What’s the difference between antiperspirants and natural deodorants?
What’s the difference between antiperspirants and natural deodorants: Antiperspirants use aluminum to “plug” your sweat glands, which prevents your body from producing sweat. We are meant to sweat in order to excrete toxins and regulate body temperature. Natural deodorants contain no aluminum, so you still sweat, but the formula works to neutralize body odor. That’s because sweat itself doesn’t actually smell. It’s the bacteria that grows on sweat that causes odor. For those that sweat a lot we recommend a deodorant with Tea Tree as this essential oil is believed to be anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. We’ve included baking soda as a deodorizer into our formula and arrow root powder as an absorbent. For those sensitive to the abrasiveness of baking soda or first time deodorant users we recommend our Sensitive (Baking Soda Free) deodorant.
Safe and Effective Ingredients
Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
Naturally packed with rich fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants
Great natural moisturizer that holds antioxidants and vitamins
Pure natural wax secreted by honeybees to help keep the stick firm & smooth; skin protectant
An age-old, multipurpose product used in cooking and baking, baking soda is a natural moisture absorbent and odour fighting deodorizer
Starch that is derived from few tropical plants and is a natural moisture absorbent
Paraben and phthalate free fragrance oil
- 120.00 Grams