15December2018

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Make Your Own Deodorant

Make Your Own Deodorant

Dry skin is often a temporary or seasonal problem - one that you experience only in winter or summer, for example - but the problem may remain a lifelong concern. BThis can easily be doubled if you have more than one container to fill./bbrbrDon't make the mistake that I did this past time of shaking essential oil bottles with poorly fitting droppers directly over your pot of ingredients. The night before we used the deodorant we applied the clay just mixed with apple cider vinegar how to make deodorant spray make a paste all around the under arm area to get a detoxed clean start. Petrolatum is the second reason we should be using natural deodorant using essential oils and not store bought deodorants. Keep the spray in the refrigerator (when we traveled with it, we noticed it was less effective after 2 weeks of room temp). With its refreshing minty scent and powerful antibacterial properties, peppermint essential oil is a perfect complement to homemade cleaning products.

But, as time went on, I knew I wanted to have an alternative to deodorant that I could use when I felt like I needed it. I finally got around to making my own, and it worked really well, and best of all, lasted for a really long time. The essential oil is more for a yummy smell (and some do have properties which would help under the arms, but not necessary). Well, I was on Pinterest (that dreaded, yet wonderful site) and when looking for soap recipes, came across a recipe for homemade deodorant.

PPP sent me their sensitive skin formula when I asked about a product that didn't have baking soda, because of the redness, and it works great. I've been without deodorant for another 2 weeks now, but it was too hot and we were too close at work today for me to go another day without. I tried this one and it wasn't quite strong enough for me and I found another recipe for deodorant that works better for my needs. This deodorant not only eliminates bad odors, but reduces sweating for the whole day.

This recipe calls for essential oils , and this is where you can customize your homemade deodorant a little bit, so have fun with it! Also the Shea butter I bought is very yellow and make every recipe I use it in smell strongly of Shea butter and yellow. Here are step-by-step directions for creating your own aluminum/paraben free deodorant stick. I was quite happy to get back home and break out the cold coconut oil from my fridge. Baking Soda - An extremely versatile ingredient it has deodorizing properties when used in body powders.

The waxy homemade deodorant, while it works great for odor control, and doesn't stain your clothes, can be a little cold and hard to apply on winter mornings, when the bedroom temperature hovers around 50°F. It's really fast, and easy, and one batch lasts for a really long time, so I'd encourage you to try making your own homemade deodorant today! Of course, the best type of deodorant is one that helps your teen feel more confident. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties that destroy the bacteria on your skin that causes body odor. I get beeswax at a local health food store and then grate it myself with a cheese grater. I've tried several different brands and homemade concoctions with no real success. Still, because of said 100+ degree weather the coconut oil is NOT solid when left out so it's kind of a gross process to apply it unless I leave it in the fridge.

You can make your own with arrowroot or tapioca powder scented with a few drops of an antimicrobial essential oil … myrrh is great. I just have to say that I started using coconut oil/baking soda/cornstarch deodorant in Jan, and I haven't looked back. This works best right out of the shower, but I've used this homemade deodorant mid-day without any problems, too. For desert dwellers like me or anyone who wants a bar that is not as pasty, try using raw kokum butter. I have spent hundreds of dollars over the years trying out every natural deodorant on the market that i could find. I decided to try my hand at making him some homemade deodorant for sensitive skin (aka pH balanced for a man). Baking soda and water actually worked pretty well, and most of the time wasn't even irritating to my skin! I like to start with that mix, and if you need more odor control, add more baking soda.

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