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Agent Nateur Deodorant holi (stick) Sensitive

Agent Nateur Deodorant holi (stick) Sensitive

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Agent Nateur Deodorant Holi(stick) Sensitive  is our  vegan deodorant created for the customer who has sensitive skin.  Agent Nateur Deodorant Holi(stick) Sensitive is a baking soda free formula has that has floral and woodsy notes of neroli, patchouli and cedar wood.

Size: 1.7oz

A little goes a long don't need much of Agent Nateur to keep you smelling luxurious throughout the day.  Not much of the product is needed to keep you feeling fresh. In fact, when too much is used, this can cause "stickiness". The product can last several months when the correct amount is used. Also, very important to note. The deodorant stick should not be rolled too high when using. Rolling too high is not necessary and can cause breakage.

Give yourself one month to transition from antiperspirant to our natural deodorant if you develop a rash.  Sometimes it's a sign that the body is detoxing from the aluminum in antiperspirant and other times it's a sign that your body's PH is too high for the baking soda in the deodorant.  Shave the night before applying it if your skin is sensitive and begin by applying to clean skin.  Reapply as needed.  On a side note: our small, travel size bottles are purchased in London and turn to the left, not the right.  

Ingredients: organic cocos (coconut oil) nucifera, candelila wax, per sea gratissima (avocado), non nano zinc oxide, magnesium hydroxide, maranta arundinacea (arrowroot powder), helianthus annuus (sunflower), ricinus communist (castor seed), acidum citric (citric acid), a proprietary blend of essential oils. Made in the USA 

From an early age, I've suffered from hormone-related health problems including endometriosis and fibroids.  After my fourth surgery, I began taking a holistic approach to my health by seeing holistic doctors, attending holistic medical conferences in Canada, working with Shamans and by taking organic, whole food supplements and IV's. I began learning as much as I could about the disease and the holistic ways I could treat it through a combination of Eastern, South American, and Western medicine. I started by eliminating all pesticides and GMO's through an organic diet. Pesticides contain endocrine disruptors known as xenoestrogens that mimic estrogen and alter the normal function of hormones, and ultimately, this can lead to cancer. These toxic chemicals are also found in plastic, household cleaning supplies and cosmetics. The transition to eating organic food and using non-toxic cleaning supplies was relatively easy as products were readily available; however, the search for beautiful, holistic cosmetics and an effective deodorant proved to be futile. 

After purchasing and testing nearly every available natural deodorant free of aluminum, I found that none were effective.  Although aluminum studies are controversial, we do know that this toxic, heavy metal mimics estrogen and is linked to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Dementia and Autism.  I do believe in the near future that it will be a proven scientific fact that aluminum does indeed cause breast cancer.  There are studies showing that aluminum is found in the majority of breast cancer tumors.  Western medicine is very hesitant to admit this, but they were also reluctant to say that GMO's cause cancer ten years ago. 

  I decided to make my own deodorant free of aluminum and after mixing different formulas for hundreds of hours in my West Hollywood kitchen, I developed a sample and gave it to my friends and family.  Everyone loved AGENT NATEUR and started asking me to make more.

I want to change the way the world views luxury cosmetics. If you choose to live a healthy, natural lifestyle, the application and absorption of healthy cosmetics are as critical as the ingestion of healthy food. Your skin is the largest organ of your body and since it is porous, it absorbs whatever you put on it.  Your cosmetics should be equally gorgeous and healthy.

A study in the American Journal of Public Health reported that the skin’s absorption rate of the chemicals found in drinking water averaged 64% of the total contaminant dosage. Other studies reported an absorption rate of 100% for underarms.  The products that we apply to our skin are absorbed into our body.


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