Claire's post yesterday was sobering. Robanda Body & Breast Firming Treatment, which purports to be a treatment for cancer patients, is toxic waste in a bottle with no less than three (maybe four) carcinogenic ingredients. As a refreshing contrast, we bring to you today, Pristine Recovery's Take A Whiff Natural Deodorant ($20).

As we are still in Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is particularly apposite to point out that Pristine Recovery's founder, Blaire Kessler, is a breast cancer survivor who started the line after failing to find products that did not contain carcinogens and harmful chemicals.

Not surprisingly, one of Pristine Recovery's products is a deodorant. Those of you who - with good reason - go out of their way to find a deodorant without aluminum or parabens and know how difficult the quest is, will be delighted by this find. It is so devoid of anything nasty, you could probably eat it.

Not only did Ms Kessler make sure Pristine Recovery is safe, she has created a range that is fun and feminine. The quirky packaging is all retro Hollywood, powder puffs and bourdoirs.

Ingredients in Pristine Recovery Take A Whiff

Glycerin (Plant Source), Purified Water, Sodium Stearate, Castor (seed) Oil, Salvia Officinals (Sage) Extract,
Citrus Tangerina (Tangerine) Oil, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Calcium Carbonate, Saccharomyces Ferment (Vegetable Enzyme), Aloe Barbadenisis Leaf Juice, Ethyhexylglycerin (Vegetable based Preservative).


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