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Skin Safety Goes Beyond Sun Rays and SPF This Summer with New Ways to Protect Your Health
Date:5/13/2013

BURLINGAME, California (PRWEB) May 13, 2013

Families are celebrating the start of summer with plans of BBQs, picnics, vacations and staycations. Outdoor activities such as surfing, biking and hiking are in the hazy, humid horizon. Crystal®, the #1 best-selling leaders in healthy, natural, deodorant protection, is reminding consumers that there is more to worry about than just the summer sun’s harmful rays – specifically the potential toxins found in many deodorants.

“Consumers are buzzing about the best products to use for their skin and overall health,” said Larry Friedberg, Senior Vice President for Crystal®. “We have always offered products made with natural mineral salts and that are hypoallergenic, fragrance-free and paraben free for women and men. Crystal® products were rated #1 by the Environmental Working Group in a safety assessment test of ingredients used in all deodorants. This summer, Crystal® is urging people to evaluate their skincare and odor protection products and opt for a healthy, safe alternative that is both gentle and effective.”

Odor does not discriminate – both men and women are faced with the challenge of odor protection, and the awareness is heightened during the warm summer months. Crystal® deodorants offer a great variety of products and are always natural. Crystal® essence provides consumers with aroma-therapy inspired scents and ROCK Deodorant by Crystal® offers a variety of bold natural fragrance options for men.

Crystal® understands the demand from men for products that will last in their instense work out sessions and their most intimate moments. ROCK Deodorant® offers 5 ways help men stay smelling fresh, with scented sprays Onyx Storm, Cobalt Sky and Granite Rain, as well as unscented versions in stick and spray.

“In addition to concerns for sun protection, many of my patients are asking for recommendations to help alter their overall skin care routine in the summer months,” said Dr. Richie Lin, a Dermatologist in Short Hills, NJ. “I guide my patients to consider chemical-free, natural alternatives whenever possible.”

Crystal® deodorants are composed of mineral salts which form an invisible layer on the skin, creating an environment impossible for bacteria to thrive. They eliminate the odor-causing bacteria and therefore prevent body odor. Unlike other deodorants which mask body odor with a perfumed scent and inhibit the body's natural expulsion of toxins, Crystal® is made with natural mineral salts, which are hypoallergenic, fragrance-free, paraben free and Contains NO Aluminum Chlorohydrate or Aluminum Zirconium.

Crystal Body Deodorant® is the only deodorant being prescribed by cancer treatment centers for their breast cancer patients. It is ideal for sensitive skin or allergies.

Consumers will also be pleased to know that they can leave their summer savings to splurge elsewhere – Crystal® deodorant products SRP ranges from $2.99 to $6.99 and are available at more than 35,000 locations. Visit http://www.TheCrystal.com and http://www.rockdeodorant.com to learn more.

About Crystal®
Since 1984, when it was first discovered in France, Crystal® has been a leader in healthy, natural deodorant protection. When first released it was sold only in a limited number of stores in the U.S. under the name, "Le Crystal Naturel", but today these products can be found in over 35,000 locations throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America. Crystal® products are the #1 best-selling leaders in healthy, natural, deodorant protection. They have a committed following of loyal customers and are on the shelves of retailers worldwide.

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