Who Said 100% NATURAL had to be boring? Smell like fruit fizzers and stay fresh & odour free all day!
100% Natural Ingredients
Free from petroleum, paraffins, phthalates, parabens, SLS, alcohol, dyes, synthetics, artificial fragrances and artificial preservatives
Hand crafted in the Yarra Valley, Australia
Family owned and made
Tested on family and friends!
The Good Stuff:
Odour Busting Sodium Bicarbonate - Our balanced low bi-carb formula, absorbs odours while staying gentle on the skin.
Super Herb Calendula -Natures skin soother with anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. Kills odour causing bacteria and keeps skin silky smooth.
Detoxing Bentonite Clay -An aged volcanic ash that, unlike some other clays, doesn’t stain skin or fabric. Draws out odour-causing impurities including toxins, bacteria, dirt, and oil, detoxing your pits for lasting freshness.
Organic Coconut Oil - Antibacterial and nourishing for smoother armpits, as well as the carrier for our amazing herbs!
Shea Butter - Rich in vitamins A and E with the essential fatty acids and nutrients necessary for collagen production, to sooth and heal delicate armpit skin.
Beeswax - To keep it where you need it! For long lasting, all day protection, without clogging pores!
Tapioca Flour - PH neutral and moisture absorbing. We only use organic preservative free flours.
Tip 1: You only need enough paste to create a thin invisible layer.
Tip 2: Our deodorant paste sticks to skin, not clothes, and washes out easily. However, for best results we suggest applying straight after your shower and waiting a couple of minutes before dressing, to minimise any transfer.
Tip 3: If this is your first time away from an aluminium based deodorant your body will thank you and expel a bunch of toxins from your system. You may find you need to apply more frequently during this time. But take heart, once your body adjusts you will smell great for up to 48 hours after each application. We add Bentonite Clay to our deodorants to fast track this process.
Tip 4: During cold winter mornings, you may need to scoop out a pea sized amount and warm it up with your fingers before applying.