With more studies showing the harmful effects from the chemicals regularly used in body care products, isn't it time to switch to a safer product? These natural deodorants are free from aluminum, petroleum based chemicals, parabens, phthalates, and other unnatural ingredients. And because it is a deodorant (and not an anti-perspirant), it won't clog your pores and stop your body from detoxing.
Each deodorant contains 2.5 ounces of natural deodorant in a twist up tube.
If you've been using chemical anti-perspirants for a while, you may find that you experience detox symptoms (such as a rash) when switching to a natural deodorant. Not everyone does, but if you do, here is some information on How to Detox Your Armpits which may help you during the transition period.
- Cedarwood - a masculine scent with cedarwood essential oil a hint of orange
- Citrus Tea - strong, citrus scent
- Lavender - lavender essential
- Oatmeal, Milk & Honey - our most popular scent smells strongly of honey
- Rosemary Mint - smells like spearmint with some hints of rosemary and peppermint
Available Formulas: There are two formulas available - the original and a baking soda free version for those who are sensitive to baking soda or have extremely sensitive skin.
Directions: When applying, I would suggest dabbing it, and not rubbing it on. You don't need to over-apply. You can feel the salt (inhibits bacteria) while you're applying it, but it doesn't sting even if you have recently shaved.
Ingredients: Coconut Oil; Arrowroot Powder; Baking Soda; Beeswax; Shea Butter; Essential Oils; Salt. (Note: Oatmeal Milk & Honey is a fragrance oil).
Please remember that this is a deodorant and not an anti-perspirant. It will not prevent you from sweating. If you sweat heavily, you may need to apply it more than once throughout the day. We personally have not found this necessary unless working hard outside all day on a hot, humid day.
This product has not been evaluated by the FDA.
Allergy Warning: If you are concerned about an allergic reaction, test the deodorant on a small area of skin and stop using if irritation occurs.
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