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How To Make Deodorant With Baking Soda

It's not difficult to make your own deodorant. Why might you want to make your own? Because making your own deodorant can help you stay away from aluminum toxicity.

Making deodorant at home isn't an elaborate process. Why would anybody want to make deodorant? Due to the fact that making your own deodorant can help you stay away from aluminum toxicity.

Some type of aluminum is found in almost all retailed deodorant and antiperspirant products. As an ingredient, aluminum helps neutralize odor and block pores. However, once in the body, aluminum serves as a neurotoxin (brain poison) which has been associated with breast cancer, Alzheimer’s disease as well as other degenerative disorders.

Crystal deodorant stones are looked upon as a safer choice. These have a different substance named potassium alum or potassium aluminum sulfate. These molecules are natural salts and deemed too big to be absorbed by your skin. Cancer patients in many cases are told to make use of these as an alternative to products that contain aluminum.

Having said that, there's a less expensive and safer alternative than this. For a few cents, it's possible to make your own deodorant from ingredients you might have within your cupboard. Even if you do not have all of the ingredients on hand, you will need such modest quantities, that it is REALLY cost-effective to acquire them. This simple natural recipe will also benefit your overall health by helping you stay away from aluminum.

You'll need: half a cup or a little less of Coconut oil, 4 tablespoons of baking soda (Arm & Hammer contains no aluminum), 4 tablespoons of arrowroot powder, 2 Tbsp of grated beeswax and 10 drops of your favorite essential oil (optional).

Note: Coconut oil fights odor with its anti-microbial qualities while moisturizing and nourishing your skin layer. Essential oils help get rid of odors also, but make sure you choose oils that haven't been manufactured by harsh chemical extraction because this might inflame the skin. Tea tree oil, lavender, frankincense, and citrus oils all have attributes which will help eliminate odors.

For making deodorant:

1. Gently warm the coconut oil and beeswax to a liquefied state.

2. Using a fork, blend the arrowroot powder and baking soda.

3. Add the combined dry powder to the melted wax and coconut oil a lttle bit at a time, while using the fork to mix thoroughly.

Your deodorant will acquire a firm paste-like texture, pretty much like retailed deodorant. As it cools, the paste will continue to become more firm. More arrowroot may be added if it appears too moist or mushy. Beeswax helps prevent the paste from melting in warmer temperatures. If it becomes very hard because of cooler conditions, place the container inside a pocket for a few minutes to warm for ease of use.

This can be stored in a lidded wide mouthed jar. I use those located in the ‘travel container’ area of most pharmacies. This enables each family member to have his own container.

Yielding nearly a single cup, this formula (with daily use) can last one person several months.

For more wholesome health tipsPsychology Articles, read Kay Morrison's Learn and Live Well blog.

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