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Safer Deodorants on the Rise; Zion Health’s Non-Aluminum Natural Clay Deodorant Now Available at Whole Foods Market in Tampa, Florida
Date:9/2/2013

Tampa, Flordia (PRWEB) September 02, 2013

Zion Health announces that Adama Minerals Claydry, a natural mineral deodorant that neutralizes odors without aluminum, is now available at Whole Foods Market in Tampa Florida located on 1548 North Dale Mabry Highway. Claydry naturally absorbs wetness and uses a unique formula of Calcium Montmorillonite clay minerals, alpine oil and essential oils to offer natural odor protection. Alpine lichen is known to act as a natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent. Montmorillonite clay is a high-quality, edible-grade clay known for its absorptive and natural antibacterial properties.

Antiperspirants and deodorants are common defenses against underarm wetness and body odor. Zion Health's non-aluminum natural deodorant uses minerals from clay to neutralize body odor and is not an antiperspirant. Aluminum-based antiperspirant/deodorant formulas have been called into question because of potentially harmful ingredients. Research suggests that aluminum compounds are absorbed by the skin and can cause estrogen-like hormonal effects. A study in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry showed that aluminum-based compounds interfered with hormonal estrogen, a known influence in breast cancer, and breast cell receptors. This raises concerns about the possible impact of aluminum-based antiperspirants and deodorants on breast tissue.

Claydry natural deodorant offers non-aluminum odor protection without harsh chemicals like parabens or sulfates. The essential oil blend of calendula and chamomile also helps minimize odors naturally. Claydry is not tested on animals and is 100% vegan.

Zion Health produces a broad range of vegan and gluten free natural skin
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