Do Crystal Deodorants Work?

March 06, 2019 2 min read

Powerful crystal

What to Know before giving up that Speed Stick.

Wild Nature Crystal deodorant is made of Pure Organic Aloe Vera and its antimicrobial powerful Crystal. Marrying this dynamic duo keeps the biggest guy through to the most senstive teenagers underarms protected.

Crystal has been used as a deodorant in Southeast Asia for hundreds of years and yes, of course, the Egyptians also used this powerful crystal.

Wild Nature Crystal is found in Australian Volcanic salt caves. We source from a number of areas to ensure we do not deplete supply nor interfere with natures rythm. The crystal contains essential minerals, vitamins & trace elements; potassium, kalium, manganese, calcium, magnesium, iron, antioxidants, negative irons & amino acid, all of which have antimicrobial properties.

OUR JOB:Wild Nature has been educating and providing this product to hundreds of customers over the course of 22 years. Wild nature has provided this to the Cancer Council and has been endorsed by the Breast Cancer Association.

We are (as our customers are) confident to review and share our experience.

What we apply under our arms is important not just too prevent the inevitable odour that can offend, but importantly, as a healthy botanical product to replace the standard Deodorant or anti-perseperant regularly used by our teens and adults alike.

For health sake read on!

If you're new to to world of natural deodorant, you'll have to detox first. Your skin is so used to relying on unnatural chemicals that block your pores and the natural process - your body needs to purge. After using these products for years there is build up and residue under the skin that takes time to pull out. 

With conventional deodorant your armpits are most likely accoustomed to: 

  • Phthalates – a hormone disruptor and linked to infertility
  • Aluminum – linked to breast cancer and Alzheimer’s
  • Parabens – a hormone disruptor and can found in breast cancer tissue
    • ethyl, methyl, propyl, butyl, isobutyl, benzyl
  • Formaldehyde – a known carcinogen
  • Antibacterial – a hormone disruptor and adversely effects the immune system
  • Propylene glycol – an antifreeze agent 

It will take several weeks for a complete detox. During that time, it's suggested not to wear any deodorant. If you try to skip the detoxing phase and immediately switch to a natural deodorant you will most likely experience noticeable irritability and more sweating with a stronger smell.

With such chilly weather, doing a detox now is ideal. After your detox, you'll notice less sweating, less stink, and less irritation without using deodorant. My detox lasted around three weeks.

Experienced TIP: If you want to speed up the process mix some bentonite clay with apple cider vinegar. Apply with a rag on your armpits after a shower.


If youre trying an oil based natural deodorant... 

and you sweat , be mindful that you may get oil stains on the pit of your clothes.

If you like a scent ....

add 2-3 drops of essential oil. I recommend tea tree or eucalyptus because of the antibacterial properties. Our cusotmers just love Lemon!

For Super success I spritz before bed and in the morning.
Have you tried any natural deodorants? What are some of your successes or failures? 

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