More Than Ordinary: Natural Deodorants

More Than Ordinary: Natural Deodorants | The Fresh Exchange

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Over the last couple of years, we have slowly been replacing our traditional body care products with as many all natural products as possible. Deodorant has probably been the most difficult skin care product to go natural with. We aren’t ready to go completely without deodorant yet, that is still too natural for us. However, we have slowly been trying and testing a lot of different deodorants as we run out. So I thought it was time to share what I have found in the process. Below are the nine best deodorants we have tested but I know there are more out there.

More Than Ordinary: Natural Deodorants | The Fresh Exchange

Herban Cowboy $8.72  |  Via Nature $7.08  |  Baxter $17.98  |  Every Man Jack $8.31  |  EO $5.99  | Onnit $9.95 | Burt’s Bees $8.60  |  Acqua Di Parma $37  |  URSA Major $17.98

Each deodorant has its strengths, and weaknesses, but overall with price/smell/ingredients the best overall is the one with the worst name. The Herban Cowboy, ah that name is awful, but it works great and doesn’t dry your skin out. But give them all a try and leave a comment if you are wondering about any of these or if you have tried them yourself.

Smell ya later.

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  1. we encourage you and your followers to try detroit naturals deodorant (www.detroitnaturals.com – $8.50 for a 2.0 oz jar). our company was born out of the same search for a healthy deodorant that was truly effective, after the products we found in the market did not satisfy both of these requirements. we’ve been receiving outstanding feedback from our customers and are planning on launching new scents in the near future.

  2. I have been following you all for quite a while and love these posts because you are great at seeking out amazing brands. Have you heard of the “think Dirty” app? Yes, bad name, but I love the idea behind it. You scan a products bar code and it searches its database to cross check the product’s ingredients with ingredients known to have harmful attributes. I was amazed to see brands I was using thinking they were completely natural–like some of burt’s Bees products–to have some not so great things in them. I think it’s worth using but taking their info with a grain of salt…

  3. The idea is great. I won’t spend 37$ on a deodorant but the one with the lavender looks nice. I will definitely try it. Someone mentioned there were other scents as well. Perfect! It’s high time we stopped harming the environment!

    1. That’s why we do all price points for these posts. Though the ones that are more expensive do last a lot longer we have found, but the lavendar one is our normal go to especially for traveling.

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