5 natural deodorants to say goodbye to bad odors under the armpits | Natural Health


5 natural deodorants to say goodbye to bad odors under the armpits | Natural Health

In addition to eliminating bad odors under the armpits with ingredients such as baking soda, it can also be done with the accumulation of dead cells that darken the area.

Deodorants have become the most used products in the world because, by aesthetics or hygiene, everyone wants to remove at all costs the bad body odor.

On the market, there are different presentations and brands that, over time, have conquered consumers because of their efficiency.

The problem is that it has been shown that many of their components could become toxic and in fact, some may even be related to the development of diseases.

Fortunately, there are some 100% natural alternatives whose composition can neutralize bad odors without causing undesirable effects.

They can be made at home and its ingredients are very easy to acquire in the market……For more watch a video in detail.

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