Natural Rapids Releases Revolutionary All Natural Deodorant for Total Skin and Body Health

Natural Rapids has developed an all natural magnesium deodorant that is aluminum free, baking soda free, and contains only natural and organic ingredients.

New York, United States - May 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Deodorants are used every day by women and men to help keep them feeling fresh and odor free. All natural products have seen a sharp rise in popularity because they are often just as effective and better for the human body than their synthetic counterparts.

The problem for most people who are looking for a natural deodorant is that there are a seemingly unlimited number of products to choose from. Many deodorants on store shelves are filled with synthetic ingredients, despite claims that they are “all natural.”

Natural Rapids, a fast-growing health and beauty brand that focuses on natural products, recently introduced their highly-anticipated all natural and organic deodorant. This deodorant utilizes several powerful ingredients like magnesium, organic coconut oil, and organic shea butter to produce a high-quality deodorant that works great throughout the day.

The all natural and organic ingredients of this unique deodorant are what distinguish it from other natural deodorants. This deodorant is produced under strict hygienic conditions and contains no artificial ingredients, unlike other deodorants on the market today.

“We’ve always loved natural deodorants, but we’ve been disappointed to see so many brands that claim to be natural but contain synthetic ingredients that just aren’t worth putting on your body,” said Bruce Stevenson, co-founder of Natural Rapids. “Our natural deodorant contains 100% natural and organic ingredients so that our customers can truly use an all natural product.”

Many other natural deodorants contain baking soda, which can often leave armpits sore and irritated. This is often due to the high pH level of baking soda. The Natural Rapids deodorant contains no baking soda, and the formula is designed to be gentle on the skin. The deodorant is aluminum free, baking soda free, paraben free, phthalate free, and cruelty-free. There are absolutely no synthetic fillers or chemicals that can often react poorly with the skin.

The Natural Rapids aluminum free deodorant has just been released on Amazon.com, and in only a short time, customers have fallen in love with it.

Natural Rapids reported that due to such high demand for the new deodorant, supplies are limited. To get yours now, visit https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Free-Natural-Deodorant-Magnesium-Organic/dp/B07N4CRVBS.

Contact Info:
Name: Bruce Stevenson
Organization: Natural Rapids
Website: https://www.naturalrapids.com

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