I am a big lover of natural deodorants. I have been avoiding the more ‘normal’ deodorants for a long time now. I was previously using the lush bar deodorant, Aromaco which I adored and would’ve repurchased however there is not a lush store near where I live. Whilst wondering around Coles I came across this new natural deodorant.
It cost $9 and at first I did think it was pretty expensive, but I thought it was worth experimenting to see how it was. I love trying out more natural alternatives.
On the front it says that there is:
No Palm Oil
The ingredients are:
Soo, my review of this deodorant.
It is great.
When you first apply it is seems weird as it is a solid block that comes off onto your skin a bit powdery. But it is absorbed super fast which I was happy to see because I didn’t want there to be white residue left under my arms.
Secondly, it smells amazing. I have the rose, jasmine and vanilla and the smell lasts all day which I really love.
I also feel like it does prevent any smells, and I am currently living under a hot climate and feel comfortable that I’m not going to start smelling halfway through the day. However, I do find it works best when applied later on in the day as well, as sometimes I can feel like it can begin to wear off. I will keep you updated as I keep using the product.
Okay, after using this product for around eight weeks I started to become less impressed. Having to apply multiple times a day and as the weather was getting hotter and hotter it seemed to a be a lot less effective ESPECIALLY if I hadn’t shaved in a while. Which means those who have hair in the pits would not enjoy this deodorant. The last few weeks of using this deodorant I got fed up and purchased a ‘normal’ one so I, unfortunately would not recommend this deodorant, especially if you live in a hot country
I would not recommend this deodorant. The price does seem pretty high at nine dollars and if you’re in a cooler country I think it would be great but it cannot seem to cope in hot climates such such as Australia. I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post and if you fancy, you can find my previous post on living in the Daintree Rainforest and my most recent posts about being in mexico and starting a YouTube channel!
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