Another reason to consider Precision TX™ is the presence of aluminum chloride in antiperspirants. Established years ago as a possible neurotoxin, aluminum chloride is FDA-regulated. The FDA requires all OTC deodorants incorporate no more than 25 percent aluminum chloride in its formula and expects all antiperspirants decrease sweat output by more than 20 percent or risk recall.
Deodorant side effects range from itching and dry skin to contact dermatitis and recurring boils. In some people, severe dermatological conditions arise due to allergic reactions to aluminum chloride, such as swelling of the face, throat and tongue, difficulty breathing and dizziness. Allergic reactions can happen at any time as well, even if you have used deodorants for years.