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5 Ingredients That Make Your Deodorant Dangerous

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  • Antiperspirants and deodorants have become a part of everyday living, used to stem both odor and sweat production
  • When sweat from your apocrine glands meets bacteria living in your underarms, the metabolites create a pungent odor
  • You can reduce that odor by changing the foods you eat, stress reduction, evaluating your medications and using natural products under your arms

By Dr. Mercola

Using antiperspirant and deodorant has become second nature to most people. Advertisers have been making arguments against your natural balanced scent to convince you to purchase their fragrant antiperspirants and deodorants, promising everything from matchmaking to self-confidence to result from their use.

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