All Natural Homemade Deodorant – THAT WORKS!

Did you know that psoriasis sufferers are 1.5 – 3x more likely to develop nonalcoholic fatty liver disease? Make sure you choose an all natural deodorant that isn’t hard on your liver. This homemade deodorant recipe supports the critical work your liver does, plus it’s so simple to make using inexpensive ingredients.

The exact reason why is psoriasis suffers have higher rates of liver disease is not known (citation) – but what this indicates is that anyone dealing with psoriasis should be taking special care of their liver! There are many ways to take better care of your liver, like: eating more veggies/fruit, eating less sugar, eating more fiber, exercising regularly, drinking alcohol sparingly if at all, avoiding/reducing toxin exposure, taking supplements like milk thistle (citation) – and one more step that I take is not using antiperspirant deodorant. Antiperspirant stops you from getting sweaty pits, which might sound nice, except there’s a catch. 

Your liver and kidneys are your body’s main detoxification pathways – but they recruit the skin for help when the load becomes too much. By not preventing your body from sweating (and making sure that you actually DO sweat regularly!), you can rest assured that you’re making life for your liver a little easier. Promoting natural detoxification encourages the reduction of inflammation across the body – which is another common feature of psoriasis and autoimmune diseases. Even if you don’t have an autoimmune disease, it’s well worth it to support your liver in its all important job of removing toxins. As a psoriasis sufferer myself, I have been using this homemade deodorant recipe for several years now. Learn more about my personal psoriasis journey here

Don’t let antiperspirant deodorants cause you harm. Instead, let your body detoxify itself naturally. This homemade deodorant doesn’t prevent you from sweating (like antiperspirants do), so while you may need to accept (and learn to love..!?) sweatier pits than if you may have been on antiperspirants, of course you want a deodorant that keeps the stink in check! I got you covered. 

The whole business starts with a jar and some coconut oil. In true zero waste fashion, this is an upcycled jar. The coconut container is made of glass with a metal lid – much more easily recycled than plastic. 

Next, time for some baking soda. As you get used to how this deodorant works for your body, you can adjust the baking soda amount accordingly. More baking soda will give you more anti-stink control. This baking soda came in a cardboard box – also easy to recycle. 

To finish, add some essential oils! Lavender is a nice and calming scent that is great to catch whiffs of all day long. If you find that isn’t enough to stop the stink, adding other essential oils like tea tree oil and/or sage oil can help a lot.

Homemade All Natural Deodorant

  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil, extra virgin
  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda ~20 drops of lavender oil, or other essential oil(s)
  • ~20 drops of lavender oil, or other essential oil(s)
  • Steps:
    1. Mix all ingredients together.
    2. Take a pea-sized dab on your finger, and spread evenly over your pit! Repeat on the other side.

    Wait a few minutes after applying before putting on your shirt, especially light colored shirts. This deodorant can leave an oil stain in your clothes – but only for those few minutes after application. If you find that this recipe is not strong enough to keep down any funky smells, increase the baking soda, add ~10-20 drops of tea tree oil, and/or add ~10-20 drops of sage oil. In the warmer months, you may need to stir the mixture again with your finger before applying.

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