Perspiration is the moisture given off by the skin from activity of the sweat glands. The characteristic odor of sweat is caused by the breakdown, or decompostion, of the sweat by bacteria. Deodorant antiperspirants are used to counteract the unpleasant smells by destroying or masking the smell. Deodorants come in powder, liquid, cream, lotion, spray, and stick forms. However perspiration also plays an important part in maintaining general health and in prevent skin infection.
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I know it sounds too good to be true, but this homemade deodorant recipe creates a product that actually works and doesn't contain the potentially harmful and irritating ingredients found in commercially-avialable deodorants. Learn about the potential dangers of commercial deodorants and what makes this the best homemade, all-natural deodorant recipe.
A homemade deodorant is tons more beneficial and cost effective to use. Rosemary and Eucalyptus make an ideal essential oil combination to keep body odor at bay so read on for recipe and information.
Sweat consists of toxins and waste products that your body is trying to eliminate from your system, so when we perspire, bacteria form and metabolize these waste products and cause odor. Antibacterial essential oils can help reduce embarrassing body odor.
I currently use mens deodorant and it has proven to be better in just about every way. I don't smell like a dude or anything.
Follow this basic, easy recipe to make your own healthy, inexpensive deodorant-antiperspirant using ingredients you already have at home.