His & Hers Homemade All Natural Deodorant

His & Hers Homemade All Natural Deodorant

how to make deodorant sprayDeodorants work primarily by killing the odor-causing bacterial in your armpits, but by doing so they often kill good bacterial also. More corn starch means more wetness control; more baking soda means more odor control but can cause burning and rashes; and your butters may be harder or softer than mine, so adjust accordingly. For bad odour,dandruff, fleas, ticks & mites, I have a tried & tested recipe- mix equal amounts of neem oil & coconut oil (plain coconut oil will do, not the virgin one). Refined coconut oil has been heated and processed, thereby destroying many of the oil's powerful healing properties. I don't have trouble with soap made with coconut oil, but of course in soap, the fat has been largely saponified. I don't have any coconut oil right now but I'll be heading out for errands tomorrow & add it to the list.

Add 48 drops of lavender essential oil to the mixture of coconut and macadamia oils. I had been buying my deodorant from a vendor on etsy who makes it in her kitchen, but she got some press in some women's magazines recently that resulted in a lot of extra sales so her prices went from expensive to OMG. After experimenting with no coconut oil and failing miserably, I have to say, I am so thankful for all of the experimenting YOU did to come up with this perfect recipe, which perhaps is left best unaltered.

Luckily, I was able to treat the stains with a combination of white vinegar, baking soda, peroxide and hot water. Yes, it should work to put the mixture in an old deodorant container if you prefer applying it that way, because it does firm up nicely, even without refrigerating. I personally didn't have the detox, but it may have been because I was already using a natural deodorant.

I'd suggest adding it to help with the deodorizing abilities of this homemade deodorant, but if you are in a pinch and want to give it a try without it, you can just leave it out. Combine 8 drops of rose oil and 8 drops of lavender oil with 4 drops of citrus essential oil for a floral body spray. Anyways, I came up with a super easy homemade deodorant without baking soda deodorant that you can throw together in less than a few minutes that's both effective and smells amazing… amazing enough to temp you into sniffing your underarms! Tea Tree Oil - tea tree oil is strongly anti-fungal and is encouraged in this recipe since the underarms tend to be a dark, moist area where fungi like to grow. Since I live in Florida and it's so hot especially during the summertime, I carry a small sports deodorant in my gym bag and keep another one in my car.

I tried to make my own deodorant from a recipe I found on pinterest about three weeks ago.. but I lasted about two days before I gave up and ran out to buy some Secret. And moreso, out of pure devotion to you, gentle armpit-possessing reader, I wandered around Yokohama for three hours yesterday looking for the most elusive of all household staples (in the US, at least): baking soda. I really appreciate the personal review and great tips for using a crystal deodorant stone! The coconut oil is one of the key ingredients because it doubles both as a carrier oil and natural antibacterial. Some people report experiencing irritated skin after prolonged, topical applications of baking soda. I made your recipe but I omitted baking soda and beeswax and used clay instead but it's not setting. Scoop the mixture into your old deodorant dispensers or place in a small container with lid (I used a small mason jar).

All these things considered, I had pretty much resigned myself to simply keeping my arms down and praying that nobody stood downwind from me. Then I remembered that baking soda is a known odor absorber, and I decided to try making my own deodorant using that as a base.

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