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NATURAL DEODORANT BALM

Why choose a natural deodorant?


Our deodorant is handmade from natural ingredients that are 100% organic - it’s free from Parabens, Aluminium, BPAs, Petrochemicals and Palm Oil. It’s also not packaged in plastic, making it better for the environment.

Unlike many regular deodorants it doesn’t just mask bad smell, it actually prevents it. And unlike antiperspirants it doesn’t block your sweat glands, meaning that your body can still remove toxins.

How does it work?


When sweat interacts with bacteria on the underarm it causes body odour. The Bicarbonate of Soda ingredient slightly alters your skins natural pH level, which prevents bacteria (causing smell) from thriving. The Coconut Oil and Shea Butter provide moisturising benefits and the Aloe Vera soothes the skin.

How to apply?


Apply a pea sized amount using your fingertips to underarms, massaging into skin. Rub between fingertips to soften if needed.

CRUELTY-FREE & VEGAN

We're committed to remaining cruelty-free as a brand, and our deodorant balms stay true to this promise.

They're also vegan friendly!

KEY INGREDIENTS

With no Aluminium, Parabens or any other hidden nasties, just a few natural ingredients.

It's the love and care your pits finally deserve.

Bicarbonate of Soda

Alters the skins PH to prevent bacteria from thriving.

Coconut Oil

An effective moisturiser, helping with dry skin.

Aloe Vera

Contains cooling properties that soothe the skin. Perfect post-shave!

Shea Butter

A natural moisturiser which feeds the skin.

Arrowroot

A natural binding ingredient.

KEY INGREDIENTS

Bicarbonate of Soda

Alters the skins PH to prevent bacteria from thriving.

Coconut Oil

An effective moisturiser, helping with dry skin.

Aloe Vera

Contains cooling properties that soothe the skin. Perfect post-shave!

Shea Butter

A natural moisturiser which feeds the skin.

Arrowroot

A natural binding ingredient.

What are the dangers of Aluminium?


Aluminium is not something that occurs naturally in our bodies and there are some studies which link aluminium to health problems, including increased risk of breast cancer and neurological diseases. The Breast Cancer UK website lists aluminium as one of the chemicals to avoid and produces information to help you reduce your risk.

What are the dangers of Parabens?


Some early studies indicate that Parabens often found in beauty and personal care products may increase the risk of cancerous skin damage. The Breast Cancer UK website lists Parabens such as butyl, methyl, ethyl, propy, as some of the chemicals to avoid and produces information to help you reduce your risk.