3x Dry balance Deodorant – without aluminium (50ml each)
What exactly is Dry balance Deodorant (formerly "Dry24 balance Deodorant")?
Dry balance is our totally aluminium-free deodorant. Rather than masking B.O. by using dominant perfumes, it will balance your natural skin flora. Body odours are mainly caused by certain microorganisms which reside on the skin naturally. Dry balance helps to reduce these germs by using the antibacterial characteristics of pure Australian tea-tree oil, farnesol, linalool, Usnea barbata and limonene.
We make sure that we obtain the best quality of unblended tea-tree oil. This is especially important, since over 80% of the world's tea-tree oil is mixed with other preparations. Blended oils are less effective (yet significally cheaper to buy). When developing Dry balance, we never considered using cheaper ingredients, such as 'stretched' or non-australian tea-tree oil.
We also do not use any nanotechnology, for example nano-scaled silver particles – commonly known as 'nanosilver' – or penta-peptides, because the potential risks of such technologies for odour prevention, especially the health and environmental impact of nanomaterials, are rather unexplored until today.
Conventional antiperspirants or deodorants often stain the clothing. They can leave white stuff on black, bleached spots on coloured and yellowish blurs on white fabrics. Dry contains no aluminium, alum or zinc compounds and therefore will leave no such stains on your clothing.
What makes Dry balance so great?
- 100% aluminium-free
- gives you a fresh & safe feeling for 24 h without using 'heavy' perfumes
- antibacterial and antifungal
- avoids athlete's feet (tinea pedis)
- regenerates the skin
- moisturising and soothing
- refreshing lemon note
What makes Dry balance Deodorant so great?
- melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil → Australian tea-tree oil
- hexyl cinnamal → essential oil, derived from chamomile
- limonene → essential oil, derived from lemon
- usnea barbata extract → antibacterial agent, derived from 'Old Man's Beard'