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5 Natural Deodorants That (Really) Work

lavinila

Vanilla Lavender Stick

Lavanila’s beloved stick deodorant derives its lovely scent from essential oils, and it’s made without aluminum, parabens, phthalates or animal testing.
To Buy:  $14, Lavanila Laboratories

meow meow tweet

Tea Tree Cream

Made with baking soda, arrowroot and clay, this underarm cream from Meow Meow Tweet also packs the punch of soothing shea butter.
To Buy:  $14, Meow Meow Tweet

lovefresh

Eucalyptus Spearmint Cream

Formulated for sensitive skin, this cream deodorant from Lovefresh is made with shea butter, coconut oil and essential oils.
To Buy:  $15, Lovefresh

iwilla deodorant

Floral Fields Stick

This stick deodorant from Iwilla Remedy uses beeswax, clay and an essential oil blend of geranium, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, neroli and vetiver to combat perspiration.
To Buy:  $10, Iwilla Remedy

lavilin deodorant

Clove Calendula Roll-On

For a convenient option, try Lavilin’s fragrance-free, 72-hour roll-on deodorant, made with hyssop, clove and calendula extract.
To Buy:  $18, Lavilin

rachaeli
6/9/2015 11:22:51 AM

My husband and I have used solid stick deodorants from the Etsy shop Greenbubbleshome for years now. We absolutely love them as they are just as effective as the conventional, name-brand chemical-laden solids we formerly used. Greenbubbleshome offers an unscented deodorant which my husband uses and a baby powder scent which I use. The ingredients are truly wholesome and consist of: baking soda, vitamin E, coconut oil, castor oil, cornstarch, beeswax, essential oils, fragrance, lavender essential oil. She does NOT use any parabens and al of her fragrances are phthalate-free. I tried hundreds of dollars worth of "natural" deodorants but hers are the only ones that actually work.