Toxin-Free Deodorants


OLD NEWS: Store bought deodorant is killing us.

But there actually are options that don’t harm you or leave you stinky!

Non-Toxic Homemade Deodorant

Answers

No toxins. Works amazingly well. Keeps sweating to a minimum.

(If you haven’t gotten your toxin-free toolkit and 24% discount that makes DIYs like this possible yet, click here: Young Living Starter Kit )

The best part? You know every ingredient!

Before I can give you the good news, you know I have to break your heart just a little bit.

Some of these, as per usual, are quite disappointing.

First of all, who knew there were SO many types of deodorant?

Take a look at what you’re putting on your skin, your largest organ, every day, sometimes multiple times per day.

Keep in mind that this is how ewg.org scores products:

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What deodorant are you wearing?

What are you letting your teens wear?

How are we setting up their (and our) future health?

Do you see yours on this list? I did!

AXE–I taught middle school and have basically tasted this in the air it hangs so heavily there by the lockers between classes.

I’m not surprised to see it listed as something we need to beware of putting on our growing children.

Now that we see where greed has gotten the consumer, let’s decide instead of anger, we will fight back with taking our business elsewhere.

Where?

1.) One-Click Natural Deodorant Buy

Young Living’s new deodorant options are amazing!

CinnaFresh and CitriGuard are great additions to your first Essential Rewards order!

2.) DIY Natural Deodorant

Clinical Strength Coconut Oil Deodorant

From onemomandablog.com:

You’ll need:

2 4oz Canning Jars

1/4 C Baking Soda

1/4 C Organic Arrowroot Powder or Non-gmo Cornstarch

4 TBS Organic Coconut Oil

1 TBS Organic Shea Butter

12 drops Thieves Blend Essential Oil (OR Peppermint)

12 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil

Directions:

1.) Mix baking soda and arrowroot powder

2.) Melt coconut oil and shea butter. Add in to the baking soda and arrowroot powder mixture

3.) Add in essential oils and stir until incorporated

It will be runny. It will solidify eventually, but to speed up the process, feel free to put it in the refrigerator for about a half an hour.

Apply with fingers after showering.

Note: if you made the Dishwasher DetergentLaundry Detergent, Fabric Softener, Lip Balm or Makeup Remover, you already have most of your ingredients!

Want to know how to go toxin-free using essential oils? Click here!
Enjoy!

Want to know how to live toxin free? Click here!

Andrea 🙂

Non-Toxic Homemade Deodorant

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