The dangers of antiperspirant
This is a follow-up to the blog titled “Antiperspirant – is it harmful?” on 7/5/2103. If you look on your antiperspirant, you will find a warning on that back label that reads: “Ask a doctor before use if you have kidney disease.” So I asked my doctor, “What’s that all about?” He told me that if a person’s kidneys aren’t functioning properly, the aluminum from the antiperspirant builds up in the body. That’s scary.
Luckily deodorant doesn’t contain any aluminum . Deodorant won’t stop you from sweating, but at least you won’t be stinky and you won’t have to worry about any harmful effects from aluminum.
That’s interesting. What are the dangers from the build up of aluminum in the body?
Aluminum toxicity causes a host of issues ranging from Parkinson’s, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, stomach issues, to fatigue.