Natural antiperspirant

We want to introduce you to the method of preparing deodorant at home. This deodorant is very effective and useful for removing the smell of sweat. Get to know the ingredients and how to prepare it.

Sweating is a natural phenomenon in the body to regulate its temperature, but when its amount increases and produces an unpleasant odor, it is very annoying. Fortunately, there are effective home remedies to control sweating and prevent bad odor.

With the arrival of the hot days of the year, the problem of sweating and its smell becomes a concern of many people, and sprays and deodorants find a hot market. But we all know that these products contain chemical compounds.

If you are a fan of natural products, you can rely on herbs and natural ingredients to deal with your problem. In this article, we mention some simple and natural solutions to control sweating.

Sweat and its duty

The sweat that comes out of the body is actually a colorless acidic liquid that is produced by the sweat glands located in the inner part of the skin. This liquid contains fatty acids and salts that act as antibacterial agents against all types of bacteria and fungi.

Corn starch is a soft compound that is beneficial for the skin and makes it dry and removes unpleasant odors.

Although sweating is a natural process to regulate body temperature, it sometimes causes trouble because it creates a bad odor that is annoying. Of course, excessive sweating is completely normal when the body is heated due to the heat of the air or exercise, or during times of stress and fever. Excessive sweating is also one of the common symptoms of hormonal changes in menopausal women. Sweating becomes an unusual problem that occurs without a specific reason.

Fortunately, there are effective home remedies to control sweating and prevent bad odor. In the following, we will discuss these treatments.

Baking soda and lime juice

Antibacterial and antiperspirant properties of these two compounds neutralize unpleasant body odor and eliminate excess sweating. Baking soda and lemon juice act as natural exfoliators that remove dead and white skin cells.

Necessary ingredients

One spoonful of baking soda is equivalent to 10 grams
One lime

preparation method

Take lime juice and mix it with baking soda to make a soft paste. Massage the underarm skin with this soft paste in circular motions. Allow the mixture to remain on the area for 15 minutes and then rinse with cold water. This will reduce sweating and eliminate body odor.

Apple cider vinegar, thyme and rosemary

The combination of apple cider vinegar, thyme and rosemary is actually a natural deodorant that eliminates unpleasant odors and excess sweat.

Necessary ingredients

A spoonful of thyme equals 10 grams
Rosemary, one spoon is equivalent to 10 grams
A 250 ml glass of water
Half a cup of apple cider vinegar equals 125 ml

preparation method

Pour thyme and rosemary into a glass of water and boil for 15 minutes. Strain the solution and add half a glass of apple cider vinegar to it. Dip a clean cotton ball in the solution and apply it to your armpits and other areas that sweat a lot.
Sage herb tea

Sage infusion

Sage plant has antiperspirant properties that help control sweat glands. This plant contains magnesium and group B vitamins that are involved in hormonal control.

Necessary ingredients

five spoons of sage plant equal to 50 grams
One liter of water

preparation method

Put the sage plant in a container with a liter of water and boil it for 15 minutes with a gentle flame. Strain the solution and keep it in the refrigerator. Apply the solution to the armpits with a clean cotton. Of course, you can also use sage tea (pictured above) as a drink, one to two cups a day.
corn starch

Corn starch is a soft compound that is beneficial for the skin and makes it dry and removes unpleasant odors.

One spoon of corn starch is equivalent to 10 grams
baking soda, a small spoon equal to 5 grams

preparation method

Mix cornstarch with baking soda to make a powder deodorant. Apply this powder to the armpits (dry skin) and let it stay for a day. Rest assured, this natural product will not stain clothes.

Tea tree oil extract

Tea tree essential oil or oil extract is an anti-bacterial that reduces skin bacteria and eliminates bad odor and infections.


10 drops of tea tree oil extract
Half a glass of water is equivalent to 125 ml

preparation method

Dissolve tea tree oil extract in water and apply it to the armpits with the help of sterile gauze or cotton.


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