Reason #1 - Natural Deodorants are Aluminum Free
Many people use antiperspirants to keep themselves smelling fresh and clean all day long. But antiperspirants use aluminum to block your pores and physically prevent you from sweating, which isn’t good for your skin (and some studies say isn’t good for your health). Natural Deodorant uses natural ingredients to help neutralize body odor without harming your body.
Reason #2 - Natural Deodorants are Chemical Free
Conventional deodorants and antiperspirants contain a wide array of chemicals that can be harmful for your skin, from parabens and phthalates to petroleum based chemicals. Goat Milk Stuff’s Natural Deodorant is made with natural ingredients that won’t irritate your skin.
Tip #1 - Try A Sample First
Not sure if switching to natural deodorant is right for you? We offer samples so you can try a small amount before purchasing a full tube. Just choose “sample” from the size options.
Tip #2 - Dab, Don’t Swipe
One of the most common issues folks have with Goat Milk Stuff’s natural deodorant is that they swipe it on like it’s a conventional deodorant. Because it’s made of natural ingredients, it doesn’t have the hard consistency of a conventional deodorant, so it’s best to dab the stick on, rather than swipe.
Tip #3 - Detoxing Your Armpits When Using Natural Deodorant
Some people find that their armpits develop a rash when they first try a natural deodorant. While it may be an allergic reaction, for most people it is simply their skin detoxing from years of using antiperspirant. There are many different available recipes for detoxing your armpits, and most people find that once they do so, any issues disappear.
"Love it! Wonderful fragrance and am not noticing any difference in odor control between the natural lavender deodorant and the name brand antiperspirant I have been using for many years." - Annette K.
"I have tried to find a natural deodorant for 30 years and finally found this! Best deodorant hands down (arms up) EVER! SMELLS GREAT and no more "deodorant failures"!" - Vicki J.Additional Search terms: deoderant, deodrant