Make a plastic-free change with a fantastically effective natural deodorant that contains no aluminium salts, no non-natural chemicals ('nasties' as some call them), and no plastic in the package.
Just natural products, including plant oils that nourish the skin and work with the baking soda to keep you from smelling bad. Essential oils then create a lovely lasting fragrance and make you smell good - Palmarosa good.
Palmarosa is a grass, and its essential oil has a light floral scent, perhaps a bit rose-like, a bit rose-geranium like.
It is highly effective - a light application will keep you free of underarm odours all day.
For mess-free application it is packaged in a push-up cardboard tube that can be composted at home once empty (or buried in the garden to rot down - even if it ends up in a landfill, at least isn't plastic).
Ingredients: tapioca starch, coconut oil, baking soda, castor oil, NZ beeswax, grapeseed oil, shea butter, candelilla wax, essential oils, natural vitamin E.
1) Twist cap to break seal
2) Push up from base to expose a small amount of deo stick
3) Hold deo against armpit for a couple of seconds to warm the surface
4) With very little pressure, swipe the stick over the armpit, move sideways and swipe to ensure whole armpit gets an application.
A small number of people are sensitive to the baking soda. If irritation develops (as can happen with any product, natural or otherwise) then discontinue use.
Note that over-applying the deo can cause this too. A light application is all you need. Try reducing the pressure / amount.
## Note - while are original deodorants are vegan, this is from our new range that includes some NZ beeswax ##
Made in Wellington.
85g regular size available - with 28g travel size due Feb / Mar 2020.
(The 85g is much easier to use due to its width).
The 28g should typically last 2 months with light daily use; the 85g typically 6+ months (gives an indication of how little to use each time!).
Available in a range of scents and an unscented version - see our other product listings: