Does your Natural Deodorant Contain Water? Why Ours REALLY Works!

Can't find a Natural Deodorant that really works? Read the label!!! Does your Natural Deodorant contain water?

According to Neal Schultz, MD, dermatologist and founder of BeautyRx, it is wetness that promotes the growth of bacteria, which in turn causes the odor you were trying to prevent in the first place. For this reason alone, it is really important to make sure you are choose a deodorant that does NOT contain water in order to prevent bacterial growth and keep the stink away.

With this in mind, our amazing Chemist at Kogi Naturals spent months formulating the perfect blend for a Natural Cream Deodorant. It seems consumers today are obsessed with this amazing creamy concept. It may seem strange at first but, once you get past the initial idea of applying a cream under your arms you will come to love it as so many others have. 

Why does ours work when so many others do not? Firstly, our Natural Cream Deodorant does NOT contain water. We use only natural ingredients that work together to fight bacteria, balance your pH and provide a fresh scent all day long. Arrowroot Powder, Sodium Bicarbonate and Diatomaceous Earth make our blend superbly effective. While Beeswax soothes and protects your underarms throughout the day.  

How do you apply it? I use about a dime size under each arm in the morning after I shower, and gently rub it in until it's absorbed. One application lasts me through 8 hour work days with vigorous activity and intense production work, followed by a round of golf in the hot sun! It took us Months to formulate but, our entire team and many customers swear by this new formula that really does work!

When making the switch to a Cream Deodorant there are a few things to keep in mind. If you have sensitive skin or are prone to razor burn or ingrown hairs, I recommend shaving a few hours before you apply. This will reduce the chance that the essential oils in the deodorant cream will irritate micro-abrasions that occur when you shave.

Lastly, if you are switching to a natural cream deodorant after years of using commercial antiperspirants, there will be an adjustment period. Give your body a few weeks to detox from all of the chemical build up. You may stink at first but, I promise you once the adjustment period is over you will be amazed with the results. During this transition period, you may need to apply the cream deodorant a few times a day; for this we recommend our sample size to put in your pocket or purse. 

We hope you will give it at try and make the switch to a 100% Natural Cream Deodorant. To find the scent that you love ... click here>>

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