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Home Made Natural and effective Deodorant and Cracked Heels

    • This Natural Home Made Deodorant works better than anything else I have ever used.

    • It is all natural and good for you. I have also found that it sorts out cracked heals on many of my patients.
    • Once you have made it up it will be a dry powdery substance with some oils and essential oils in it- just put some in your palm- then add just a tad of water- mix around in your hands and then rub on where you want it under the arms- then you can do separately for your feet if they have cracked heals.
    • Once you have made it up it will last for months. Also I have found it works much better than any other deodorant and also even can work for days whereas other deodorants work only for hours.
    • The best thing is that this deodorant is actually good for you. I believe is somehow helps detoxing- i have noticed this through kinesiology when treating patients for toxins- when they use this the toxins clear quicker. Also remember the heart meridian goes into the armpit so imagine rather than putting harmful chemical straight into your heart meridian you are putting healthy substances that helps your heart and arteries.
    • Just watch your clothes- it wont stain them at all- but when you put water on the mix- it becomes clear- but when it dries on clothes it looks white (but comes of easily). So you dont want that look- just be careful to get it on you and not your clothes.
    • Corn starch 50%
    • Baking soda 50%
    • Coconut oil
    • Essential oils  for fungal use Clove oil tea tree a touch of eucalyptus - I have personally found the doTerra oils that we have available at the clinic work extra good. Some of these essential oils are so pure that many of them can even in minute doses be taken internally for therapeutic purposes.
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    • Vitamin E (opt. adds softness!)
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    • An empty container to be filled with your new deodorant


Some great essential oils for deodorant also act as antimicrobials (since bacteria is what causes the smell, using something to wipe them out is even better!) While the oils of bay, cinnamon, clove and thyme are the most inhibitory, they can also lead to major sensitivity in the pit-ular area. 

Tea tree, sandalwood, lavender, lemon, and neem oils are all good alternatives. Use one, none, or create your own blend!

Combine 1/4 cup (60mL) cornstarch with 1/4 cup baking soda.

Add essential oils - I used 8 drops of lavender with 3 drops of sandalwood.

Add 2 Tablespoons coconut oil and a few drops of vitamin E oil (optional).

Mush the ingredients together until they start to form a silky mass. Add more of the coconut oil or dry ingredients to adjust. Then you're ready to start packing it in to your container.
Odor is caused by bacteria, not by sweating. The essential oils I mentioned are great antimicrobials and should do a real number on all that nasty bacteria. But I do look forward to hearing about some of the more interesting scents you all try too!

This product will not keep you from sweating. Aluminum is the key ingredient in antiperspirant, and that's the bad guy in our story here.