... and wash the underarm area with Drysol on it?
Not a lot of users mention about using other deodorants ... but some of them have said that they use regular deodorants in between using Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate. It is best to ask your dermatologist.
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DEODORANTS are typically alcohol-based products and kill the bacteria that feast on human sweat and release the resulting body odor - deodorants were primarily replaced with antiperspirants since early 60s. ANTIPERSPIRANTS, on the other hand, are aluminum-based and are designed to plug the sweat ducts and therefore, blocking the sweat from reaching the skin’s surface. It’s best to avoid them both – alcohol is a known skin irritant and aluminum is considered toxic to human body. My husband recently switched to using the deodorant that I’ve been using for many years since my first pregnancy – it’s called Deodomom from www.30someweeks.com. It’s not only aluminum free, it’s also free of alcohol and scent/fragrance (another skin irritant). Unlike most other “natural” products, we have found Deodomom very effective – even for my husband who is lot more active that I am. Good luck.
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