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How Dangerous Is Your Deodorant?

Toxic Deodorant Chemicals

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  • Habitual use of deodorants and antiperspirants has a significant effect on armpit bacterial density and variation
  • Aluminum in antiperspirants is known to accumulate in breast tissue and may be linked to an increased cancer risk
  • Antiperspirants block sweat production in your underarms; sweating helps your body to eliminate toxins, which supports proper immune function and helps prevent diseases related to toxic overload

By Dr. Mercola

Americans spend $18 billion a year on deodorant and antiperspirant in a quest to cover up body odor and reduce sweating. For many, applying deodorant is a regular part of their morning routine, but it hasn't always been this way.

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