The Aluminum-Free Deodorant Transition Period

The Aluminum-Free Deodorant Transition Period

Sweaty girl armpits

Real talk: there is a transition period when you switch from antiperspirant (code word for aluminum) deodorant to aluminum-free deodorant.

The good news is, it only takes most people 5–10 days to transition and for some no time at all. Every person is different, but you may notice yourself sweating a bit more and not smelling your best during this period. Hang in there, it's worth it

To break it down for you, aluminum works as an antiperspirant by clogging up your sweat ducts so they can't release sweat. Sounds natural and healthy, right? Ha, no.

Sweating actually serves a purpose. It is your body's method to maintain a normal body temperature and helps flush toxins. So don't hate the player, hate the game.

Once you get through the brief transition phase, your body will function like a body should, and all natural deodorant should be just as effective as your antiperspirant was and so much better for you.

A little sweat shouldn't stop a good deodorant from doing its job.

Curie deodorant sweat odor

Make the switch and you'll no longer need that aluminum assaulting your sweat glands on the reg. Of course, don't just take our word for it. We encourage you to do your own research and enjoy the process of taking control of what you put on your body.

Curie’s all natural deodorant is made from simple ingredients that you can feel good about because putting on your body day after day such as coconut oil and shea butter. Even if the transition period takes a few days, we promise, it’s worth it to treat your body right. 

1 comment

  • Diane Circosta

    Just wondering, is the roll on deodorant good for men also?

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