THE DEOTM Nighttime Deodorant
THE DEOTM Nighttime Deodorant contains a healthful blend of botanical ingredients, formulated for nighttime use in cooperation with the body's own natural healing rhythms. Sea Kelp has historically been used for dilation, thus allowing your body's pores to open naturally while you sleep. Formulated to attract, absorb and cleanse bacterium and metal ions from the underarms without any form of aluminum. Pure, organic detoxifying ingredients work at night and provide 6 to 8 hours of safe and efficient absorption of accumulated debris and odors.*
If you have been using a commercial deodorant or antiperspirant, check the label to see if it contains any type of aluminum, alum, petroleum or propylene glycol, any of which can lead to the buildup of chemicals under your arms. This can result in irritation, hygiene problems, or worse.*
THE DEOTM Nighttime Deodorant cleanses away buildup to release waste fluids, supports healthy lymphatic flow, and absorbs all types of aluminums, encouraging a reduction in daytime odors.*
Enhances flow of waste fluids*
Supports detoxification of lymphatics*
Helps control underarm pH*
Key organic botanical ingredients help attract metals and residues*
Encourages a reduction in daytime odors*
Effective for both men and women*
Can be used on skin in general to support the body's own healing processes*
Can be used on breasts or in groin area to support detoxification of lymphatics in those areas*
Suggested Use: Initially a period of 30 nights is recommended, followed by a maintenance program of 2-4 times a week. Can also be applied to irritated skin, scars, inside thighs, on ankles or other pulse points †
Beeswax (Cera flava), *Kelp (Laminaria digitata), *Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), *First Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea), * Sweet Almond Oil (Prunus amygdalus dulcis), *Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao), Shea Butter Sustainable (Butyrospermum parkii), *Coriander (Coriandrum sativum), *Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea), *Tapioca (Cassava derived), *Olive Leaf (Oleae europaea), *Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), (* Certified Organic - 80%)
Research & More Information
Our bodies do much of their healing, tissue repair, and detoxification during the nighttime hours while we rest.1 BioPure’s DEO is a pleasant-smelling deodorant intended to be applied at bedtime so that its healthful botanical ingredients can collaborate with the body's natural restorative rhythms. While you sleep, the DEO’s unique formula of natural herbs, sea kelp, and rich emollients, helps your body to detox, cleanse, and heal itself. Laminaria digitata, a type of brown seaweed, is rich in iodine that provides thyroid support, plus vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Laminaria 2,3 and Coriander 4,5 are known to absorb heavy metals and toxins. Together with aromatic Rosemary, the trio stimulates circulation and lymphatic flow and helps your body detox while you sleep.
Most of the offensive odors associated with perspiration are the byproducts of bacteria on the skin that are busy breaking down the proteins contained in sweat. Laminaria 2, Coriander 6, Olive leaf 7,8, and Rosemary 9, have all been noted to have antibacterial properties, and Olive leaf is also a strong anti-fungal agent 7. Together, they help rid the body of potentially odor-forming bacteria. Arrowroot helps to open up your pores to penetrate the upper layers of skin, and with Tapioca, helps to attract and absorb bacteria and toxins. Coconut, olive, and sweet almond oils, with cocoa and shea butters, soothe, soften, and moisturize the skin. Coriander also has calming anti-inflammatory properties.10 DEO’s formula feels so rich and soothing to the skin that some customers apply it anywhere on their body that is irritated or needs healing.
The DEO offers a safe and healthful alternative to conventional deodorants. Its ingredients are 80% certified organic and it is completely free of the potentially harmful ingredients found in most antiperspirants and deodorants on the market today.
Parabens, commonly used as a preservative, have been found in a significant number of samples of cancerous breast tissue.11 Propylene glycol, used to form a cohesive base for other ingredients, is considered safe, but can cause allergic skin reactions, and in rare cases of over absorption, has been associated with serious hyperosmolality.12 Aluminum-based compounds form a plug in the sweat duct, temporarily stopping the flow of perspiration to the surface of the skin. Aside from road-blocking one of the body’s important avenues of excretion, aluminum can be absorbed into the body, and research has shown possible links with breast cancer, Alzheimer’s, Lou Gehrig’s and Parkinson’s disease.13 TEA and DEA, are commonly added to adjust pH, and can break down to harmful toxins and be absorbed by the skin.
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4 Omura Y, Shimotsuura Y, Fukuoka A, Fukuoka H, Nomoto T. Significant mercury deposits in internal organs following the removal of dental amalgam, & development of pre-cancer on the gingiva and the sides of the tongue and their represented organs as a result of inadvertent exposure to strong curing light (used to solidify synthetic dental filling material) & effective treatment: a clinical case report, along with organ representation areas for each tooth. Acupunct Electrother Res. 1996 Apr-Jun;21(2):133-60.
5 Miho Aga, Kanso Iwakia, Yasuto Uedab, Shimpei Ushioa, Naoya Masakib, Shigeharu Fukudab, Tetsuo Kimotoa, Masao Ikedaa and Masashi Kurimotoa. Preventive effect of Coriandrum sativum (Chinese parsley) on localized lead deposition in ICR mice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Volume 77, Issues 2-3, October 2001:203-208.
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7Korukluoglu M, Sahan Y, Yigit A. Antifungal Properties of Olive Leaf Extracts and Their Phenolic Compounds. Journal of Food Safety. Volume 28, Issue 1, pages 76–87, February 2008.
8 Casetti F, Bartelke S, Biehler K, Augustin M, Schempp CM, Frank U. Antimicrobial Activity Against Bacteria with Dermatological Relevance and Skin Tolerance of the Essential Oil from Coriandrum sativum L. Fruits. Phytotherapy Research. Volume 26, Issue 3, pages 420–424, March 2011.
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10Reuter J, Huyke C, Casetti F, Theek C, Frank U, Augustin M, Schempp C. Anti-inflammatory potential of a lipolotion containing coriander oil in the ultraviolet erythema test. JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft. Volume 6, Issue 10, pages 847–851, October 2008.
11Barr L, Metaxas G, Harbach CAJ, Savoy A, Darbre PD. Measurement of paraben concentrations in human breast tissue at serial locations across the breast from axilla to sternum. Journal of Applied Toxicology. Volume 32, Issue 3, pages 219–232, March 2012.
12Wilson KC, MD, Reardon C, Theodore AC, Farber HW. Propylene Glycol Toxicity: A Severe Iatrogenic Illness in ICU Patients Receiving IV Benzodiazepines. A Case Series and Prospective, Observational Pilot Study. CHEST September 2005 vol. 128 no. 3 1674-1681.