How to Make Your Own Homemade Deodorant That Really Works


We apply deodorant to our armpits to block smells.

But why does our body sweat in the first place?

Sweating occurs as one of the body’s prime efforts to detox.

So, if we’re preventing the detox, where are we sending the toxins that our bodies are trying so hard to flush out?

The answer is the lymph system, which is the bodies defense against infection

Basically, the lymph systems works by trapping the bad stuff and flushing it out frequently via our pits.

When the glands in our armpits are blocked, our breasts are right there to take in the toxins which could result to breast cancer.

D-I-Y Homemade Deodorant

One of the best ways to keep your armpits and the rest of your body free from toxins is to prepare your own homemade deodorant. Although this won’t stop you from sweating, it can definitely help keep the odor at bay.

INGREDIENTS:

Coconut oil – 1/3 cup
Beeswax, grated or pellets (optional) – 3 tablespoons
Shea butter – 2 tablespoons
Cornstarch – 1/3 cup
Baking soda – 1 tablespoon
Essential oil of your choice – 10 to 15 drops
Deodorant containers

PREPARATIONS:

1. Place grated beeswax, shea butter and coconut oil in a double boiler.
2. Allow melt completely before removing from heat.
3. Add baking soda and cornstarch to it then mix and blend thoroughly until smooth.
4. Fuse in the aroma of your favorite essential oil by adding 10 to 15 drops. You can use a single essential or a blend of 2 or 3 of them.
5. Pour the mixture into deodorant sticks or silicone molds. Allow it to cool and settle for a couple of hours, then your deodorant is ready for use.

APPLICATION:

Use your deodorant every morning to keep you fresh all day long. Roll or rub it directly on your armpits. You may also put a small amount on your fingertips and gently rub it on your armpits. Let it dry for 3 to 4 minutes before putting on your clothes.

BENEFITS:

* Coconut oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties that help fight off odor-causing bacteria. It also acts as the base for the deodorant to give it a creamy texture.
* Baking soda is an amazing agent for absorbing bad odors. It helps neutralize your pH and works as a fungicide to prevent infection.
* Shea butter is an incredible moisturizer and helps protect the skin from dryness. It also helps with the little bumps that you get after shaving your underarms.
* Beeswax helps keep the deodorant from melting, giving it a more solid feel. It also helps with the perspiration problem.
* Cornstarch has the ability to absorb moisture, making it an excellent ingredient for homemade deodorants.
* Essential oils have excellent healing and psychological benefits.

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