http://hargapintugarasi.com/bireu/208 When life gives you lemons throw em at someone. Oh, wait. Better idea – keep the lemons and throw away deodorants instead.
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http://gsc-research.de/gsc/nachrichten/detailansicht/index.html?cHash=2589984e1a Allow me to introduce a deodorant that will never fail you – LEMON!
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dating sites aus It is bacterial activity on the skin that is responsible for an unpleasant odor. The acidic property of lemon juice helps to fight against body odor causing bacteria.
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http://armor-deck.net/edikpedik/4945 I have been personally using just lemon juice as a deodorant for more than two years now. There was never a moment when I felt the need to switch back to chemical deodorants ever since then. I can’t really comment if it also helps in lightening the underarms because I didn’t have that issue when I started using lemon juice. I did not face any allergic reaction to lemon juice but I’d suggest you take a patch test before taking the plunge and using it on the armpits.
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Caution -Do NOT reapply lemon juice without wiping the skin with a damp cloth first. It can sting if applied over sweaty or irritated skin.