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Crystal Crystal Body Deodorant Foot Spray Description: The Natural Un-odorant in a Foot Spray. Our Crystal Foot Deodorant Spray does a remarkable job controlling foot odor and athlete�s foot. Small enough to stick in a gym bag. May be used safely by more than one person.

Mineral salts are present in the water we drink, in almost all...

Crystal Crystal Body Deodorant Foot Spray Description: The Natural Un-odorant in a Foot Spray. Our Crystal Foot Deodorant Spray does a remarkable job controlling foot odor and athlete�s foot. Small enough to stick in a gym bag. May be used safely by more than one person.

Mineral salts are present in the water we drink, in almost all the foods we eat, and in the air we breathe.

In its natural form, alum is the third most abundant element in nature, after oxygen and silicon. It has been part of our environment since the beginning of time and is one of the basic building blocks of our universe.

Deodorants made of alum based mineral salts feature physically large potassium or ammonium alum molecules which are not absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream.

Alum should not be confused with the controversial and potentially harmful aluminums found in most commercial deodorants and antiperspirants, like aluminum chlorohydrate or aluminum zirconium.

The foundation of Crystal deodorants is natural mineral salt harvested directly from the earth called alum.The most common products used to control body odor are deodorants and antiperspirants. Deodorants work by masking, suppressing or preventing body odor. Deodorants do not tend to reduce the amount of perspiration the body produces. Antiperspirants, on the other hand, use chemicals to inhibit the activity of sweat glands so less moisture is produced. While deodorants are considered to be a cosmetic product because they only control odor, antiperspirants are actually drugs because they affect the physiology of the body. In fact, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) controls the active ingredients used in antiperspirants because of their drug classification. Although the exact mechanism of this physiological interaction is not fully understood, the theory is that antiperspirant salts form temporary plugs in some of the sweat gland openings inhibiting the secretion of moisture.

Antiperspirants have an aluminum-based compound as their main ingredient. These include Aluminum Chlorohydrate, Aluminum Zirconium, Aluminum Chloride, Tricholorohydrex Glycine and Aluminum Hydroxybromide - each controversial ingredients and, potentially, unhealthy.

Crystal deodorants - the all-natural deodorant alternative to chemically laden commercial deodorants, are composed of mineral salts, which form a topical layer on the skin. While most deodorants mask odor with scents or fragrances, Crystal deodorants actually prevent body odor from beginning by creating a thin barrier above the skin so that bacteria cannot form. Available in both unscented and lightly scented versions, Crystal deodorants are hypoallergenic, non-sticky, non-staining, dry instantly and leave no white residue. Furthermore, Crystal deodorants contain no artificial coloring, chemicals, dyes or alcohol. They contain NO harmful aluminums, are not tested on animals, and are safe for the environment!

Free Of Aluminum, parabens and artificial colors and fragrances. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Water/aqua, potassium alum (natural mineral salts), sodium bicarbonate, benzoic acid, zinc gluconate.
Water/aqua, potassium alum (natural mineral salts), sodium bicarbonate, benzoic acid, zinc gluconate.
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Crystal

Body Deodorant Foot Spray
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Manufacturer Based in California

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Some studies report links between exposure to aluminum compounds and Alzheimer's disease, however at this point findings are inconclusive and association has been rejected by authoritative organizations.

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Aluminum-based compounds block the sweat glands to keep sweat from getting to the skin's surface.

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Diethanolamine (DEA) is used as a solvent and pH adjuster and as a lathering agent in skincare and haircare products

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Crystal Crystal Body Deodorant Foot Spray Description: The Natural Un-odorant in a Foot Spray. Our Crystal Foot Deodorant Spray does a remarkable job controlling foot odor and athlete�s foot. Small enough to stick in a gym bag. May be used safely by more than one person. Mineral salts are present in the water we drink, in almost all the foods...
Crystal Crystal Body Deodorant Foot Spray Description: The Natural Un-odorant in a Foot Spray. Our Crystal Foot Deodorant Spray does a remarkable job controlling foot odor and athlete�s foot. Small enough to stick in a gym bag. May be used safely by more than one person.

