• DEODORANTS

    WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO MAKE OUR OWN NATURAL DEODORANT?

    The European Union has written a report to analyze the increase in hormonal disorders (decrease insperm quality, fertility problems, abortions, early puberty, sexual organ deformities especially in males, increased types of cancer such as breast, neurological disorders such as autism, immune system disorders, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and so on) over the past 20 years. The report acknowledges the fact that certain substances (parabens, phthalates, aquiphenols, nonylphenols, perfluorinated…) act as endocrine disruptors and that combined intervene in chronic diseases affecting not only humans but animals, in particular reproductive abnormalities. * The EU itself ensures through the REACH report (a list of 138 suspicious substances) that 99% of chemicals barely have…

  • DEODORANTS

    DEODORANT ROLL-On improved

    As you know on this page we take care of the effectiveness of our natural recipes down to the smallest detail and we also take care of our public. That’s why we’ve reformulated a new ricinoleate zinc-based deodorant recipe. Although the recipe in our previous post is quite good and continues to work effectively, we have verified that after a few days the recipe tends to cake, probably due to the cornstarch it contains. And although it is possible to put it back in the water bath by adding a little more water to lighten it, and it works, nevertheless, nobody likes having to do double work. And that is…

  • DEODORANTS

    NATURAL DEODORANT in roll-on format.

    In this post we will show you how to make a completely natural deodorant, and, of course, without parabens or aluminum. Why bother us making this sophisticated deodorant whose active ingredient, zinc ricinoleate, can only be obtained in specialty stores? The answer is that zinc ricinoleate, a natural compound derived from castor oil, is the only active ingredient that prevents body odor without preventing perspiration since it has no biocidal effect. That’s why it respects the natural bacterial flora of our skin better than any other deodorant we can prepare. Many people use a spray spray in which they dilute a tablespoon of baking soda in hot water. And the…