ARE YOU USING PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS WITH THESE INGREDIENTS?  1. Sulfates Commonly listed as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), these chemical surfactants are found in many personal care products: soaps, body washes, facial cleansers, shampoos, conditioners, and toothpaste. They’re responsible for producing that lather we like and the suds we think indicate that we’re getting super clean. Why to Avoid Sufates Sulfates can trigger allergies and cause skin and eye irritation, and they have been found to be contaminated with 1,4–dioxane, a suspected carcinogen that’s also associated with organ toxicity and birth...
  • The Stinking Truth About Antiperspirants!

    The Stinking Truth About Antiperspirants!
    The Stinking Truth!  There are many ingredients manufacturers add to deodorants to make them more effective. However, these ingredients do more harm to your body than good. Some of them [2] include below:  Aluminum This is a big one! This ingredient comes with various health risks. Aluminum is linked to breast cancer and Alzheimer’s. Doctors have noticed aluminum alongside parabens in breast issues of patients diagnosed with cancer. Although further studies are needed to prove that this chemical poses a risk of breast cancer, it is better to be safe than sorry by avoiding deodorants with...
  • Deodorant without Aluminum actually works!!

    Deodorant without Aluminum actually works!!
    Deodorant without aluminum works! This is an experimented fact beyond doubt. In applying any substance to your skin, it is important you consider its health effects.
  • Eliminate Armpit Irritation After Shaving!

    Eliminate Armpit Irritation After Shaving!
    Do you shave your armpits? Got Armpit Rash?? Razor burn or shaving rash is a skin irritation that can be caused by dry shaving; shaving too aggressively; or shaving with dull blades. Few suggestions to help! Shave before bedtime only! Use a natural shave cream; we suggest EOS cream. Using a dull razor, which requires you to apply more pressure when pressing the blade edge against the skin, often results in irritated skin. Always rinse your razor under warm water in-between shaves, then switch out the blades or grab a new razor as soon as you notice that...
  • There Are Many Uses For Coconut Oil

    There Are Many Uses For Coconut Oil
    There are many uses for the superfood Coconut oil! This oil is extremely underrated, yet there are hundreds if not thousands of articles written about the uses of Coconut Oil! Read more below about the some great uses for this oil!!!  Skin moisturizer A study on humans revealed coconut oil increases hydration and reduces evaporation in the skin. Makeup remover Looking for a natural eye makeup remover? Swipe a bit of coconut oil across your lids to remove gunky mascara. The extra bonus? Lashes get an extra hit of a hydration from the oil. Sunscreen Coconut oil has an...
  • Let Us Help You Raise Funds & Educate Our Youth!

    Let Us Help You Raise Funds & Educate Our Youth!
    Why Partner With Us?  Schools reopening is a daily topic. Some may choose classroom, some remote. If your school needs to raise funds for enrichment programs, we would love to participate! I created Body and Soul Naturally about 4 years ago after learning that my aunt was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer forming in the lymph nodes under her armpit. As she went through chemotherapy doctors told her to no longer wear deodorant. This information was alarming and prompted me to research the connection between Aluminum Based Deodorants and Breast Cancer. I went on a...
  • What’s In Your Deodorant?

    What’s In Your Deodorant?
    Aluminum—the active ingredient in antiperspirants that keeps you dry—has raised the most concerns for its potential link to everything from breast cancer to Alzheimer’s.
  • How Do You Love Your Skin?

    How Do You Love Your Skin?
    Did you know the skin is the largest organ of the human body? Yes, it is! For that reason we must treat our skin well. How do you care for your skin? Our skin covers about 18 feet of the human body.