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Although deodorant is one of our absolute beauty essentials, the ingredients of an antiperspirant are controversial. Therefore, many are currently looking for alternatives so as not to overload the body with unnecessary chemicals. In fact there is anthat can neutralize the smell of sweat: limes!
as a deodorant - how it works
To use limes as a deodorant, cut a commercially available lime into slices and apply your juice directly under your armpits after showering. Caution: Despite its naturalness, the fruit unfortunately does not prevent it from burning after shaving.
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The effect of limes
The fruit acid contained in limes changes the pH -Value of the skin , so that bacteria cannot settle so easily - and, conversely, cause the unpleasant smell when sweating. At the same time, limes mimic the pore-closing effect of deodorants according to and smell wonderfully fresh. It is therefore not surprising that limes are included in many beauty products as an additive.
Caution with sun exposure
In connection with strong sunlight, with lime juice on the skin can quickly lead to a photoallergic reaction , a so-called "Margarita dermatitis". This not only looks ugly, but also damages the skin afterwards. And so we come to the only disadvantage that limes have as a deodorant: Especially on very hot days it is not very advisable to use this alternative.
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