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* Free of chemicals, sulfates and parabens
* Great for sensitive skin
* Available in grapefruit or lavender scents
When it comes to underarm odor and sweat, it seems most everyone has made or is starting to make the move to all natural deodorants. Although deodorant alone won’t curb your sweating, it will mask the odor that comes with it and until they find a way to get rid of sweat without the use of nasty chemicals, naturally derived underarm deodorants and creams are the way to go.
One great option to try is the Baking Soda Free Deodorant Cream by Meow Meow Tweet. This all-natural, sensitive-skin specific underarm cream is as gentle as it is effective yet contains no potential rash-causing baking soda.
Formulated without baking soda or clay, this deodorant cream uses dietary magnesium and arrowroot powder to help control moisture and odor. Nourishing plant oils and butters soothe and condition the skin while a potent blend of essential oils keeps you smelling fresh throughout the day.
This deodorant cream works by creating an environment where bacteria won’t thrive, resulting in a decrease in odor. The main ingredients essentially make your skin too salty for the bacteria already on your skin to feed on, thus creating no smell. Plus the essential oils including grapefruit, bergamot, lavender and tea tree are antibacterial and function in a similar way by creating a hostile environment for the bacteria to thrive.
You might be thinking spreading your underarms with a cream will create an unnecessary messy situation, however, this cream does apply easily, can be used in multiple areas on the body and might be worth keeping a towel close at hand if needed. It is recommended to apply a pea-sized amount with clean fingers, warm the cream between your fingers and split it between both hands. Gently rub the cream into your skin until you can longer see it and use any excess from your hands behind your knees, on the bottoms of your feet, on your scalp, decolletage or anywhere else you might fear experiencing any specific, unwanted odors.