Is An Aluminum-Based Deodorant Dangerous for You

Aluminum is type of metal, and unfortunately, it is a common ingredient in deodorants and antiperspirants that function as a plug on sweat ducts to stop sweating. Study shows that aluminum can cause genomic instability on the cell level, and this means that it can contribute to the cells’ tendency to mutate. Allowing mutations to happen foster the development of tumor growth.

Furthermore, aluminum chlorohydrate is one of the commonly found compounds used in antiperspirants. At the end of the day, it is worth remember that sweat and body odor are just natural. So, don’t let your arms from affecting your confidence. Switching to natural deodorants is always a smart and safe move.

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