The Biology Behind Body Odour & What Makes Super Deodorant Extremely Effective?
The biology behind body odour
Body odour is a very complex biological process. Sweat that results in body odour is secreted by the apocrine sweat glands. These glands are only present in certain areas of the body like the armpits, breasts, ear canal, eyelids, wings of the nostril, perianal region and some parts of the external genitalia.
Turning sweat into body odour
Freshly secreted sweat is sterile and odour free. Sweat being a salty fluid provides an ideal living condition for bacteria and other microorganisms. When bacteria start to metabolize the nutrients in sweat, it becomes a smelly affair.
Meet the guys that cause body odour
Staphylococcus Epidermidis - Malodour in armpits and body odour in general.
Corynebacterium Xerosis - Malodour in armpits.
Brevibacterium Epidermidis - Malodour in armpits and feet.
Propionibacterium Acnes - Malodour in armpits and feet.
Gardnerella Vaginalis - Female genital area.
Why do you need Super Deodorant?
The bacteria responsible for body odour play an important role in maintaining healthy skin. Stopping body odour without side effects is only possible if these microorganisms are controlled and not eradicated. Super Deodorant will get the job done for you without side effects ❤️.
We use pure medical-grade silver particles that are highly porous and micro-sized (NOT NANO). These particles physically cling very well to skin and hair follicles in the armpits and other hot spots. Once on the surface, they continuously initiate a safe chemical process through their physical behaviour and stop the bacteria from multiplying.
In other deodorants, it is simply an ineffective chemical reaction that alters the pH of the skin and ends up causing irreversible damage to skin's microbiome.