Natural Deodorant~sensitive skin/extra strength/natural/with coconut oil

Natural Deodorant~sensitive skin/extra strength/natural/with coconut oil

  • $ 8.50


Natural Deodorant ~ you're natural alternative that WORKS!

From Web MD: A few studies in recent years have theorized that aluminum-based antiperspirants may increase the risk for breast cancer.

According to the authors of these studies, most breast cancers develop in the upper outer part of the breast -- the area closest to the armpit, which is where antiperspirants are applied. The studies suggest that chemicals in antiperspirants, including aluminum, are absorbed into the skin, particularly when the skin is nicked during shaving. These studies claim that those chemicals may then interact with DNA and lead to cancerous changes in cells, or interfere with the action of the female hormone estrogen, which is known to influence the growth of breast cancer cells.

Now, I'm all about healthy living, and making an all-natural deodorant that works has been on my list for awhile... and now it's through it's testing phase and has proven it works! I'm in menopausal sweats (some of you know how that is) and it keeps me from smelling. And my husband?? He's a magnet for sweat~ and after a full day of working outside he STILL DIDN'T SMELL.

With Natural Deodorant you're still going to be a bit moist, but give it at least two weeks. And it's a good idea to shave at night and use this in the morning as the baking soda might be irritating to your skin after shaving.

This does NOT leave any residue on your clothes! Also, a little goes a LONG way. Everyone is different, but err on the light side.

Pit Balm is made with coconut oil, beeswax and shea butter for moisturizing. Arrowroot powder and a bit of baking soda for "smell" control. Basil, lavender, eucalyptus and cedarwood oils give it healing properties, but the scent is so light you don't even notice them.

Pit Balm comes in a 2oz paraben-free plastic jar.


Store in a dry, cool area. Because it's made with Shea butter and beeswax it can melt a little bit. If this happens, it will re-harden and it can still be used.