The Quest For A Clean Counter To Body Odor

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Some promotions may be combined; others are not eligible to be combined with other offers. Melt together the shea butter, almond oil, beeswax, and zinc ricinoleate in a double boiler until the wax and zinc ricinoleate melt. I use a wooden popsicle stick to stir when needed and to dip" out the deodorant to apply it. I've also left the stick in the deodorant if I found that it was took soupy" after I made it, as it will soak up some of the oils in the mixture. They have three different spray deodorants: rose , sage , and citrus that I love to alternate.

how to make deodorant spray avoid having any issues, you can either use a fraccionated coconut oil, which doesn't solidify, or use a little less beeswax when you make your winter batches with regular" coconut oil. I would heat the beeswax and shea butter, then the coconut oil, then the first deodorant you made, then the powdered ingredients.

Of course, I bet I spent more than five minutes per stick of antiperspirant cutting and organizing coupons and matching with the best deals, then standing in my pharmacy trying to find the exact version on sale. I recommend Mountain Rose Herbs coconut oil for its superior quality and benefits.

Combine olive oil (or other carrier oil of choice, but I find extra virgin olive oil to work well and I always have it around the house anyway) and castor oil. This is a deodorant only, and it will not keep you from sweating (though it does do a good job of absorbing most of it, and certainly keeps you from stinking). If you fill that silicone (no more hard plastic) with this home deodorant (set in a cup to fill & harden) you can squeeze it up, apply and it goes back in for storage. I've been using UARMSOL deodorant for many years now, even when I sweat, I have no more underarm or armpit odours. Also, the deodorant is on the softer side so I have been keeping it in the fridge.

In a small (heat-resistant) mason jar, add your coconut oil, shea butter, and beeswax; and set the jar in a shallow pan of simmering water (turned off). Traboulsee says the original recipe was simple: some coconut oil, baking soda and essential oils. You can reduce the baking soda and substitute cornstarch altogether with arrowroot.

Because this recipe has beeswax in it, the likelihood that it will melt in your medicine cabinet is very slim. I made some deodorant using this recipe after spending about $9 on a stick that someone else made and figuring out that homemade deodorant works for me. This recipe works beautifully. It's not that big of a deal, but it does get annoying in the summertime when your deodorant separates daily in the heat.

Great recipe, but I am unable to use coconut of any kind internally or externally. If you aren't so excited about smelling like baking soda or hand sanitizer, then essential oils might be more your thing. Two lemons gives you enough for 1-2 months of deodorant (although it does start to smell funky after a couple works, the scent doesn't linger and it works perfectly in preventing stink). I have been trying to find the perfect, non-toxic and effective deodorant for years now. Before I explored homemade deodorant, I tried many naturally derived, store-bought deodorants, which have a bit of a bad rap. I think i'll stick it in my old deoderent container like someone suggested, so its not all over my fingers, that i stick in baby's fav deoderent is that of sage, lavender.

Natural Deodorant Recipe 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/4 cup corn starch 1/4 cup baking soda Measure all three ingredients into a small saucepan. So in my experimenting, using a lot of cocoa butter in my non-coconut oil stick was a bad choice. When the beeswax is completely melted, mix in the cornstarch/arrowroot and essential oils. If you reduce the baking soda (by adding more coconut oil to the mixture, for example,) you should be able to find a point that will work for you. If you fancy any more of my homemade beauty recipes you can check them all out @ my homemade skin care recipes board on Pinterest. I have heard people experiencing success by replacing coconut oil with equal quantities of shea butter and cocoa butter. I have a moderate coconut allergy, but would really like to add this to my naturopathic tricks! Add the shea butter and coconut oil to a stand mixer and whip it until incorporated.

Speaking of essential oils, if you ever find yourself smelling foul and don't have deodorant lying around, essential oils are wonderful for killing the bacteria and fungi on our skin that causes odor. I am definitely a heavy sweater myself, but this deodorant works to remove the smells like nothing else I have ever tried. I am making this right now and decided to try using my essential oil warmer and put the ingredients in a jar. The paste will melt" (as coconut oil does) right into your skin and absorb rather quickly. This is important to know in case the purported link is your sole reason for switching to an all-natural deodorant.