It may sound a little unbelievable to you, but the sweat of the human body can fight off and eliminate infections. The compound which is found in the sweat is called dermcidin, and is the one responsible for killing off all the bacteria before they even get inside your body.

This is a process which is unfortunately completely destroyed by the antiperspirants. They are the ones clogging the sweat ducts with toxins and aluminium.



In this case, the bacteria on your skin starts to grow, multiply, and eventually get into your bloodstream.

This is why, in order to prevent all of this from happening, it is definitely time to start using antiperspirants and all those commercial deodorants, because they definitely contain toxins that are proven to be extremely damaging to your body and your health. Some of those toxins may cause damage to the reproductive systems, cancer and Alheimer’s.

But, on the other hand, we need to absolutely take care of our hygiene and the body odor. So, bottom line is – how to achieve that without using an antiperspirant?

For this purpose only, we will suggest you try using a natural remedy to solve this problem. We are thinking about the lime! It is not only completely safe to use but it also does not cause any side effects at all.

The lime is considerd to be as effective as all those artificial products! The lime has the amazing ability to stop the odor from ever appearing instead of just masking it like all the products we use do.

So, how do we use it? Here is how – just take a fresh lime and cut it in half. Take one piece of it and rub it onto your armpit.

Repeate the same procedure under the other armpit as well. Then, just let your armpits dry out before you put on your shirt.

With this time you will leave the citric acid to work its magic. And this is it! You will be kept odor free for a couple of hours! Just make sure you keep the sliced lime in a marked container.

Do you know why does this trick work? Well, the sweat itself does not have that bad smell at all. The smell is caused by the bacteria and the fungi which survive and are not killed by the dermcidin.

This is who the bacteria under your armpits learns to survive and even thrive.