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Reid McEwen

ZERO Deodorant – Oxygen Powered De-Stinkerizer – Long Lasting, All Natural, Safe for Sensitive Skin – Daydream (Pink Grapefruit, Lime & Benzoin Essential Oils)

A few thoughts on how to use natural deodorant

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~ A Few Thoughts on How to Use Natural Deodorant ~ Stop thinking it should always last all day every day or through all of your sweatiest workouts, that’s the compromise you make when you decide to live healthier, chemical free and (just maybe) longer. Some of them work really well, sometimes even better, when applied after you are experiencing some body odor. So, maybe keep one at work and one in your gym bag? Maybe, and this is a significant maybe for most people, just maybe don’t put it on every day? I don’t, but the deodorant I use works really well after I smell and I keep a stick in my tennis bag, one at work and one in my car. Stay away from baking soda if you have sensitive skin. If you are switching to natural deodorant because chemical deodorants cause irritation or even skin…

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The Sensitive Skin Deodorant

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ZERO3 Deodorant is all natural and the ingredients consist of just shea butter, beeswax and oxygen. How does it work? Simply! ZERO3 Deodorant uses a patented natural deodorant technology that kills odor causing bacteria with oxygen. It’s a process that we developed using ozone to treat shea butter. That’s as far as we’ll explore in this article, find out more on this page called “how it works“. If you’ve ever experienced a skin sensitivity to baking soda based deodorants (basically all other natural deodorants other than the salt crystal), then you should try Oxygen deodorant. It works the same way as baking soda deodorant, killing bacteria that cause body odor, but ZERO3 Deodorant works without skin irritation because it’s just shea butter and beeswax with oxygen. Of course, we also have essential oil scents, so please choose a scent that you know you aren’t allergic to. If you would…

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