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Deodorant Made In New Brunswick Kitchen Gets Worldwide Sales

Deodorant Made In New Brunswick Kitchen Gets Worldwide Sales

homemade deodorant stickFor thousands of years, essential oils have benefited female health, beauty and emotional well-being. Anyway, I used baby powder (had cornstarch in it instead of talc) in place of the arrowroot (I didn't have it), and some almond oil/mango butter to compensate for the lack of shea butter/coconut oil. When Emily asked one of us to write about homemade deodorant, I, having been a make-my-own-deodorant devotee for years, jumped at the assignment. For applicator, I used an empty gel deodorant container: very like a stick deodorant container, but with a little cover with 3 slots on top; plus a lid. If you like lavender, you could try 10 drops of lavender + 5 drops of a citrus oil.

For any Aussies, my favourite clay is here - I'm not affiliated, I just know how hard it can be for us to get these special types of products sometimes. I have also found that witch hazel immediately kills any odor, not sure why but it works really well so I have a small spray bottle of witch hazel with a few drops of whatever essential oil I like the smell of ready to refresh through out the day.

Great for fighting odor and for moisture, coconut oil was is the key binding ingredient for the dry powders. I like to keep things simple, with that in mind here is a great, extremely easy to make and use homemade deodorant for men and women that is as easy as shaking a box. This simple, homemade recipe works better than any other product I've ever used!

Switching to a natural deodorant will help keep your skin fresh and your health in check. I hope you'll try my homemade deodorant without baking soda Spray Deodorant recipe - it's so simple and super convenient! Hi, I have sensitive skin too and All I want to use is the arrowroot, shea butter and coconut oil. As for other homemade bath essentials, I like to use a mixture of honey and baking soda once or twice a week as a facial cleanser. I can't find arrowroot where I live (most Texans aren't in to trying new holistic things) and I'm out of deodorant now and wanted to make some so I don't have time to order any online. For example, the first time I bought a little container of Shea butter, I thought that I wasn't going to be able to afford to keep making my own deodorant. The first recipe was good, but too greasy, so the second time around I just added more clay.

Since I was heading to the gym, I didn't add spritz-on perfume because the deodorant seemed to have enough scent to carry me through. I was under the impression that baking soda contained aluminum too, but turns out it doesn't! That, ahem, was the beginning of my journey to find a non-toxic deodorant that can handle the manliest of smells. In the future I plan to even try drying out some orange peel and using that in the deodorant power. Some people experience a detox" period when they start using natural deodorant. I don't add anything to ours, the light scent of the coconut oil is enough for me.