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Primal Pit Paste is a natural, effective deodorant that is designed to keep you dry and odor-free, without the toxic ingredients of conventional products. Non-aluminum baking soda kills the bacteria that causes odor, and organic arrowroot powder absorbs perspiration.
The body was designed to sweat and release toxins, and traditional antiperspirants prevent this important process from happening. They're also designed to absorb into the skin, which means absorbing chemicals such as aluminum and parabens upon application. Primal Pit Paste allows your body to detoxify the way it was intended to, keeping you fresh and healthy.
After years of using aluminum antiperspirants or chemical deodorants, toxins and bacteria can build up in and under the skin. For many people, making the change to a truly chemical-free natural deodorant can induce a pit detoxifying phase. Pit Detox isn’t exactly enjoyable, but if you’re experiencing it, be proud of yourself! Your body is sending clear signals that it is recognizing and responding to the important change you’ve made with your deodorant.
Symptoms of pit detox may include more body odor and perspiration than usual and tenderness in the lymph nodes. Primal Products suggests drinking more water, a clean diet, dry brushing and exercise to help the process along.
Primal Products suggests using a pea size amount under each armpit, rubbing it in as you would a lotion. This may vary
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I have used many natural deodorants. This is by far the best. I have tried the rock crystals, Toms natural etx...and they have left me either stinking or breaking out in a rash. Read morePublished 8 months ago by E. Siebert
Was so excited after reading the positive reviews to find a natural product to replace my deodorant. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rachel M
I have the lavender and after about 2 months of using it I had an allergic reaction. Both my underarms had a large red rash, looked like eczema or ring worm! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Phoenix