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3 Best Essential Oils For Cleaning
If you make your own cleaning products, you likely love that you can get your home sparkling clean without any dangerous chemicals, like those found in most name brand cleaning products You also probably know that homemade cleaners can smell pretty...blah. Soap recipes for the serious minded can be found all over the web (they`re lengthy) but soap combinations were dreamed up of my favorite things: a goat milk-based chai spice; egg-based amber; antibacterial tea tree oil and poppy seeds; oatmeal; kahlua and coffee; and of course, lavender and sandalwood.
A bar of deodorant soap can be purchased for under $5. The Tom`s of Maine Deodorant Soap is about $5 at Wal-Mart, Lever 2000 Refresh retails for between $2 to $3 for a two-pack and the Dial Gold Antibacterial Deodorant Soap is about $3 for a three pack.
It`s really so simple to make your own deodorants, and although you`ll have a small outlay at the beginning on the ingredients, you`ll have enough coconut oil and shea butter to make several months` worth of deodorant (they also make good moisturisers), and the dry ingredients are cheap.
I`ve always tried to use natural deodorant but since I moved to Asia I`ve found it really challenging to keep this up. I haven`t found ONE woman`s deo that doesn`t have aluminum except for spray-on deo which has butane and all kinds of other nasties.
I`ve been using this type of home made deodorant for about three years. At the start I developed itchy red bumps under my armpits, though didn`t get the peeling you`ve described. After much experimenting I found that modifying the dry ingredients to 1 part baking soda to 3 parts arrowroot/cornstarch fixed the problem.
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