9 Natural Deodorants That Actually Work
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9 Natural Deodorants That Actually Work

Since autumn has practically become an extended summer in many parts of the states, a good deodorant is definitely in demand. I mean, we always want to smell good but all of those additives and chemicals are a definite no-no these days. If hot girl Fall (a.k.a #THOTUM) has got you sweating left and right, you know how hard it is to find natural deodorants that actually eliminate B.O. They either flat out don’t work, irritate, or make you smell worse by trying to mask your stank with a stronger smell. Here is a list of 9 natural deodorants that really do work though —  check them out!

Kinkō Care Microbiomix™ Balancing Deodorant

This all-natural deodorant is aluminum-free, baking soda-free, and works to balance your skin’s microbiome. If you’re wondering what the heck a microbiome is, it’s the invisible ecosystem that lives on your skin, which sounds gross but apparently our smelliness occurs when our skin’s bacteria and sweat mix together. It works by nurturing the good bacteria and neutralizing the bad, resulting in 24-hour odor protection.

kinko.care, $18

Lush The Greeench

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 This is for those of you who are into loose powder deodorants that you pat onto your pits. The Greeench is made a blend of natural herbs and powders, including thyme, rosemary, tea tree, as well as magnesium trisilicate and sodium bicarbonate. All of which are ingredients that are quite effective at deodorizing.

lushusa.com, $11

Humble Deodorant

This is a traditional deodorant stick situation, Humble comes in a variety of odor neutralizing smells and is made with stuff you probably have in your kitchen. It contains only 4-5 ingredients, no aluminum or parabens and is manufactured in small batches to ensure quality.

humblebrands.com, $16

Schmidt’s Natural Deodorant

This one is formulated without propylene glycol, parabens, and phthalates, or artificial fragrance. It’s also non-greasy, non-sticky, and easily absorbed by the skin because who wants wet armpits? And it’s a condensed formula that requires only a small amount to get results.

schmidts.com, $9

Smarty Pits Aluminum Free Deodorant

If you’re a smarty pants, your pits must also be intelligent. The cool thing about Smarty Pits is that you can choose scents with or without baking soda. Baking soda can irritate your underarms and sometimes cause discoloration depending on how sensitive your skin is. So if you’re on the sensitive side, this might be the one for you.

smartypits.com, $12

Meow Meow Tweet

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The name might make you pause for a second but it will also pause your sweaty stinky climate change underarms. They have a variety of options for every pit in the place. They make deodorant creams and deodorant sticks in all different fragrances, as well as a primer for irritation. You can choose baking soda or baking soda free and the packaging is biodegradable.  

meowmeowtweet.com, $14

Native Deodorant

This deodorant is ranked number one so it must be good! The stick deodorant formula comes in a variety of scents and apparently the trick is to find the one that best works with your body. They use a variety of safe ingredients that you can actually pronounce like Fractionated Coconut Oil, Tapioca Starch, Baking Soda and Milk of Magnesia just to name a few.

nativecos.com, $12

Fatco Stank Stop Deodorant Cream

9 Natural Deodorants That Actually Work

FATCO’s Stank Stop makes sense when you think about the ingredients. This deodorant cream is def not Vegan or Vegetarian since it’s made with grass-fed tallow, which is just a fancy way of saying lard. However, it’s also got organic coconut oil, shea butter, and aluminum-free baking Soda — and people swear by it!

fatco.com, $21

 

Primal Pit Paste

If you’re looking for lots of options for your pits then this will be right up your ally. Primal Pit Paste makes a paste stick and armpit powders with the option between activated charcoal, baking soda, and non-baking soda formulas. You’ll for sure be able to find what works best for your body.

primalpitpaste.com, $10-$12

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