The MUST-HAVE “ARMPIT DETOX”
If you are new to natural deodorants or have been looking around for one, you may be aware of the stinky ‘transition period’ during which your body adjusts to using a natural deodorant in place of your previous ones. This can be an awkward time to get through as no-one wants to have bad smelling armpits in a business meeting or in public.
This is where our ‘Armpit Detox’ provides an unmatched value. Not only does it eliminate the whole transition period, meaning that our deodorant is effective immediately, but it is also a fun, novel experience for a part of the body that doesn’t normally get this kind of attention. Treat yourself to an armpit mask with Mayan Red Clay and Volcanic Sulphur and see the difference for yourself.
Why it works - the clay is rich is calcite, iron and other minerals and has a low PH which is unusual for a clay - often clay masks recommend combining with apple cider vinegar or other low PH product in order to lower the PH. The lower PH is important because the higher (more alkaline) the PH of the skin, the more possibility there is of body-odor producing bacteria. The yin to the clay’s yang is the volcanic sulfur, hand collected from the active volcanoes in Guatemala. Sulphur works to dry out problem areas while exfoliating and shedding dead skin cells to make way for newer healthy skin, which kills bacteria and prevents it from spreading.
Instructions: Mix the contents of the sachet with a little water to make a paste. Apply the paste to the armpits and let it dry for 10-15min. Rinse in the shower.
cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, theobroma cacao (cocoa butter)seed butter, cera alba (beeswax), sodium bicarbonate, maranta arundinacea (arrowroot) root powder,zinc oxide, ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax, bursera fagaroides (copal), limón (lemongrass) cymbopogon schoenanthusoil, lactobacillus ferment, citrus grandis (grapefruit) seed extract, tocopherol, melaleuca alternafolia (tea tree) leaf oil.
HOW TO USE
Warm a small amount between your fingers then massage into the skin of your armpits. It may feel a tiny bit sticky for the first couple of minutes (because of the beeswax), but this passes as it is absorbed. Re-apply as necessary.