Don't block your sweat, dress it with natural aromas!

Nie blokuj swojego potu, ubierz go w naturalne aromaty!

Sweating is our personal, internal air conditioning system that ensures that we do not overheat at the most inopportune moment. Works while running and exercising at the gym. Then we feel that everything is fine with us - and even more - it is a sign that the training is going (or is running) in the right direction. But our body often turns on "air conditioning" also during... a date or an important business meeting. Then we strive to limit this process as much as possible, because although sweat is really necessary, its smell does not necessarily fit into the canons of social etiquette.

The year 1903 - a short, slightly smelly story

The world was to enter the 20th century without any "stench". The first antiperspirant, cleverly named Everdry, entered the scene with the promise of keeping sweat behind bars thanks to aluminum salts. Initially, he was met with some skepticism - after all, who would want to inhibit the natural processes of their body? However, with the growing popularity of balls, parties and social life in general, antiperspirants have become the hit of the season. However, they disappeared faster than they appeared due to their extremely irritating properties. However, the world did not let go of the "stinking case". Antiperspirants made a comeback almost several decades later. Everyone wanted to have their armpits under control, especially in the hot summer or during hectic dancing. The story of Everdry is a reminder of how much our societal approach to hygiene has changed and how much we care about feeling fresh in every situation.

But wait...

Let's go back to modern times. As a society, we have discovered that blocking sweat is actually not the best idea for a long-term relationship with our bodies. That's when natural deodorants entered the scene, smilingly saying: "Don't worry, I'll take care of it."

Differences between natural deodorant and antiperspirant

Natural deodorants are the hipsters in the world of care products - they don't block the sweating process because they know it's cool. Instead, they take bad odor and turn it into something you can proudly display on the subway at 7 a.m., all day at work, and then again on the subway at 2 p.m. (hehe, okay, closer to 5 p.m. :00 🙃).

Antiperspirants act as an overly controlling partner - "Sweat, I'm sorry, but you stay at home...". And we know it never ends well.

Who's who at this party, i.e. the main ingredients of natural deodorants

The list of guests at the party is long, but each has a role:

  • Starch : Your personal bodyguard against moisture. Absorbs excess to prevent wet spots on your shirt.
  • Baking Soda : An odor neutralizer that takes no prisoners. It creates an unfavorable environment for the development of bacteria responsible for the stink.
  • Diatomaceous earth : Absorbs moisture like a pro, while being as delicate as grandma's compote.
  • Essential oils (e.g. lavender, verbena, lime, cinnamon, etc.) : They add character to your armpits that even the busiest nostrils will remember positively.
  • White Clay : A miracle worker at absorbing oil and dirt from pores while being gentle on the skin. Recognized as one of the most gentle detoxifying ingredients, white clay adds a velvety smoothness to the skin.
  • Potassium alum : A natural stone with antibacterial properties that prevents unpleasant odors without blocking skin pores. It's like a security guard who lets good guests in and leaves the bad ones at the door. PS. In the INCI composition (in Latin) it is called "Potassium alum." hence it is often confused with "aluminum" by the untrained eye. You won't make that mistake again. 🙂
  • D-panthenol : The superhero of skin regeneration that soothes and moisturizes. It's like a balm after a long day - it soothes, regenerates and makes the skin ready for new challenges.
  • Coconut oil : Not just for the kitchen (though you can use it in the kitchen). This oil has moisturizing and antibacterial properties, making it a great ingredient in deodorants. It makes the skin smooth and protects against bacteria, and it smells like a tropical island.
  • Shea butter : Not the main invited guest at this party. This is a bartender preparing a nutritional cocktail for your skin. It intensively moisturizes, regenerates and protects the skin, and also has anti-inflammatory properties.

How to use natural cream deodorants

It's as easy as scrolling through TikTok (even ours 😀). In the morning, wash your armpits with water. While your skin is still slightly damp (but not wet), take a dab of deo cream and massage it into your underarms. You don't need much, just the tip of your finger - unless you're planning a marathon, then you can give a little more. In the evening, if necessary, you can repeat the ritual after bathing.

Summary (as befits an essay)

By choosing natural deodorants, you decide to live in harmony with the nature of your body. They allow your body to do its thing while ensuring that you smell like a lavender garden and not like a dirty gym. So if you're looking for something that will treat your armpits with the respect they deserve, natural deodorants are the way to go.

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