after applying so the deodorant stays clean, and your clothes will not get stained. And BTW, if the coconut allergy is when said husband"eats" coconut, it doesn't necessarily mean it will cause problems on skin. The good thing about this method is it will get rid of smells and moisture, so it'll act more like your regular stick deodorant. I thought maybe the anti-fungal properties of coconut oil had something to do with it working, but it's probably just the baking soda (which is amazing stuff, actually…). While you may find the wetness to have a cooling sensation on the underarms, you may consider stick deodorant if you prefer a more solid application.

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