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Are you over those stains antiperspirants leave on the underarms of shirt sleeves? Aluminum is the culprit, and guess what? Not only does it ruin shirts, but it's also a known neurotoxin, meaning it can have adverse affects on your brain. Not cool.
Ditch aluminum-laden antiperspirant deodorants for this alternative. We've got a safe and effective DIY deodorant recipe with natural ingredients all available at Thrive Market for 25 to 50 percent less than supermarket prices:
Watch the video to see how easy it is to make this all-natural deodorant! Simply melt coconut oil and shea butter over a double boiler, add arrowroot flour and baking soda, and stir. Pour the mixture into an old recycled deodorant container and let cool. If you don't have one, a small jar with a lid works too—once cooled and solidified, just swipe some with your fingers and apply directly to underarms.
Who would have ever thought deodorant could be so exciting? But even if you're not that interested in trying this experiment, we've got you covered with tons of options for natural deodorants. By choosing only the safest ingredients, you'll smell good and be well.
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