antiperspirant

We asked dermatologists whether the aluminum found in traditional antiperspirant is really THAT bad for us.
This simple trick can make your underarms "drier than they've ever been," according to one dermatologist.
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Cameron Diaz reveals she hasn't used deodorant in almost 20 years. Diaz believes that both men and women should let their pits breathe, telling the E! News, "Let it go and just trim your armpit hair so it doesn't hold onto the scent."
Antiperspirants don't actually stop the sweating process. The aluminum compounds in antiperspirants effectively stop up the
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While the production of soap--or anything, really--has environmental repercussions all its own, the pretty smells in our personal care products have been linked to not-so-fine human ailments.