Freedom BERGAMOT MINT DEODORANT
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An invigorating blend of sandlewood, coriander, peppermint and citrus. Subtle, yet inviting.
NATURAL: Made with all natural ingredients, Freedom Stick is always chemical-free, aluminum free, and paraben-Free so you can feel good about using it on your entire family!
LASTS LONGER: Freedom stick is subtle, yet so effective you won't need to reapply during your busy day. Giving you all-day-long odor protection that doesn't quit, while leaving you feeling fresh and clean, even in the most extreme of climates!
TESTED: No other natural deodorant out there has been as thoroughly tested, (how does 100+ degree heat sound?) it still works, GUARANTEED! Breast cancer survivors, busy execs, military personnel, healthy moms and their kids... even athletes are making the switch to all natural Freedom Stick, AND LOVING IT!
SAFER: Because Freedom Stick is your go-to for all natural deodorant, your body can detoxify itself the natural, healthy way. No more gland clogging gunk! Gluten Free.
How to use: Please use in under arm area only. If stick gets hard, use your finger to warm the deodorant up! A little bit goes a long way, 2 to 3 swipes is enough!
Detox is super common! Here's what you may experience in the first 2-4 weeks:
- Underarm wetness. Your sweat glands may still be in overdrive mode from your old antiperspirant. They should quickly adapt to your natural deodorant.
- Swollen, tender lumps in your underarm area. Your lymph nodes may be clogged and they're working overtime to get rid of it.
- Rash/pimpled in your underarm area. This could be sensitivity to baking soda or your body adapting to a natural formula.
Unpleasant odor. Your underarms are evicting the toxins, but don't worry, it goes away in a few days.
Take a 48 hour break if experiencing any symptoms and go back to using intermittently!
Patch test a small area on your forearm to check for sensitivity.
- If you have the beginnings of a rash, use apple cider vinegar. Drink a shot of it and then rub some into your underarms.
- With painful and lumpy lymph nodes, dry brush and massage the area to aid in the filtering process.
- Rub a little alcohol into your underarms to disinfect any rash or discomfort.
- Use an underarm detox mask. These can be found online at our website. Charcoal or mud are the best.
- Warm apple cider vinegar compress.
- Stop using deodorant and then go back intermittently as your body allows.
Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end!
This advice is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure and medical conditions you may have. If symptoms persist, discontinue use and see your doctor.
An invigorating blend of peppermint and citrus, subtle not overpowering.
Secret sauce + base:
Peppermint - Soothing for muscles, anti-inflammatory, increases immunity, pain reliever, clears respiratory tract and stimulates mental activity.
Bergamot - Deodorant-antibiotic, disinfectant, antispasmodic and anti-depressant
Cypress - Deodorant, astringent, detoxifying, and good for the liver
I grew up in Eastern Europe and my parents brought many of their old traditions with them when we immigrated to the States. Everything in our kitchen was not only sustenance, but medicine. Vodka, chicken soup, black tea, rose water. Pink eye? Black tea compress. Fever? Vinegar and water. Ear infection? Vodka doused cotton swab in your ear. As I became an adult and a mother, this idea of natural remedies has left a lasting impression upon me.
A few years ago, my (non-smoking, non-drinking) friend, Cindy, was diagnosed with breast, ovarian, and colon cancer. In addition to her treatment plan, her doctor suggested she refrain from using antiperspirants. Granted, he said, there’s no proven link between antiperspirants and cancer, but using a pore-clogging, aluminum-based product that close to your lymph glands can’t be good. I, too, had found a lump in my breast. It turned out to be benign, however, I decided I wasn’t touching antiperspirant either. Link or no link to breast cancer, I didn’t care. It just made sense. Cindy and I searched and tested natural alternatives, but none of the deodorants we tried lasted all day, or they didn’t work at all. I was wondering how many other women and men were going through the same predicament.
That’s why I created Freedom Stick – the natural deodorant that really works!
Be Healthy, Not Stinky!
Love and health,
- What inspired you to create your brand? 3 of my friends were diagnosed with Breast cancer, Dr’s advised to go natural, but the natural ones were ugly and ineffective…..they did not work!
- If you could go back to the beginning of the creation of your brand what would you do differently? Nothing, I have learned so much from the mistakes I made….oh, wait…..paid better attention to manufacture samples…
- What advice do you have to offer for those entrepreneurs in the green beauty industry just starting out? Think outside the box, don’t do what everyone’s doing….be original and different, know your goal….there will be a lot of no’s….dont listen to them…and ask a lot of questions.
- What is your most favorite product you have created and why? The scents, berg , peach and amber…we also give back to American cancer society..
- How do you juggle your life with such huge demands from your company? Work smart and surround yourself with smarter people…it takes a village.
- What is your morning and evening beauty routine? Am, clarisonic with my own soap that I make, serum and moisturizer…..pm, my soap, ultra-moisturizing balm (I’m old), my lip conditioner and eyelash serum
- What ingredients are never added to any of your products? anything that is not natural…it has to be created by nature, that’s freedom not to worry for our clients….
- What is the best beauty advice you have received? Wash your face before you go to bed..
- What sets you apart from the sea of competition? Our scents, our look, our ever-growing product line (shhh) our effectiveness and commitment to the breast cancer community.