Sunday, July 12, 2015

Crystal Deodorant #CrystalDeodorant

Combats Odor Naturally - No Aluminum

Did you know that there is a big difference between antiperspirant and deodorant? Antiperspirants work by preventing perspiration from occurring. Deodorants allow perspiration but block odor.

Deodorants accomplish this by killing the bacteria that cause odor. From a purely natural standpoint, it makes more sense for us to use deodorants, as it is a more natural process.

Deodorants containing aluminum has been associated with a variety of negative health issues, including: Breast Cancer; Alzheimer’s disease; Bone Disorders; and Kidney Problems. That is why I am so happy with Crystalline Salts – Naturally Purifying.

It is a premium quality rock salt solution to underarm odor. It leaves no stains and dries instantly. Most importantly, this product is free of ALL chemicals (Paraben, alcohol, and aluminum chlorohydrate free). Preventing odor causing bacteria naturally affords me peace of mind!

Tip: You can use this product on your body and feet.

Product Description

Crystal Deodorant  #CrystalDeodorant

A natural mineral salt deodorant. The mineral salts are harvested in the mountains of Thailand and purified and molded into Crystal Deodorant stones.

Benefits of This Deodorant:

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  • - Leaves no stains
  • - Dries instantly without any sticky residue
  • - Long lasting (Will last for over a year)
  • - Durable in the sun
  • - Never tested on animals
  • - Ideal for humid conditions
  • - Heavy duty. Perfect for athletes
  • - Does not clog pores. Allows skin to breath
  • - No parabens, chemicals or synthetics
  • - Alcohol and aluminum chlorohydrate free
  • - Perfect to take when backpacking, camping or hiking

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