Collection: Deodorant

Neutralize perspiration odor and absorb wetness with our Natural Deodorants.

Our USADA Certified Organic Deodorants are made with organic oils, plant butters, organic essential oils, organic botanical powders, and natural clays.

Contain no harmful chemicals and come in environmentally friendly packaging. 

More About Deodorant:

Why use a natural deodorant? The simple answer--why not! Our deodorants harness the power of plants, contain no synthetic chemicals, and come in environmentally friendly packaging--no plastic.

We Have Three Different Organic Deodorant Formulations, Coconut Stick, Coconut Cream, and Clay Silk Cream.

Our Coconut Cream and Coconut Stick deodorants combat odor using naturally antibacterial virgin coconut oil, baking soda and essential oils (except the natural scent) to help combat odor. Organic arrowroot or cornstarch helps absorb perspiration. 

Our Clay Silk deodorants contain no baking soda and rely on virgin coconut oil and essential oils to combat odor. Bentonite clay and organic arrowroot powder help absorb perspiration.

Try our Organic Body Powders for a light deodorizing alternative to creamy deodorants. 

Some of the students at Chagrin Yoga, in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, are fans of our products, especially our organic deodorants. Thank you to the students and studio for allowing us to film one of their classes as part of our video. Namaste!

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