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Reviews of Natural Deodorants

Tried, True, and Reviewed: Natural Deodorants

Here's a look at natural deodorants from OnSugar blog The BrownFace B.E.E.:

Once you go natural (with your hair), I think something is stirred inside you to go natural with everything else. Well, at least for me. One of the first things (after my hair) that I went natural with was my deodorant. My husband has not used any antiperspirant or deodorants in like 15 years, and believe it or not, he does not smell (um, there are those days, but it is so not as bad as you would think). His was not a natural choice, but he realized that the antiperspirants were messing up the underarms of his light-colored shirts.

Find out more when you keep reading.

I've tried a number of brands that can be found in any local drugstore and Whole Foods. What I've found with most natural products is that you have to keep reapplying throughout the day, and end up smelling musty anyway. I found a really good one by Adidas, which wasn't completely natural, but did not contain aluminum zirconium (the ingredient that keeps you from sweating and keeping the funk away) in it. For those of you that don't know, there is a link between aluminums and breast cancer. Anywho, the Adidas was the first brand that I tried that I didn't have to reapply. [I] went to the gym and it was still going strong. Ninety degree weather — no problem. But after I moved to Philly, I could not find it anymore. So, there led me on another search for deodorants. Here are three that I've been reviewing for a couple of weeks.

Be sure to check out her reviews of these different natural deodorants here. And remember, if you'd like to become part of our OnSugar community, too, we'd love to hear from you. Just start a blog of your own. You might even be featured here on Bella!

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