Melon & Cucumber Natural Deodorant Balm - Plastic Free & Aluminium Free
*Please note this product is not currently available outside the UK*
Offering long-lasting, effective protection against body odour, this plastic free Melon & Cucumber Natural Deodorant Balm is cruelty free, naturally fragranced with botanical extracts, and approved by the Vegan and Vegetarian Societies.
Perfect for those trying to reduce their use of disposable plastics, this 100% natural deodorant balm is packaged in a recyclable glass jar, and contains skin-loving ingredients including shea butter and coconut oil.
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Maranta Arundinacea Root Powder,
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Sodium Bicarbonate, Cocos Nucifera
Oil, Copernicia Cerifera Cera, Bambusa Arundinacea Stem Extract,
Fragrance (Parfum)*, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract. Hydroxycitronellal*, Limonene*, Benzyl Alcohol*, Citral*,
Citronellol*, Geraniol*, Linalool*, Farnesol*, Eugenol*, Benzyl
Salicylate* *From natural botanical extracts and essential oils.
Ingredients We Don't Use: Aluminium Chlorohydrate, Triclosan, Parabens
For the bet results, scoop out a pea size amount of product and rub this in to clean, dry underarms.
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- deodorant balm
I have previously used the melon and cucumber spray, but wanted to get away from plastic packaging. So I was happy to find that the same scent is also available in a plastic-free container as a deodorant balm. The scent is lovely. Light, airy, fresh and natural. I don't like heavy flowery or spicy scents, so this is just right for me. The deodorant works well all day, is easy to apply and feels nice and smooth on the skin without being sticky.
Better than the spray
It took sometime before I could actually see better results, but it works better than the spray. The spray didn’t do the job however the balm did! It kept me dry and no BO. Spray had a better fragrance but it could be because it was lavender and the balm was melon. Next time, I’m trying lavender to compare.