It's important to keep our pits feeling happy, especially as we head into the warmer months.
But is there a way to naturally help keep ourselves feeling fresher when the temperature has skyrocketed?
There are two main products you can choose to use and that's either a deodorant or an antiperspirant.
You might be wondering what exactly is the difference between the two?
Well antiperspirants do exactly what their name says, they stop you from perspiring. They have an aluminium base as their main ingredient, which is the key ingredient that helps to prevent your body from sweating. They are designed to close the sweat ducts so that sweat can't get out.
Unlike antiperspirants, natural deodorants allow our body to do exactly what it's designed to do, sweat!
A 100% natural deodorant like the one by Exposed Naturals found in our Spring Box is enriched with mineral-derived ingredients and pure essential oils to keep you feeling and smelling fresh for over 12 hours.
There are some pretty amazing ingredients inside the recyclable tin such as:
Sodium Bicarbonate which acts as a natural deodoriser that effectively kills odour causing bacteria and absorbs excess moisture.
Organic Coconut Oil which has antibacterial, anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties to neutralise odour naturally. It also improves skin moisture content and reduces symptoms of eczema due to anti-inflammatory properties.
Activated Charcoal which is highly porous making it great at absorbing bacteria and toxins under the arms. Helps absorb excess moisture and control humidity levels.
Did we mention that besides being free of aluminium it's also free from palm oil, propylene glycol, parabens, phthalates and artificial fragrance? Well it certainly gets the big tick of approval from RY!
If you would like to learn more about Exposed Naturals deodorant head to their website: https://www.exposednaturals.com.au/
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