Alternative to deodorant in plastic packaging.
Got that “wha, wha” feeling every time you buy natural deodorants? We all want to switch our chemical-laden products but don’t necessarily want to be a stinker for it!
This deodorant is for the full spectrum of stinky. The coconut oil and aluminum-free baking soda base are a bacteria checking dynamic duo. Mixed with the moisture absorbing properties of arrowroot and the antimicrobial properties of the essential oils, you and your pits will never be happier! The scent starts with a lovely harmony of black pepper, bergamot, and a hint of citrus with a base of clary sage. The scent is light enough that it won’t compete with another fragrance. A word to all my black clothes loving people: this deodorant won’t leave those chalky white streaks that make you look like you’ve had a mime in a headlock.
If you’re finding yourself getting itchy from the Deo Cream, you might have a sensitivity to baking soda...it’s a pH thang… If this is YOU, try Sensitive Pit Cream.
- Deodorant Stick
- Refillable Deodorant
Sensitive Pit Cream
- Crystal Deodorant
- Unpackaged Deodorant Puck
Goes great with:
Coconut oil*, baking soda (aluminum free), arrowroot starch*, beeswax, essential oils of black pepper*, clary sage*, bergamot*, tea tree*, and grapefruit*.
Regular = Glass jar with aluminum lid.
Lil = Aluminum tin.
Put a little on the tips of your fingers and apply. A little goes a long way!
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Clean and reuse for DIY creations, or you can recycle both the glass and aluminum.
Where It Comes From
Continuing a family legacy of herbalists and natural healers, Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde has built her company around providing handcrafted, herbal body care products to those seeking natural and effective alternatives to chemical-filled products. Like a witch over a cauldron, Budde experiments with age-old ingredients and recipes passed down from various healing traditions to craft innovatively simple products that are good for the body and the earth. Fat and the Moon is based in Grass Valley, California on Nisenan land.