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product check: recurrent deodorant

If you’re like us, you’ve really never been sure what they put in deodorant that magically prevents your underarm sweat from smelling. That is, until now. We’re here to explain the natural ingredients in recurrent’s deodorant and what they do to help avoid an awkward body odor situation.

First, we have our sweat fighters, that would be arrowroot powder and recurrent’s favorite ingredient, the reishi mushroom. Arrowroot powder, derived from the roots of tropical plants, is used to absorb sweat under the arms, while the reishi mushroom uses its natural anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties to kill off odor-causing bacteria.

Then we have our skin-repairing ingredients: coconut oil, vitamin E, and refined shea butter. Coconut oil contains nourishing vitamins that soothe and hydrate underarm skin, while vitamin E is full of antioxidants that reduce inflammation and help with skin repair. Refined shea butter acts as an added moisturizer because of the fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals that it contains.

Depending on what you were using on your underarms before, it may take a little time for your body to adjust to using our all-natural deodorant. If you were using an antiperspirant it may take 3-5 days to flush the antiperspirant active ingredients out of your skin. Heavy sweating from workouts or outdoor activities in the heat will help with the flushing process. If you were using a regular deodorant before, you will begin seeing benefits from our natural deodorant with the first use. You will require little flushing as long as you shower or wash your armpits first. That’s all it takes to update your deodorant game!

With these simple and all-natural ingredients recurrent’s unique deodorant not only fights off sweat and body odor but simultaneously heals and hydrates your underarm skin.

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