The Best Natural Deodorants That Really Work

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As the love for a more natural approach to beauty and health is rising, it seems more women are questioning what is in the products they put on their bodies, and, deodorants are clearly no exception. Traditional deodorants actually stop the natural way in which the body releases toxins and regulates temperature which is through perspiration. So, in order to still care for your body and provide you with that fresh and clean feeling, natural deodorants have came up with recipes that do the trick.

But, most all-natural products are met with the presumption of not being the most effective. So, we’ve tried and tested the best natural deodorants available today – from the affordable to the higher priced – to see which really do work and if they’re worth the purchase.


Neal’s Yard Remedies Lemon & Coriander Deodorant, £8.50

A rare formula for natural deodorants exists in this product by Neal’s Yard. As most are roll-ons, this lemon and coriander spray deodorant offers a splash of freshness in consistency too. It combines eight pure essential oils, to give you a gentle and effective way to face the day with confidence and lasting freshness. And, the zesty blend of lemon and coriander naturally cleanses bacteria.

Nala Care, Detox: Peppermint & Activated Charcoal, £19

Quite new to the scene, Nala Care is a deodorant only brand with the aim to better the ingredients consumers put on their body with the hope that negative effects (such as serious illnesses) are reduced. The uplifting brand has three types of deodorants on offer, and, their peppermint and activated charcoal blend safely neutralizes underarm odor by using botanicals and scientifically validated ingredients of the highest quality.

Sukin Natural Deodorant, £8.10

The popular brand Sukin – available on FeelUnique – also caters to the natural options for deodorant. Although they’re known for their face masks, the creators also know how to make the perfect mix of scents for feeling fresh. This aluminium free and paraben free deodorant eliminates the bacteria that causes odour without using harsh ingredients. A delicate blend of tangerine, mandarin and lavender oils, combined with vanilla extract will leave you smelling and feeling fresh and clean.

Dr Hauschka Sage Deodorant, £13

Dr. Hauschka is a brand that understands the importance of perspiration stating that: ‘[…]perspiration is of vital importance. It not only regulates our body temperature but also removes impurities and forms the acid mantle as a barrier on the surface of the skin to protect against harmful germs.’ Their Sage Deodorant therefore supports what your body needs by combining a beautiful combination of sage and mint for long-lasting and healthy freshness.

Kopari Coconut Deodorant, £11.34

Today’s #KopariQuestion is… how do I make the switch from regular deo to natural deo?! See below… . ✨ How to Survive the Antiperspirant Detox ✨ . Exfoliate your pits – Since commercial antiperspirant deodorants leave a sticky chemical residue on the skin, start by exfoliating with Coconut Crush Scrub to buff away dead skin cells and residue. . Pit mask – Clay masks that contain bentonite or kaolin are known to be super detoxifying and can also be used in the armpit area for the same effect. . Sweat it out – Working out, steam rooms or dry saunas will really help you sweat out all those toxins and speed up the process. . Drink water – Drinking water will stimulate the lymphatic system and this will help flush your body and detox even quicker. . Wipe, then swipe – You may want to keep some baby wipes handy to freshen up those pretty little pits through the day during the detox process. Then simply re-apply Coconut Deodorant. . Although the switch from an antiperspirant to a natural deodorant may seem intimidating, we promise your bod will thank you! Think about it: you get to purge your pits of years of toxins, help get your underarms function how they should, AND smell like sweet coconut milk while you’re at it. Sounds like a win-win (& win). . So now that you know, empower your pits and make the natural switch. Glide on and go get em girl! 😘

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This deodorant is paraben-free; sulfate-free; phthalate-free; gluten-free; silicone-free; GMO-free and aluminium-free. Making it an even better choice, it is also not tested on animals and made in the USA. If you’re in the UK, Kopari thankfully ships to you too so you don’t miss out on the unique blend of sage oil, (which helps aid in sweat- and oder-reduction) and coconut oil (which repairs skin and moisturises).


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