Use of Natural Deodorants Following Lymph Node Removal

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Use of Natural Deodorants Following Lymph Node Removal

Postby PamelaS » Fri Jun 23, 2006 12:43 pm

Not sure if this is the spot to post this however, it was recommended to me by my oncologist and her nurse to use a natural deodorant following the removal of axillary (underarm) lymph nodes. Most natural deodorants do not contain aluminum and are safer to use. They can be found in most any health food store and are in stick form - there are also crystal formations available.

I have found them to be non-irritating to my skin (which can be slightly numb) and they are still effective in controlling odor.

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