You’ve probably been thinking about making the switch to natural deodorant for some time now. A few months ago you read that article stating the aluminum in your go-to brand is linked to cancer; then of course there’s that rash you sometimes get after you apply; you've noticed the “fresh” scent isn't natural; you're irritated by the streaks and stains your current product leaves on your shirt; and recently you've started getting that nagging feeling that whatever it is you are using now might be keeping sweat and odor at bay, but it really isn’t all that good for you. You find yourself standing in the cosmetic section of your local health foods store, or googling “the best natural deodorant”. There seems to be dozens of options and you don’t know if any of them actually work. You are overwhelmed by the pastes, sprays, roll-ons. What makes a good natural deodorant? How do they work? Which one should you be using?
Well here's the long and short of it. Are all “Natural” deodorants paraben and aluminum-free? No. Are all "natural" deodorants safe and effective? No. Are all "natural" deodorants actually "natural"? No! So why try Benedetta's The "Best" Deodorant? Here are 4 reasons!
Not all “Natural” deodorants are created equal. Some still have parabens although most do not have aluminum. It's taken far too long for the medical community to finally admit that deodorants were toxic for consumers to in turn demand cleaner, more natural products.
The parabens and aluminum found in conventional deodorant are definitely something to be concerned about. The compounds used in these deodorants to block the sweat ducts have been found to mimic estrogen, which promotes growth of breast cancer cells. Furthermore, ingredients like propylene glycol and other petrochemical derivatives are neurotoxins and known irritants. And triclosan, well let's just say if it's banned in commercial soaps, you definitely don't want this in your deodorant. Benedetta's The "Best" Deodorant is free from all of these nasty chemicals that are often found in major brand products and unfortunately some natural alternatives.
The "Best" Deodorant is composed entirely of organic and biodynamic Farm-Sourced® ingredients, a majority of which is grown and processed right here in Sonoma County. Our unique and purely authentic formula specifically targets the bacteria that causes odor; created holistically to allow the body to come into balance safely and effectively. That means no horrible cancer causing ingredients and, more importantly, our formula is super gentle even for the most sensitive of skin. Our The "Best" Deodorant also happens to be 92% Biodynamic which is just an added bonus.
If you have sensitive skin you have probably had a reaction to your conventional deodorant at some point. Parabens, chemical fillers, and artificial fragrances and preservatives can easily irritate the delicate skin in your armpit, leading to rashes and a variety of allergic reactions. If you have very sensitive skin always wait a few minutes after shaving and allow your armpit area to dry completely before applying deodorant. Alcohol, even plant alcohol can sometimes sting a little on freshly shaven skin. Plus, our The "Best" Deodorant is quick drying so no airing out those pitts before getting dressed.
The ingredients in The "Best" Deodorant leave no gel or unsightly white chalky residue on your clothes; your little black dress will thank you. Our formula also prevents the yellowing and discoloration that can occur on the inside of your shirt sleeves from using conventional deodorants. Once you make the switch to our botanical deodorant you’ll be a fan for life.
Please note: Although the aroma in The "Best" Deodorant is not a fragrance but a synergy of precise active ingredients, (as with all Benedetta preparations), those with high sensitivity to essential oils may need a period of adjustment. Please contact us for more information.
Disclaimer: The information provided on the Benedetta website are for educational purposes only and IS NOT intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical advice from your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.