A powerful helper for sweaty armpits!
Clever roll'on crystal deodorant is a safe, alcohol-free deodorant that, as an additive-free natural product, is also great for very sensitive skin. In addition, this fresh lemon and floral deodorant has a scent of lovely amber and sandalwood, plus potassium magnesium oil and aloe vera.
The crystal deodorant does not interfere with the normal function of the skin pores (support the sweat glands, etc.) but is a natural and inexpensive choice as a deodorant. You can also use the antibacterial crystal deodorant to disinfect itch bites and post-shave wounds.
Potassium alum is a naturally occurring mineral crystal. It is a skin-tightening, antiseptic and potential antibacterial agent. Potassium Alum prevents the growth of odor bacteria on the skin, but does not prevent sweating. This mineral is often used in traditional medicine, e.g. in Ayurveda it is called phitkari or saurashtri, and in traditional Chinese medicine it is called Ming fan.
It´s important to understand the difference between deodorants and antiperspirants. Deodorants (de-odor) are products that contain antibacterial ingredients that prevent the growth of odor bacteria. Deodorants work by preventing odors, but they do not prevent the body from sweating naturally. Antiperspirants (anti-perspire) are products that clog the sweat glands and prevent sweating. Conventional antiperspirants contain raw materials that clog the sweat glands, such as Aluminum chlorohydrate and Aluminum-related products.The deodorant family strives on a salty basis. The main raw material in the products is a mineral called potassium alum, which in the vernacular is also called alum, or mineral salt. This world-famous element has been used for hundreds of years to curb the action of odor-causing bacteria on the skin.</strong For example, in 2013, the deodorant series won two prestigious awards in the UK: the Best Deodorant Awards in Green Parent Magazine and the Imperfectly Natural Platinum Awards.
Salt of the Earth is completely vegan and, of course, hasn't been tested on animals.