70g - Zero Waste Deodorant Stick
Handcrafted in the UK using 100% natural ingredients, this vegan and cruelty free deodorant works fabulously, keeping your underarms fresh. An effective, natural and vegan deodorant that is completely plastic-free.
The key ingredient of Organic Coconut Oil is a natural antibacterial and moisturiser, coconut oil helps to soothe and hydrate your underarms. The Organic Arrowroot Powder - Helps absorb excess moisture, helping to reduce perspiration throughout the day. Vitamin E is an essential vitamin for maintaining healthy skin, vitamin E helps to ensure your underarms are taken care of, keeping the skin smooth and supple and is another key ingredient of Your Nature.
Please Note - because this is made using natural oils and butters, if they do get very warm pop them in the fridge for a few minutes before applying.
If you are wondering if natural deodorant is for you, then please check out our video on making the change to natural deodorant.
***Please Note - Due to hygiene reasons we are unable to refund this item once this product has been opened and used***
Your Nature deodorant is packaged in a biodegradable push up tube, an ideal natural deodorant for zero waste living.
Your Nature have stated the labels on their deodorant tubes are not laminated but they are unsure about the adhesive and if it is biodegradable. They are however looking into changing to 100% biodegradable labels in the future. It may be best to remove the label before recycling.
How To Use
Please make sure to always apply only to clean, dry skin.
Push the tube up from the bottom and directly apply the deodorant to underarms.
If irritation does occur, stop using immediately.
**Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera)
**Arrowroot Powder (Maranta Arundinacea)
Sodium Bicarbonate, Mango Butter (Mangifera Indica)
**Shea Butter (Butyrspermum Parkii)
Candelilla Wax (Candelilla Cera)
Vitamin E (Tocopherois)
Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oils(Cedrus Atlantica)
Grapefruit E.O (Citrus Paradisi)
* Allergens Naturally Occurring In Essential Oils