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Deodorants For Psoriasis
Of course, research on such things is always mixed, so I`m not saying you should scream in horror and throw your deodorant out the window. For some skin types the baking soda is the irritating component in this recipe and that ingredient alone can be the reason for the irritation. One problem I`ve noticed though is that at warmer temperature, the deodorant melts and separates which is a pain.
But, as time went on, I knew I wanted to have an alternative to deodorant that I could use when I felt like I needed it. I finally got around to making my own, and it worked really well, and best of all, lasted for a really long time. The essential oil is more for a yummy smell (and some do have properties which would help under the arms, but not necessary). Well, I was on Pinterest (that dreaded, yet wonderful site) and when looking for soap recipes, came across a recipe for homemade deodorant.
I ran out of Shea butter so I used only cocoa butter and I mixed with my beaters like I do the lotion. Hey, I was wondering what brand of E oil you buy, I saw on another post that you said you get it on Amazon and I was wondering what kind of quality I should be looking for. Heat coconut oil , beeswax , and shea butter in a glass bowl over a pot of water so it is warmed gently by the steam. Just rub a little shea butter under your arm, like a lotion, then dab your fingertips in baking soda and dab it around under your arms where you`d normally put deodorant. I have been using this deodorant recipe for about a year now, and it`s awesome.
Place the cocoa butter, shea butter, and coconut oil in the top of a double boiler and heat until everything is melted, remove from heat and add the dry ingredients and essential oil, stir very well to combine. For additional cleaning of the air itself, essential oil diffusers and air purifiers are both great
. I bought a cheap 4€ bottle of KTC 100% Pure Coconut Oil but have just realised that is says ‘flavourless oil` on the back. I`ve come to the conclusion that the baking soda is just too abrasive for me. I do have very sensitive skin, so it makes sense.
Now that you know
how to make homemade deodorant
go and make yourself a batch, and keep your pits stink free without all those extra chemicals. The starch and baking soda help absorb sweat and the shea butter, coconut oil, and vitamin E oil help to moisturize your skin. Coconut oil has some nice antimicrobial properties that help shelf life and curb odor, but if you know your skin doesn`t like it, you could try jojoba oil instead — which mimics human sebum. The problem with bentonite clay is it turns dark gray when wet and all the arm pits of my shirts turned black :-(. That is probably the best solution if you`re hoping to use it in a deodorant stick container. Even if your natural deodorant is made up of all essential oils, alcohol could be lurking in the ingredients.
I should also confess that sometimes I don`t make my own deodorant anymore since finding a pre-made option that uses the same ingredients and smells incredible ! I love Bubble and Bee deodorant as well, but I have been using their geranium and lime. The baking soda is for help with body odor and the corn starch/arrowroot is to thicken so that you can apply it like regular deodorant. I have also used pure coconut oil in a pinch but in the summer coconut oil tends to liquefy at room temperature. For those of you that prefer a deodorant with baking soda, I`ll share my old recipe with you here. With just 5 tbsp coconut oil mine ended up still basically a powder — albeit a powder I could mash together. I like to mix mine with the coconut oil melted as I find the mixture to be more consistent that way. I also add a tablespoon of raw Shea butter to the coconut oil over a double boiler and add the other ingredients (tea tree EO, lavender EO) then pour into a small mason jar.
A key ingredient in clean deodorant, baking soda can be used on its own for a simple doedorant as a paste made with water. The obvious reason to choose gel deodorant over those in a stick form is the residue left behind. Remember that at room temperature the deodorant will be soft (which I prefer,) but if you want it to be more solid, store it in the fridge.
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