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Your Deodorant Could be Dangerous for Your Health!.

Irvine, CA, March 01, 2013 --( Skin is your largest organ. It is also very absorbing, which means that the deodorants and other body care items you put on it can be absorbed into your body and into your bloodstream.

Additionally, using traditional anti-perspirants can block sweat pores, which prevents the body from releasing toxins and cooling itself down when overheated, both necessary and well-designed functions.

Most store-bought deodorants and antiperspirants have a slew of man-made chemicals that could cause wide-spread systemic damage to the body. Women who shave under their arms could be worse off, since shaving may cause nicks to the skin (even ones so tiny that they are naked to the human eye), and speed up the delivery of those chemicals via an “open door” into the body.

Common contents of common deodorant/antiperspirants:

Aluminum: A known neurotoxin, it has been linked to breast cancer, prostate cancer, and Alzheimer's Disease.

Parabens: Linked to birth defects, sterility, cancer, and organ toxicity. Known for being endocrine disruptors, they interfere with hormones.

Propylene Glycol: May cause damage to the central nervous system, heart, and liver. Also used as “anti-freeze.”

Phthalates: Increase likelihood of cell mutation, disrupt endocrine receptors, and are linked to birth defects.

Triclosan: The FDA classifies this as a pesticide. May be cancer-causing.

TEA, DEA, FD&C Colors, Fragrance, Talc, and other potentially harmful ingredients are also added.

Estrogen receptors are all over the body, but there are particularly a lot in breast tissue. Using chemical deodorants are thought to contribute to the development of breast cancer. Indeed, a high amount of tumors are found in the area closest to the armpit, leading researchers to believe chemical deodorants to be the culprit.

Knowledge of the potential toxicity of one's store-bought deodorant could be overwhelmingly anxiety-causing, especially when the thought of giving up that deodorant could mean embracing some very unpleasant body odor. There are, of course, natural deodorants available in stores. However, many of these so-called “natural” deodorants still contain some of the above ingredients, and rarely stay put all day long. Because of this, Green Tidings, a health and wellness educator, has come out with a truly all-natural deodorant which actually lasts all day long (and was even marathon-tested!).

What Makes Green Tidings All Natural Deodorant Different?

Using only the finest natural and organic ingredients, there are no man-made chemicals Green Tidings' All Natural Deodorant. The ingredients were not tested on animals, nor the finished product. Green Tidings All Natural Deodorant (found online only at is non-toxic, organic, vegan, gluten-free, corn-free, soy-free, paraben-free, SLS-free, aluminum-free, propylene-glycol free, all-natural, fragrance-free, made in the USA, and is packaged in a recyclable, BPA-free bottle (which was not made with any lead or mercury).

Green Tidings All Natural Deodorant (Vegan, Unscented) ingredients:

Organic Virgin, Unrefined Coconut Oil: Anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory. Contains essential fatty acids and antioxidants, and is very moisturizing.

Organic Shea Butter (Unrefined, Fair Trade): Anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial.

Contains vitamins A, E, and F, proteins, fatty acids, and healing minerals, and can help with dry skin without clogging pores.

Magnesium Oil: Anti-deodorant. Magnesium is also an extremely important mineral for health. This absorbable magnesium oil contains only raw, ultra-pure magnesium chloride and other trace minerals drawn from the Ancient Zechstein Seabed in Northern Europe.

Organic Arrowroot Powder (maranta arundinacea): Deodorizing, healing, and antibacterial, and good for use on dry, irritated, or sensitive skin. Also absorbs moisture and softens the skin.

Baking Soda: Absorbs perspiration, anti-deodorant.

Wildcrafted Candelilla Wax (Euphorbia Cerifera): Natural thickener and moisturizer. The plant has been hand-gathered from the wild, Candelilla Wax, and is not available in a certified organic form. It has been grown in the wild without pesticides, but not under organic certification guidelines. Candelilla wax is a vegan alternative to beeswax, and is used in Green Tidings All Natural Vegetarian Deodorant.

Organic Beeswax: Anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory. A natural skin softener, beeswax can also help with perspiration, while still allowing skin to breathe. Beeswax is used in Green Tidings All Natural Vegetarian Deodorant.

Green Tidings All Natural Deodorant is made in small batches under extremely sanitary conditions (hair net, face mask, and surgical gloves are worn to ensure that your product remains clean and pure). Both vegan (using candelilla wax) and vegetarian (using beeswax) are available, as well as scented with essential oil (lavender or any specifically-requested essential oil). It is compatible with paleo and primal lifestyles, and has been hand-crafted with those with food and chemical sensitivities in mind. Bulk pricing is available. Visit for all available products and current sales.

About Green Tidings: Green Tidings is a popular health and wellness education website, focusing on nutrition, natural remedies, natural health, the environment, and all things “green.” Green Tidings sells natural remedy refrigerator magnets, bookmarks, and all natural, organic body care items.

Note: Neither this article, nor Green Tidings All Natural Deodorant, is intended as a diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease, nor are they intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animals [FD&C Act, sec. 201(g)(1)].

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