FAQ

Is KLR Deodorant safe?
In the 1970s, some researchers began to fear that aluminum in anti­perspirants might lead to Alzheimers disease. Subsequent studies were done and they have convinced the American Alzheimers Association, a patient advocacy group, and the Food & Drug Administration, which regulates antiperspirants, that there is no relationship between aluminum in antiperspirants and neurodegeneration diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.  There is no longer research going on in this field as the regulatory agencies feel these past studies confirm the safety of the use of aluminum in antiperspirants.
 
Does KLR Deodorant contain aluminum chlorohydrate or aluminum zirconium?
No.  KLR Deodorant contains neither of these chemical compounds.
 
Does the product contain cyclomethicone?
Cyclomethicone solvents are now widespread in many antisweat products because they dont irritate skin and they evaporate quickly, leaving behind the deodorant or antiperspirants active ingredient but no greasiness or stickiness. Cyclomethicones do not break down in the environment readily and may bioaccumulate which has led to regulatory scrutiny in Europe.  KLR Deodorant does not contain cyclomethicone.
 
What is the best way to use KLR Deodorant?
Use KLR Deodorant right after bathing or showering to prevent bacterial skin growth.  KLR Deodorant works best on clean dry skin.
 
How long does KLR Deodorant last?
KLR Deodorant works well to reduce body odor for up to 24 hours.
 
How long does a jar of KLR Deodorant last?
With daily use a KLR Deodorant jar will last between 2 and 3 months.  Inexpensive product refills are available through this website so the container and brush can be re-used multiple times.
 
Is KLR Deodorant environmentally friendly?
Yes.  The main product in clear deodorant is in fact used throughout the world to help purify water supplies.