The medium chain fatty acids work as an antimicrobial agent to help kill bacteria and other viruses. It is very similar to our natural sebum secretion. All of the properties of coconut oil leads to moisturized skin.
The amino acids and vitamins in this oil go on light and smooth and help the more solid or thick oils penetrate more deeply. It absorbs easily and softens very well. The emollient properties in almond oil helps to improve skin tone and complexion. Suitable for all skin types.
Contains Omega 3, 6, & 9. It is one of the oldest used Ayurvedic therapeutic & medicinal oils. Neem oil is also said to have antiviral, antifungal, antimicrobial, antibacterial, as well as provide soothing & pain relief properties
Remarkable topical healing agent with skin healing, antineuralgic, anti-inﬂammatory, antimicrobial, antibiotic, and antioxidant properties”. The healing properties of this oil truly are incredible, and with such a sensitive part of the body, of course you would want something proven to be healing AND antimicrobial in nature!
High in vitamins A and E and is incredibly soothing for your skin. Sounds like a good thing to put in such a vulnerable place, like your armpits, huh!?
Does not clog pores, but it does help the moisturizing properties of the butters and oils in this recipe to ‘lock’ into your skin so they can do their jobs.
Not only helps to serve as a thickener in this deodorant, but it also has the power to help draw out toxins.
DIATOMACEOUS EARTH (DE)
Almost entirely silica, which is a crucial trace element needed by our bodies, and one in which many are deﬁcient. Helps with sensitive areas of skin that might become rashy and it also helps to draw out toxins.
Clays are known for drawing out impurities. No more perfect place to pull out impurities than under our arms
FRANKINCENSE, BERGAMOT, CEDAR ESSENTIAL OIL These three essential oils have anti fungal, anti inflammatory, antioxidant, antiseptic, and astringent properties.