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Aluminum-Free Deodorant Uses Peptides To Control Perspiration

June 4, 2010: 04:09 AM EST
People with sensitive skin or an aversion to applying aluminum to their underarms have long searched for an aluminum-free deodorant that effectively stops the wetness that encourages odor-producing bacteria. Now a Madison, Wisc.-based company has introduced an aluminum-free product that it claims does exactly that. According to the company, Klima Hyper-Dri is made with tiny peptides, called pentapeptides, that penetrate the pores in underarm skin to form a barrier to perspiration. The product also contains “natural essential oils” – allantoin, lavender, tea tree and lemon – that act as antibacterial agents to prevent odor. The company says that 96 percent of customers who have tried the product would use it again or recommend it to a friend.
"World’s First Aluminum-Free Antiperspirant", I-Newswire, June 04, 2010, © I-Newswire.com
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