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Fairhaven Health Launches New PregnancyPlus Natural Deodorant Designed Specifically for Pregnant Women
Date:5/22/2013

Bellingham, Washington (PRWEB) May 22, 2013

With the health of a growing fetus largely dependent on the health of the mother, it is no surprise that many women become hyperaware of everything that goes into their body as soon as they see two lines appear on a pregnancy test. At no other time in life is the desire to eat healthier and avoid unhealthy habits (like caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine) stronger than during pregnancy. But how about the products pregnant women use on their bodies? Does this increased awareness during pregnancy extend to the lotions, potions, and cosmetics women apply to their skin on a daily basis?

Rare is the woman – pregnant or otherwise – who foregoes the daily ritual of applying deodorant. But unfortunately, many off-the shelf deodorants have a well-deserved reputation for containing harmful chemicals - toxins that have been scientifically demonstrated to disrupt normal biological processes.

“Research indicates that harmful chemicals like phthalates, parabens, and certain forms of aluminum affect fertilized eggs and hormonal balance related to implantation and fetal development,” said Dr. Chris Meletis, naturopathic physician, educator, international author, and lecturer. Studies have also shown that these harmful chemicals can damage fertility and may even lead to early onset of menopause.

Dr. Meletis helped formulate Fairhaven Health’s new and improved PregnancyPlus Natural Deodorant specifically for trying-to-conceive and pregnant women. Now conscientious moms-to-be have a win-win when it comes to deodorant. With PregnancyPlus Natural Deodorant pregnant women can attain all-day odor fighting protection without the guilt associated with using deodorants laden with toxins.

“I see too many women exposing themselves and their unborn babies to dangerous chemicals and addi
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