Mineral salts are present in the water we drink, in almost all the foods we eat, and in the air we breathe.

In its natural form, alum is the third most abundant element in nature, after oxygen and silicon. It has been part of our environment since the beginning of time and is one of the basic building blocks of our universe.

Deodorants made of alum based mineral salts feature physically large potassium or ammonium alum molecules which are not absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream.

Alum should not be confused with the controversial and potentially harmful aluminums found in most commercial deodorants and antiperspirants, like aluminum chlorohydrate or aluminum zirconium.

The foundation of Crystal deodorants is natural mineral salt harvested directly from the earth called alum.The most common products used to control body odor are deodorants and antiperspirants. Deodorants work by masking, suppressing or preventing body odor. Deodorants do not tend to reduce the amount of perspiration the body produces. Antiperspirants, on the other hand, use chemicals to inhibit the activity of sweat glands so less moisture is produced. While deodorants are considered to be a cosmetic product because they only control odor, antiperspirants are actually drugs because they affect the physiology of the body. In fact, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) controls the active ingredients used in antiperspirants because of their drug classification. Although the exact mechanism of this physiological interaction is not fully understood, the theory is that antiperspirant salts form temporary plugs in some of the sweat gland openings inhibiting the secretion of moisture.

Antiperspirants have an aluminum-based compound as their main ingredient. These include Aluminum Chlorohydrate, Aluminum Zirconium, Aluminum Chloride, Tricholorohydrex Glycine and Aluminum Hydroxybromide - each controversial ingredients and, potentially, unhealthy.

Crystal deodorants - the all-natural deodorant alternative to chemically laden commercial deodorants, are composed of mineral salts, which form a topical layer on the skin. While most deodorants mask odor with scents or fragrances, Crystal deodorants actually prevent body odor from beginning by creating a thin barrier above the skin so that bacteria cannot form. Available in both unscented and lightly scented versions, Crystal deodorants are hypoallergenic, non-sticky, non-staining, dry instantly and leave no white residue. Furthermore, Crystal deodorants contain no artificial coloring, chemicals, dyes or alcohol. They contain NO harmful aluminums, are not tested on animals, and are safe for the environment!

Free Of Aluminum, parabens and artificial colors and fragrances. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Product Ingredients

Water/aqua, potassium alum (natural mineral salts), sodium bicarbonate, benzoic acid, zinc gluconate.
Water/aqua, potassium alum (natural mineral salts), sodium bicarbonate, benzoic acid, zinc gluconate.
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Deodorants, Antiperspirants, cosmetics

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Some studies report links between exposure to aluminum compounds and Alzheimer's disease, however at this point findings are inconclusive and association has been rejected by authoritative organizations.

What to watch out for

Aluminum-based compounds block the sweat glands to keep sweat from getting to the skin's surface.

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Laundry detergent, soap, moisturizer, cosmetics, sunscreen

Why it's used

BHT or butylated hydroxytoluene stabilizes fats and is used to retain food smell, color and flavor

What to watch out for

Studies have linked BHT to several health concerns including endocrine disruption and organ-system toxicity

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Dish soap, dish detergent, all purpose cleaners, laundry detergent, body wash

Why it's used

Diethanolamine (DEA) is used as a solvent and pH adjuster and as a lathering agent in skincare and haircare products

What to watch out for

The California EPA classes DEA as a possible human carcinogen. It is also a known skin, respiratory and immune system toxicant.

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Fragrance is used as a catch-all term to refer to any number of natural and chemical ingredients and blends

What to watch out for

In addition to natural essences, fragrance can contain synthetic chemicals hidden in the blend, also know as Parfum

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Phenoxyethanol is a preservative used in skin care and hair care products

What to watch out for

It can cause mild skin irritation

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Propylene glycol is used as a conditioning agent in skin care and hair care products

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It can cause skin irritation and dermatitis in low amounts

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Laundry detergent, dish soap, cosmetics, creams, lotions, deodorants, hair products

Why it's used

Triethanolamine (TEA) is used as a pH adjuster, and as an emulsifier

What to watch out for

It is a known skin, respiratory and immune system toxicant.

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