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© Provided by Associated News Although you may think using a deodorant is good for your hygiene, it could be doing more harm to your body. In general, deodorants and antiperspirants are safe products for most people in good health to use. However, if you have an allergy or other health condition that could be affected by the ingredients in deodorant, it’s best to discuss this with your doctor. Do you have questions about deodorant’s impact on your health?

Deodorant could do more harm to the body than good, new research has suggested. The study, published in the Peerj journal, concluded that d eodorant affects how microbiomes Using deodorant and antiperspirants could be DANGEROUS to your health DAILY use of deodorant could be doing more harm than good to your health, according to a new scientific report.

Although you may think using a deodorant is good for your hygiene, it could be doing more harm to your body. A normal part of a daily routine for most people involves a quick spray of a deodorant or a swipe of a roll-on. No one likes the idea of literally hanging around like a bad smell and so we take the necessary steps to prevent it. Mainstream or conventional deodorants come loaded with synthetic ingredients; which have been proven to do more harm than good.

For health-conscious people, natural deodorant is the best alternative to harmful chemicals. Is Your Daily Deodorant Routine Doing More Harm Than Good? Next – a lot of conventional antiperspirant deodorants have a lot of hidden nasties in them, that when used daily for long periods of time, may not be the best idea for our bodies. For example aluminium (which blocks the sweat gland). This is a fascinating episode on how our super clean, ultra-squeaky, anti-bacterial lives may be doing more harm than good.

Andrea also tested out MotherDirt products for the last month and reported on her results on our Facebook page. Head to. Good news—your pits will survive. sweat levels and your B.O. if the deodorant that you typically wear is an antiperspirant versus an aluminum-free option, since these formulas do more than. Deodorant and antiperspirant could be harmful to your health, a new study suggests.

The substances may allow potentially dangerous bacteria to grow in users’ underarms, according to the research by.

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I stopped using conventional deodorant because I learned how it can clog the lymphatic system and sweat glands with aluminum and other heavy metals.

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Although this material provides deodorant properties due to its antibacterial action, it has insufficient antiperspirant effectiveness, and is not an approved active per the Antiperspirant Drug Products Monograph of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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In fact 40 per cent of the chemicals added to products like deodorant end up in the air we breathe.

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In this case the antiperspirant active has only deodorizing properties and nearly no impact on the eccrine sweat glands.

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With almost 70 years of use for antiperspirant actives, there is almost no association with adverse affects when properly used in the underarm area.

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Commercial deodorants leave chemicals on the skin that kill odor—causing bacteria, making them effective at masking underarm odor in most people.

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Can too much antiperspirant cause me to overheat?

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With almost 70 years of use for antiperspirant actives, there is almost no association with adverse effects

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And I definitely put it to use, starting with the deodorant first, a luxury that I rarely had at the compound.

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I happily destroy the ozone by spraying on my favorite aerosol deodorant and sneer at the dumbbells who use the nauseating roll-on brands (3), the kind that retain stray underarm hairs from past use to remind you just how imperfect the human body really is.

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  • Now that the anti-bacterial soaps have been banned in just 1 year there has been a 30% increase in preventable skin disease and a 10% increase in flesh-eating bacteria. Anti Bacterial agents killed germs and had nothing to do with Anti-Biotic resistance. Dead is dead, nothing got stronger or immune. Nobody is immune to death. People say there are studies but when researching there were only a few with a false premise and agenda that people got behind. In five more years when the numbers are beyond epidemic for MARSA and other preventable diseases will we hold the people who created false studies accountable?

  • One thing i’ve noticed, is that using deoderant causes the to stink. By using deodorant, you end up having BO. Maybe it’s by design, so you end up using a deoderant, then you stink, so you keep buying more. I stopped using deoderant quite a few years back, and haven’t had any foul sweaty smells ever since.

  • Loreal 3 in 1 for men makes my skin itch so much under there. Even when I don’t use much of it.
    It smells so nice though. Maybe it’s the purfume in it that makes it itch.

  • All these shitty animated so-called “debunking” vids are completely full of it. Oh ok so “don’t inhale contents-can be harmful or fatal”…warning makes sense, but spray it liberally on your skin many times a day letting it soak in to your skin……is fine?!
    Dousing yourself multiple times daily with known toxic chemical cocktails is definitely cancer causing.

  • Holy crap people are stupid. If it doesn’t make some kind of sense to you that…..dousing yourself multiple times daily in known toxic chemical cocktails causes a high risk of cancer?

    Never mind. Keep doing it.

  • I just had trouble with deodorant I got a big red bump underneath my underarms had to go to the doctor ended up on antibiotics. So yes deodorant can be a problem

  • Aluminium deoderant is the best, It doesnt cause anything bad AND MAKES U SMELL SO GOOD. My nans been using it for 64 years, and 7ve been using it for 6 years it’s good ��

  • There are natural alternatives made of natural rock crystals for about the same price. So why put chemicals on your underarms, especially aluminium-based ones that may be absorbed by the skin and have estrogen-like (hormonal) effects?!
    Oh… and I’m European and use deodorant. Stop coming up with “facts” which are not real. Then again, Americans are excellent at that!

  • I disagree. This shit is still full of chemicals and therefore it’s better to use a natural replacement. The less chemicals we have in and on our body, the better.