Successfully switching to healthy deodorants

Traditional deodorants have made a splash in the online news cycle lately due to the recent discoveries that compounds that are inside deodorants are dangerous to your health. So when all natural deodorants hit the spotlight, a lot of people tried them out and found out that they require maintenance and that they simply didn’t work.

But that couldn’t be further from the truth. Natural deodorant is effective. All you have to do is learn how to make it work!

At some point, it’s likely that you’ve excitedly tried to switch up useful but dangerous deodorant you’ve been poisoning yourself with you entire life. Sadly, you found out that the natural solution led to sweaty armpits that emitted some upsetting unpleasant smells. The results are switching back to the chemicals that help us make it through the day comfortably.

Many people report that they wish there was a way to switch over to natural formulas for deodorants but that they simply don’t work. Luckily, there’s a guide that allows you to use the natural solution so that it works. It’s not a type of use and forget about its method, but the benefits from switching over from the antiperspirant chemicals are undeniable.

Without further ado, here’s an unofficial guide to natural deodorant.

1. Buy a Proven Deodorant.

When you make it to the store, and you pick up your favorite deodorant, it’s pretty safe to say that if you felt like switching everything up, you’ll get an effective product. This is not at all the case when you switch over to a natural solution. It’s crucial that you do plenty of research before you buy, but a few great brands are the Rocky Mountain make your own effective natural remedy.

2. Stay Clean.

When you’re using a natural approach to deodorant, it’s important to make sure you leave the shower completely fresh. Ensure you get your armpits incredibly clean to make sure you don’t have any odor build up over a couple of days. If you detect any smelly pits throughout the day, simply wash them up with good old fashioned soap and water then apply some apple cider vinegar to your arms. Then re-apply your deodorant and you’ll be good to go.

3. Apply more than once.

When you use a more healthy approach, the truth is it simply does not last all day. So if you’re going to be out and about during the day, take your natural remedy and apply it a few times throughout the day to keep your body fresh. Also, if you choose to buy a liquid remedy, it’s important to let it dry out before your put on your shirt.

4. Wear natural fabrics.

Believe it or not, natural fabrics like bamboo, cotton, and even wool create better air flow allowing your body to release moisture instead of allowing your armpit to become a swamp that’s trapped with heat and moisture. Natural clothes also tend to smell better over time allowing a win-win situation for the natural deodorant.

5. Eating Healthily

Staying properly hydrated actually has a huge effect in the odors you emit throughout the day. When your body is functioning properly, water actually dilutes the odors that tend to occur if you live a certain lifestyle. It’s also important to note that foods can make you smell terrible, also so be on the lookout for smelly culprits before you eat them. A couple of examples that don’t tend to mix well with our odor emissions are Brocolli, red meat, curry and even alcohol.

6. Feeling Damp is OK.

Growing up, it was worrisome if our armpits start to feel damp but that isn’t actually a problem like we previously believed. This is because a damp armpit doesn’t automatically create a smelly armpit. Using natural solutions can create a different result for you, but that doesn’t mean it’s not effective. It’s just a different style of application to odor, so don’t worry.

7. Give It Time.

After using powerful chemicals for your entire life, it takes a little bit of time for your armpits to adjust to a healthy but effective solution. Your pores have been blocked and damaged for decades, so they need time to filter out. The truth is that using your old deodorant is the result of the wretched smells that exit after your body has time to heal. Years of odors have been trapped inside your body that desperately needs to be emitted from you. After your body actually recovers, you’ll notice that your sweat is pretty normal. It just requires patience.

If you’re looking for a way to transition from your old deodorant, wash off your deodorant after you get home and wind down for the evening and start letting your pores and your body recover. Even though it takes a little bit longer, it gives your body time to release all of the locked up toxins that have been building up throughout the years. A good way to flush out your body is to hit the gym or find another sweaty activity that will allow you to flush your system.

The best way and quickest way to flush your system is to hit the sauna. When you transition from your old ways of doing things, patience will be your biggest asset. Don’t think things will change overnight but the good news is that the longer you use natural remedies, the more effective they will be over time and the healthier you’ll be over time. If you commit to using the natural deodorant, you’ll find a way to manage the lifestyle that comes with. Even though we’re used to the set and forget methods, natural solutions don’t require too much work.



fmssolution is one of the authors writing for Outdoor Revival