Like many others I have started to rethink using most commercial deodorants. Here's the dilemma, I can have an offensive odor and sweat like crazy or take a chance with aluminum and other dangerous additives that have been linked to breast cancer and Alzheimer's. Or I can find a safer deodorant that works.Results: Ahhh, the most important part, right? I found the texture to be a tiny bit grainy but didn't really mind it. I think I would prefer a deodorant that stays firm in hot weather so I may like one with beeswax. But overall I found it controlled odor very well and am quite satisfied with it. It actually works better than the $14.00 "natural" deodorant I purchased on-line. ♥
Update: Within just a few days the weather was not as oppressively hot and this formula began to hold its shape even out of the refrigerator. So I am happy to now report that I am keeping it in the bathroom which is more convenient, but I still put it in a leak proof container just to be safe. ;-)
I will be posting more DIY deodorants for you to try soon!
Update: Other formulas for you to try!
Make Your Own Effective Solid Deodorant (Baking Soda Free)
Stay Fresh Natural Deodorant with Personal Review
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