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Baking Soda Deodorant Rash Solved Here’s a portion of a conversation I had with a customer about his experience with a deodorant rash: Hi Brenda, Recently I’ve developed a rash on my armpits. I am not sure why all the sudden but I suspect the heat in combination with the deodorant is what’s causing it all of the sudden. I have tried to dial back the amount I use which helps a bit Hi Alan, Thanks for writing about your concern. First, I think the rash might be caused exactly for the reasons you describe. Also, is there a chance, because

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Causes of Baking Soda Deodorant Rash

4 Possible Causes of Baking Soda Deodorant Rash Not many studies have been conducted on topical application of baking soda or baking soda deodorant rashes. This is unfortunate becasue my deodorant fights smell on several levels but  the most effective ingredient is the baking soda. Baking Soda is highly alkaline. Body odor is caused by acid loving bacteria. Our sweat is acidic. Bu creating an alkaline environment on sweaty areas, we provide an inhospitable place for body odor causing bacteria. The challenge is to find a way to get make the sweaty underarms stay alkaline long enough to be effective and

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Under Arm Darkening

Christina wrote and said: Hi I do want to tell you that first off I really do love the products I purchased from you. Especially the deodorant.. BUT I am noticing that it is causing darkening of my skin obviously my underarms. What I do is I’ll just skip a couple days of deodorant all together since your formula has done something where I don’t need to all the time. After skipping the darkening goes away. Has anyone else had this issue? Any recommendations? Thanks so much for reaching out and asking about this. Actually, I had that issue early

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Baking Soda Rash Experience

Here is a place I will post comments, suggestions or insights from customers who worked through irritation from the baking soda. I am getting from those people who rash using my regular deodorant. Feel free to add a comment (if I’ve managed to get the comment section working :):  I tried this and I didn’t smell all day, I didn’t sweat very much at all. I love the scent, It works. Now to be honest my underarms were sensitive when I used this deodorant.I can’t speak for any one else or tell any one that this will work for them, but,

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My Rashes

I’ve been using my deodorant for much longer then I’ve been selling it, about 5 years longer.  Over those years, i have rashed about 4 times. I wish I could remember what I did exactly to get through it. I suspect I just use much less and diluted it with Aloe. I have no idea why I rashed and no idea if I just got used to the deodorant or it was just a temporary body chemistry thing or what. I also wish I knew if a person can work through the rashing. As a responsible person, I can not

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Stop Under Arm Rashing From Deodorant

Clara G writes: Hey there! I purchased your deodorant lotion recently, and it works well! The only issue I have is it gives me a terrible burning rash under my arms. I noticed it the first day I wore it, and the more days in a row I wear it the worse the rash gets. I waited for the first rash to go away and then I tried creating a barrier between my skin and the deodorant by applying a good amount of pure Shea butter but it didn’t help prevent the rash. Have you heard of this before? Is

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Baking Soda Rash Due to High Skin Alkalinity?

It’s just a theory but, I think your ability to tolerate a baking soda-based deodorants is related to how acid your skin is.  The “acid barrier” we all create is good at protecting us from some bacteria and germs and unwanted parasites. However some bacteria like the acid or are acidic like  Corynebacterium and  Staphylococcus epidermidis and these cause what we recognize as body odor. So, when we apply a alkaline substance under our arms we either prevent or thwart the  bacteria from emitting smells. Given that each of us is different, some of us are more acidic then others, no matter what we

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Can Natural Deodorant Work Better than Commercial Deodorant?

When I first started making and selling my deodorant, Tammy wrote questioning whether I was being honest with my ingredients. She asked me how could a real natural deodorant work better than commercial deodorant. Is is completely non-toxic really? I don’t understand how it is possible that your deodorant works better than any commercial deodorant I have ever used without using any toxic sounding chemicals. TAMMY B. I had wondered the same thing. What was the catch? How could my deodorant work so much better than commercial deodorants? Making Natural Deodorant versus Manufacturing Commercial Deodorant Over time and doing research

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Antiperspirants and Axillary Granulomata

I’ve heard from several customers who tell me of their “allergy” to commercial antiperspirants. They describe swelling bumps under the arms after application. When I come across an interesting study or some information about this, I’d like to post it or post a link. I found this report regarding aluminium zirconium applied with a spray, which isn’t the common application method anymore. However, those who gets bumps from antiperspirants may find it interesting. 1652 BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL VOLUME 288 2 JUNE 1984 Department of Rheumatology, Manchester Medical School, Manchester M13 9PT SIMON WILLIAMS, medical student A J FREEMONT, MB, lecturer

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