What's under your arms?

Oils to use as Deodorant

I ready the quote below this morning from Ms. Fuller's Tidbits.  And I laughed.  I've been saying for years:  Use Geranium!  And now I see people are adding Patchouli, and I've just gotta try it!  

"I am in Bali and have just completed a 5-day outdoor festival during which I was outdoors in the hot sun all day. I used her wonderful suggestion of layering GERANIUM and PATCHOULI, and IT WORKED!!!" - Frances Fuller

I've recommended Geranium for years.  I use the crystal rock first, and then apply a drop of Geranium to each arm pit.  I've never had any offensive body odor.  And I love the scent!  Some folks have great results using Young Living Dentarome Plus toothpaste, and it definitely works for them.  However it does contain salt which can stain some delicate silk fabrics.  So, I'll stick to using that for my pearly whites, and this dynamic duo under my arms!

Geranium + Patchouli -- Give it a try!  (Even if you don't like it (which you will!), Geranium is lovely to add to your bath salts, or skincare regime...ask me if you wanna know more!)

Love and light,

Sharon :)

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