Deodorant - Coal and Clay (Floral + Mint + Wood)
This is our new and improved recipe, now with arrowroot and zinc oxide.
Clary sage is a natural deodorizer and we also have some tea tree oil in there to ensure that odor causing bacteria is in check. Vetiver and Sandalwood are natural natural deodorizers and helps sooth irritated dry skin.
We use organic oils and natural beeswax to ensure these small batch products soothe your skin while deodorizing.
We use arrowroot powder, zinc oxide, and activated charcoal to help deal with bacteria causing perspiration and wetness. No baking soda is used and can be reapplied when necessary.
Great as a unisex deodorant for average perspiration. Sweat like a beast?- Don't worry, we have something for that also. This is a great, soothing and effective product for most individuals who prefer a natural alternative to chemical deodorants. We don't use any synthetic ingredients, dyes, plastics, or harsh fragrance ingredients.
These products with therapeutic essential oils are not intended to prevent, treat, or cure disease conditions. It has been suggested the types of essential oils used in this product have been said to help with the following found in the ingredients links.
beeswax cera alba (beeswax), *cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, *butyrospermum parkii (raw shea butter) fruit, *simmondsia chinesis (jojoba) seed oil, maranta arundinacea root(powder), zinc oxide, activated charcoal, salvia sclarea (clary sage) oil, vetiveria zizanioides (vetiver), santalum album (sandalwood) oil, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, cananga odorata flower(ylang ylang) oil, cupressus sempervirens (cypress) oil
-We use only therapeutic grade essential oils.
Directions: Rub this unisex deodorant onto armpits to help prevent bacterial build-up and excessive odor from perspiration.
Not recommended for pregnant women due to essential oils selected.
**Although there are minimal amounts of essential oils in our products, some of our essential oils are generally not suggested for pregnant women. Some should specifically be avoided. Please use with caution at your own discretion.