Why You Should Never Use Antiperspirants

Did you know that by simply using WATER AND perfume-free SOAP to wash your ARMPITS BEFORE BEDTIME, you can reduce your risk of developing breast cancer?

We spend the whole night wearing deodorant and don’t think twice. And yet the active ingredients (many toxic) in antiperspirants continue to seep through our skin and into our bodies, while suppressing the very reason we need to perspire; namely, to get rid of toxins!

One of the main causes of Breast Cancer is the use of antiperspirants. Most products on the market are a combination of antiperspirants/deodorants. Look at the labels and if you find any of the chemicals and ingredients listed here.. put IT BACK ON THE SHELF!


Some Deodorants are fine when they made purely with edible ingredients (lie the 100% PURE brand or salt crystals), however ANTIPERSPIRANTs can be very harmful due both to ingredients and it’s role in inhibiting the process of ‘sweating out’ toxins that cause cell mutation: like CANCER.

Most breast cancers occur in the upper outside quadrant of the breast area (see pic).


While it is more common in women, men are susceptible too. The difference lies in the fact that when men use antiperspirants in large part most is caught on the hair of the armpits, and men don’t shave so there is no broken skin to facilitate absorption of the chemicals.

Women who apply antiperspirants after shaving their underarms, increase the risk due to tiny injuries and skin irritations which allow the harmful chemical components to penetrate more quickly into the body,

Teenagers will have no idea about this.. and the antiperspirant habit becomes second nature. 

Teach your children about antiperspirants, and washing their armpits before bedtime.

Protect you loved ones.


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