The Dreaded Detox

One of the biggest concerns people have when switching to natural deodorant is the dreaded “detox period.” Often, they give up too soon. Natural deodorant can and does work. Stick with it.

Baking Soda: Why We Don't Use It

Many natural deodorant brands depend on baking soda as their active ingredient. And for good reason; it really does work. Baking soda creates an alkaline environment in your pits that inhibits bacteria. However, there is a downside.

Deodorant and Breastfeeding

Depending on who you ask, there are a number of things to avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

There are the usual things pediatricians recommend you limit – alcohol, caffeine and even certain types of fish – but with current emphasis on using cleaner and natural formulations mothers are starting to...

Conditions Have Changed

A common misconception about natural deodorant is that it stops working because your body has become resistant or immune to its deodorizing properties. If you find your natural deodorant has suddenly stopped working, it's likely the condition of your skin has changed — not your deodorant.