Why Is It Important To Change Deodorant?

Man spraying an aerosol deodorant under his arm, close-up

Man spraying an aerosol deodorant under his arm, close-up

In order for our body to get used to a certain deodorant and stop responding to it, dermatologists recommend us to change our deodorant on every six months. The best remedy against unpleasant smell is deodorant in stick.

Perspiration is a natural process of cooling the body down and discarding harmful materials. This process is often followed by unpleasant odors. Perspiration is different because of stress, heat, or exercise, and every kind of sweating has a characteristic chemical composition.

Because of the reaction between aluminum and sweat, clothes and/or washing powder, yellow spots often appear on our clothes. Dermatologists warn that we should not exaggerate using antibacterial soaps and shower gels.