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  3. […] Rather than trying to figure out exactly how to balance the PH in the deodorant recipe which I’ll leave up to chem majors – I know sodium hydroxide is sometimes used for this purpose, there are a few other quite simple options. Betty, author of Crunchy Betty’s Food on Your Face for Acne and Oily Skin and the girl behind Crunchy Betty blog, recently wrote a blog article on how to balance the PH in your homemade deodorant. […]

  4. […] disconcerting slathering it on your body once or twice a day. When I saw this article on the blog Crunchy Betty on how to make your own natural deodorant, I thought, Hey, I’ll give it a try. What’s […]

  5. […] know this has happened if you get the crazy itchiness again. According to Crunchy Betty, swabbing with apple cider vinegar before applying the deodorant will correct the […]

  6. […] vis dėlto nori tęsti natūralaus dezodoranto naudojimą. Kad subalansuoti odos natūralų pH, Crunchy Betty išrado purškiklį, pagamintą iš distiliuoto/filtruoto vandens ir obuolių acto. Būtinai naudokit obuolių actą, […]

  7. […] If you are one of the few people that develop under arm acne from the above deodorant (very pretty image isn’t it?) then you might try dabbing your pits with a mixture of 1 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar and  1 cup filtered water (use a spray bottle or cotton ball, whatev) before applying the deodorant.  Baking soda can irritate the skin by throwing off our natural pH balance as it is very alkaline.  The ACV helps restore that balance.  Just let ‘er dry and slather on the homemade deodorant above.  If you want to read an entertaining article with lots more detail about the ACV fix check out Crunchy Betty. […]

  8. […] know this has happened if you get the crazy itchiness again. According to Crunchy Betty, swabbing with apple cider vinegar before applying the deodorant will correct the […]

  9. […] actually have been using this concoction (get the recipes and science from Crunchy Betty) since right after the holidays and wanted to test it out for a couple weeks to make sure it […]

  10. […] redness that actually irritates you, it’s most likely due to the PH balance of your skin.  Here’s a quick and easy way to bring everything into balance without going back to conventional […]

  11. […] New news and ph balancing your old homemade deodorant […]



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