5 Natural Deodorants That Really Work
If the thought of reaching for an age-old, all-natural antiperspirant makes your sweat, fear no more! Natural deodorants have upgraded. In fact, a new crop of cover-ups keep you smelling fresh, without all the harmful toxins. For 5 natural deodorants that really work (because I tested them all), keep reading.
For the gym rat: Violets Are Blue, Strength Sport Deodorant with Baking Soda and Kanolin Clay, $16, Amazon.
Packaged in eco-friendly materials, each product is carefully handcrafted and hand-filled in small batches. The best part, merchandise is only tested on willing staff members – meaning no animal testing. Containing ingredients like baking soda and kanolin clay — for an extra punch of dryness – this formula is also paraben, sulfate, alcohol and synthetic fragrance-free.
Application tip: Apply once on desired area and let air dry. For ultimate results (or before an intense workout session) apply a second time.
For the girly girl: Weldea Wild Rose Spray Deodorant, $11, Thrive Market.
Rose is said to have epic antibacterial properties. So, it’s no surprise that it’s been bottled up for your pit protection. Advertised as an “effective, non-aerosol spray that eliminates the sources of unpleasant body odor and leaves a luxurious floral aroma,” this organic option does just that. The best part? The rose leaf extract has mildly astringent properties that refresh and tone your skin — cleansing away impurities – all the while keeping you smelling all lady-like and what not!