A bouquet of lavender, coconuts and lemons. Very soft, yet effective:
Shea Butter - Magic for the skin
Coconut Oil - Healing anti-inflammatory
Kaolin Clay – Cleans and cares for skin, nourishes and soothes different skin types
Bees Wax - Protects and works as a skin healer
Baking Soda - Natural deodorizer
Arrowroot Powder - Natural starch – anti-inflammatory properties and great for circulation
Lavender - A refreshing aroma is good for nervous system, a skin disinfectant, strengthens immune system and increases circulation
Coriander - Detoxifying, reduces swelling, antifungal
Cypress - Deodorant, astringent, detoxifying, and good for the liver
Lemon - Strengthens the immune system and promotes healthy skin
Detox is super common! Here's what you may experience in the first 2-4 weeks:
- Underarm wetness. Your sweat glands may still be in overdrive mode from your old antiperspirant. They should quickly adapt to your natural deodorant.
- Swollen, tender lumps in your underarm area. Your lymph nodes may be clogged and they're working overtime to get rid of it.
- Rash/pimpled in your underarm area. This could be sensitivity to baking soda or your body adapting to a natural formula.
Unpleasant odor. Your underarms are evicting the toxins, but don't worry, it goes away in a few days.
Take a 48 hour break if experiencing any symptoms and go back to using intermittently!
Patch test a small area on your forearm to check for sensitivity.
- If you have the beginnings of a rash, use apple cider vinegar. Drink a shot of it and then rub some into your underarms.
- With painful and lumpy lymph nodes, dry brush and massage the area to aid in the filtering process.
- Rub a little alcohol into your underarms to disinfect any rash or discomfort.
- Use an underarm detox mask. These can be found online at our website. Charcoal or mud are the best.
- Warm apple cider vinegar compress.
- Stop using deodorant and then go back intermittently as your body allows.
Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end!
This advice is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure and medical conditions you may have. If symptoms persist, discontinue use and see your doctor.