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Foot Odor Deodorant Recipe

Foot Odor Deodorant Recipe

Making Foot Odor Deodorant the Natural Organic Way

foot-odor-deodorantThe need for a foot odor deodorant is pretty clear. Sweat causes foot odor. Your feet have more sweat glands than any other parts of the body.

These glands can produce as much as a cup of sweat each day. The ideal environment for bacteria to grow is moist and warm. Because you wear shoes most of the day this creates an ideal environment for bacteria to run rampant, resulting in foot odor. Additionally, anxiety or stress, certain drugs, and body hormone shifts can also cause a spike in foot odor.

Our raw materials for making foot odor deodorant will help you to avoid high street versions, which contain aluminium hydroxychloride, which can be irritating to the skin.

As this is easily absorbed by damaged skin, it is not the best solution for our foot odor problems. So why not make your own Natural Foot Odor Deodorants, the Organic way!

Dealing With Foot Odor

  1/2 cup of baking soda

2 tbsp. of zinc oxide powder

2 tbsp. of fine, dry white clay

4 tbsp. of powdered sage.

Directions

Blend all the powders together and store in a small container with a lid.

Application:

Clean your feet and dry them thoroughly. Dust them with the above mixture. Sprinkle a bit inside your shoes as well, to keep your feet fresh all day.

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Ingredients for this Recipe and their Benefits:

zinc-oxide for foot odor deodorant recipeZinc-oxide powder: Powerful but gentle antiseptic and astringent  zinc-oxide powder can neutralize even the intense odor of sweaty feet.

 

 

baking-soda for foot odor deodorant recipe Baking Soda-Aluminum-Free: Sodium bicarbonate, the “official” term for baking soda, helps regulate pH. If baking soda mixes with either an acid or an alkaline substance it has a neutralizing effect on it. Baking soda is perfect for neutralizing acidic odors and maintaining a neutral pH which is perfect for doing things like making your foot odor deodorant. Baking soda also enhances the stimulating effect on the circulatory system, provides a refreshing quality and helps soothe skin irritations and itchiness. Baking soda deodorizes and neutralizes without the toxic mess of most commercial products. Ah, yeah.

kaolin-clay-white for foot odor deodorant recipeKaolin Clay White: White Cosmetic clay, also known as White Kaolin clay, is a very fine and light clay that has natural absorbency properties.

 

 

sage-leaf-powdered for foot odor deodorant recipeOrganic Sage Leaf Powder (Egypt): White sage not only smells nice, but it also possesses various health benefits. White sage is used to make incense due to its nice fragrance. Its medicinal uses include treating excess sweating, colds and sinus infections, and indigestion.

 

 

 

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 Come Back Soon For Recipes: Basic Spray Deodorant Recipe, Herbal Deodorant For Sensitive Skin, Herbal Deodorant For Excessive Sweating

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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