This post is sponsored by WildRoot deodorant. All opinions are my own.
2019 was a year full of sicknesses. It’s also the year I decided I would be more careful about what goes into my body. I stopped taking headache pills for small headaches, I stopped eating sweets with every meal and I started genuinely caring about my body.
That’s why I hope to make 2020 the year that I finally take the plunge and choose to use more natural products in my everyday lifestyle. I’m so sick of hearing scary cancer claims over every day household products, that I’m going to make the vowel to do whatever I can to prevent whatever I can.
The first thing I plan on changing is my deodorant. Did you know most deodorants contain cancer causing chemicals including Parabens and aluminum?
Introducing WildRoot! WildRoot is a new natural deodorant that is both Paraben and aluminum free!
I know what you’re thinking, natural deodorants don’t work as good as named brand deodorants? WildRoot actually works just as good – if not better – than my old deodorant.
While I’m not a big sweater, my armpits do tend to get sticky whenever my deodorant isn’t working as well as it should. This always bothers me and whenever it happens, I always start to feel self-conscious about myself. That’s why I was so happy when I finally tried WildRoot natural deodorant and it lasted all day long – even during some tough holiday shopping.
While my body did experience a crazy “detox period” from switching my paraben and aluminum containing deodorant to a natural paraben and aluminum free deodorant, it was so worth it to stop clogging my sweat-glands with cancer-causing chemicals.
If you have no idea what a “detox period” means in deodorant – don’t worry I didn’t neither – it’s a small amount of time (usually 1 day – 3 weeks) when your body gets rid of bacteria and toxins from your body. Since aluminum-containing antiperspirants clog your sweat glands to keep you from sweating, the build-up of aluminium can trap odor-causing bacteria and the detox period is the amount of time it takes your body to rid those toxins and bacteria from your body.
WildRoot deodorant is currently being offered in two different lines; performance and sensitive. I received deodorants from the performance line by WildRoot, but if you have sensitive skin, I am sure the sensitive skin line would be amazing as WildRoot does not use baking soda in those deodorants.
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