<strong>3 Key Ingredients in Anti-Perspirants that You Never Really Understood Until Now And Why Indeora Does not Use Them!: </strong><br /> 

Apr 10 , 2019

3 Key Ingredients in Anti-Perspirants that You Never Really Understood Until Now And Why Indeora Does not Use Them!: 


  1. Aluminum Chlorohydrate

Both roll on and spray antiperspirants typically contain a form of aluminium, which inhibits perspiration by clogging your pores to stop you perspiring.

By clogging your pores it also traps the toxins and potentially the aluminium within your pores. Toxins have the potential ability to accumulate in you’re the lymph nodes of your underarm, which may potentially cause unhealthy mutations over time.

Many researchers have carried out studies to examine connections between aluminium and its potential role to breast cancer forming. Scientific research has recently uncovered the unexplained and disproportionate occurrence of breast cancer in the upper outer quadrants of breast tissue; the same area to which antiperspirant products are applied.

Indeora use magnesium to actively naturally neutralise odour without clogging pores.

  1. Butane/ Isobutane

With an aerosol antiperspirant the propellant includes chemicals such as butane and Isobutane which are easily inhaled.

Despite warning labels on antiperspirant aerosols, instructing not to spray in confined spaces, a lot of people tend to apply their antiperspirants as part of their daily routine. This is normally after a shower or work out in small rooms like their bathroom or bedroom.   

Experts have warned that over-using spray aerosols, particularly in confined spaces, can lead to inhaling propellants that can cause potential allergic skin reactions and breathing difficulties.

Indeora spray is a fine mist and does not contain any propellants so you can breath easy.


  1. Triclosan

Triclosan is a synthetic antibacterial and odour-killing compound that is found in many antiperspirants. This chemical has been suggested to disrupt normal thyroid and hormone function.

Triclosan is registered with the Environmental Protection Agency as a pesticide and is classified as a probable carcinogen with some states in America recently seeking to ban it from some body care products.