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deodorants

Preparations of aluminium or zinc salts that act mainly by reducing the production of sweat secretion from the glands in the armpits and groins (apocrine sweat). Apocrine sweat contains ingredients that are broken down by skin bacteria to produce unpleasant-smelling compounds.
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So, how bad are traditional deodorants for your health?
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BLACK Chicken Remedies have produced a rub-on, aluminium-and-toxin-free deodorant they claim is as effective as many of the more familiar - and not so natural - varieties so widely used.
For those who prefer a spray deodorant or a quick freshen-up this is great.
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Please enjoy this hard working natural deodorant sent to you from a caring friend," the Daily Mail reported
Like all of its products, Tom's of Maine's new men's deodorant line contains no animal ingredients and is never tested on animals.
VERDICT: I'm very picky when it comes to deodorants - I always go for a strong one.
I READ recently that deodorants can cause breast cancer and now I'm terrified.
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