Does shopping for cruelty-free deodorant have you up in arms? When looking for a deodorant product, everyone has different needs. Whether you are shopping at your local health food store, drugstore, mega-mart or online, the world of cruelty-free deodorants has something for everyone. Fortunately, cruelty-free deodorants are popping up all over the place.
The following cruelty-free products are all fairly easy to find and one of them is sure to meet your needs, whether you need a strong antiperspirant, deodorant, a natural deodorant stone, or even if you would like to make your own product:
Antiperspirants are chemical agents that
reduce perspiration or sweating.
Deodorants are not antiperspirants—they do
not prevent sweating. They work by masking the smell produced by sweat-eating
bacteria.Burt's Bees Herbal DeodorantJasonNature's GateTom's of MaineKiss My FaceDesert Essence
This is nature’s deodorant: A combination of
mineral salts that control odor-causing bacteria.
Homemade DeodorantIf you are feeling ambitious, you can even make your own deodorant. I like the essential oils from Aura Cacia. Some people are sensitive to essential oils, so always do a small test on your skin and wait 24 hours to see if you have an adverse reaction before applying liberally. On a small saucer, mix the following oils with your finger. Once combined, massage a thin layer of the oil under your arms until completely rubbed in:1 drop essential rose oil6 drops jojoba oil2 drops essential lavender oil1 drop essential vanilla oil
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