- July 2, 2008 at 4:52 pm #259253
I use it, right after I get out of shower and again at awakening and again when i return home. I rinse mine in water after each application. very neat.Quote:.
Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 12:52 PM
Subject: Budget101.com : homemade deoderants ideas
I have been searching for homemade deoderants & antiperspirants:
these I have found: put hydrogen peroxide under arms; (antiperspirant)
when dry can put on: mixture of 1/2 corn starch, 1/2 baking soda; or
baking soda by itself; if during day (esp hot) can add 2nd
application; however, i discovered a woman who said she pays $7 a
year for crystal: & likes using the best; checking it out I
discovered this: over the years 8 different common ingredients found
in deoderant products have been banned for posing a health hazard to
users: aluminum clorohydrate being the worst; reason: alzheimers is
caused by to much aluminum in folks systems!
and I have great
difficulty finding any deoderant out on the market that does not have
this ingredient in it; folks: it is absorbed directly into our
systems using it as deoderant!
so: crystal is hypoallergenic,
fragrence free, non sticky, non staining, dries instantly, leaves no
white residue, is paraben free & contains no harmful aliminies;
(aluminums); 100% natural mineral salts; so: I have been using
hydrogen peroxide & baking soda; but it is kind of a pain; I am going
to go find a crystal product today; but I am going to buy it
in “rock” form; simply a ball which you apply under arms instead of
the I am sure higher priced products which they come in “regular”
plastic packaging today!
said was available now at Walmart, health
food stores, etc; is sold worldwide folks: discovered in France & if
I can get a product that does all this does & others have moved on to
this liking it better, so am I! $7 a year for deoderant that does all
this does is beyond wonderful!
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