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Sweating is essential. Although it would be more convenient not to have to worry about it, the truth is that it is vital for our body and, just as our tongue gives us clues about what is happening inside, our sweat is also an indicator of our health.

The kidneys, liver and intestines are organs responsible for eliminating toxins and everything in excess that the body does not use. If our digestion is not at 100%, if we are not hydrated enough, if the liver and kidneys are unable to perform their cleaning function, this will be noticed in the odor of our perspiration (if you want to know how you can smell better , you can read more here ). And the problem is when we resort to deodorants with synthetic perfumes to cover up the bad smell or antiperspirants that block our glands, thus preventing our body from releasing sweat - a vital function! In addition to causing skin irritation, for example, they can even affect our central nervous and hormonal systems, and are especially harmful to women, as they can increase the risk of breast cancer.

Therefore, the best way to keep your armpits free from bad odors is through natural ingredients that neutralize bad odors, but allow the body to sweat anyway. You can be safe when choosing a deodorant at the mpl'beauty store, as they all comply with this rule! The first formula we created was Pink , in cream format, but we already have several options in the store and, more recently, some of them in stick format - at the request of many!

  • Pink Deodorant - in cream or stick format, contains sodium bicarbonate as a neutralizing agent. Rose extract keeps underarms clean and scented, and cocoa butter keeps skin hydrated and smooth.

  • Tangerine Deodorant - in cream or stick format, also with baking soda and clay, to absorb perspiration, with a wonderful citrus scent.

  • Sensitive Deodorant , cream deodorant formulated for sensitive skin, which sometimes reacts to sodium bicarbonate. This formula contains zinc and clay as neutralizing agents and blue tansy oil, with calming and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Calm deodorant, in cream or stick format, also for sensitive skin. Without bicarbonate and with activated charcoal to control bad odors, it has a wonderful aroma of lavender and vanilla.

It is also worth paying attention to some factors that may be giving your sweat an overly intense smell:

Food and digestion

It is super important to have a varied and balanced diet, and keep our digestion fluid. To help maintain balanced digestion and improve body odor, there is a magical ingredient that helps a lot - Detox Drops . The chlorophyll present in these drops helps maintain a more pleasant body odor and improves the body's natural toxin cleansing process. You can find out more about the benefits of this ingredient here .

You may have even noticed differences in your body odor after eating certain things. And it's not your idea: what we eat and drink, and even some vitamins, change our odor . We are not supposed to cut these foods out of our diet, but if you feel like you are sweating too intensely and have a strong smell, perhaps there are some foods that you can eat less frequently to alleviate this discomfort.

  1. Cruciferous vegetables: broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower contain sulfur or sulfur. When our body is digesting these vegetables, sweat can take on a sulfuric smell. You can minimize the effects by briefly cooking it in boiling salted water for the first time. Then you can add them normally to other foods.

  2. Red meat: our body has to make a greater effort to digest red meat, which can make it sweat more and have a more intense odor.

  3. Alcohol: alcohol is metabolized in the body and transformed into ethanoate or ethanoic acid which, when processed, can give sweat a particular odor.

  4. Fish: Some fish, like tuna or salmon, have vitamin B18 (choline), which can give your sweat a slight fishy smell.

  5. Processed foods: as they are rich in refined sugars, they can alter the composition and odor of our perspiration.

  6. Low carbohydrate intake: leaving carbohydrates aside is an easy way to lose weight, because the body focuses on burning fat. However, during the process, a chemical is produced that makes the sweat smell slightly fruity or like varnish, depending on each person's body.

  7. Vitamins: if you take too many B vitamins, you may notice that your sweat takes on a slight fishy smell.


When we are under stress or anxiety, it is normal to sweat more. In fact, we have two types of sweat glands, eccrine and apocrine. The eccrine cells are activated when it is very hot and the body has to produce sweat to cool down. Apocrine cells are activated to release sweat after a more tense situation, being richer in fatty acids and proteins. Initially, it may not smell bad, but as it does not evaporate as easily, it may develop bad odors when in contact with bacteria on the skin. If you have been feeling more anxious and stressed, try the CALMA mixture. This delicious cocoa drink helps you stay calmer and more relaxed.

Hormonal fluctuations

You may have felt that you sweat more or less at certain times of the month and even have a different odor . The truth is that hormonal fluctuations have a huge impact (you can find out if you have a hormonal imbalance in this post ). To help balance the hormonal system, you can try Super Mulher capsules. Just take 2 a day and you will be consuming a series of fabulous medicinal plants to balance your body and mind. All women would benefit from this mixture!

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