Homemade Tea Tree And Coconut Oil Deodorant

Homemade Tea Tree And Coconut Oil Deodorant

Learn how to use a pre-made rebatch soap base to create lovely rustic looking soaps for your personal use and gift giving. On the other hand, if you were to want to just replace the almond oil for the castor oil (while still using the zinc), that probably would work fine. The aluminum in Calcium Bentonite Clay is in a safe oxide form, not the dangerous man-made processed aluminum.

I love your magnesium body butter but it too doesn't get hard enough to work like a store bought solid. A spray is easiest to apply under the arms as well as on your feet, while a stick works best for armpits only. I followed this recipe (minus the baking soda as I have sensitive skin) I put into deodorant containers however once firm I cannot twist the stick up. Has anyone had the problem. Melt together 1 T. coconut oil, 2 T. shea butter, and 2 T. beeswax in microwave-safe bowl. First, we should all be on the same page about what the difference is between a deodorant and an anti-perspirant.

I also found even when using antiperspirant deodorant that they didn't completely work and kind of caused their own funky odor that stayed in my clothing. Trust me, this deodorant works to combat odor and soothe sweaty pits like no other! Anyway, this blog has gone on way longer than I had expected to write about Easy-Do-It-Yourself Deodorant so I hope you have stuck with me. Making your own homemade body powder could not be easier and more cost effective. So as I don't do anything moderately, I decided to go whole-hog au-natural with my deodorant. I recently found a few that were OK, but still, it sucks to settle when it comes to deodorant. I have taken notes on the comments to send to my daughter along with her first batch of homemade detox deodorant, so that she can be informed if anything unusual happens. The essential oils, and coconut oil alone should be enough to combat mild sweat/stink.

You'd have to come stick your nose under my arm to smell it. My boyfriend says, with a tone of disbelief, that I smell fine. In fact, all you need is one thing: Raw (and preferably organic) virgin coconut oil. In addition to patchouli essential oil, you need a base oil that can be melted and transferred into a mold or container to solidify. I sometimes spray a concentrated version of my laundry soap on the armpits and let it soak before washing - that definitely seems to help. When I decided to switch to homemade deodorant, I still had several old store-bought deodorants. After much research, I discovered a brand called Primal Pit Paste The ingredients were super clean and the deodorant was produced in Tampa (AKA: a Florida deodorant!).

Some people melt a bit of beeswax and add it to the homemade deodorant recipe to help it remain solid above 76 degrees. Thanks for posting this, I am currently trying to remove all toxins from my life and was confused what to do about deodorant for a while. Used as a deodorant a single fist sized Tawas Crystal may give up to two years use. In fact, I found that I sweat a lot less after I stopped wearing antiperspirant (which was long before I was a hippie and started making homemade deodorant). I melted the coconut oil a little, because it was definitely easier to mix that way. A couple of notes: I didn't have coconut oil, so I substituted organic shea butter, warmed to liquid on the stove.

Using clean tools, hands, and not adding water to the product will help protect the deodorant. Today I'd like to publish advice on the best deodorant for women given by several respondents. If you live in a warm climate, you might need add more baking soda and arrowroot like you did— which will thicken it up if it's too liquidy. I didn't stink from my homemade deodorant side as much as I had a scent' from the commercial. The clay gives it a medium grey-brown color, making it the darkest of the deodorants we tried. Make sure to break up, and mix in, any clumps of arrowroot powder or baking soda. Make your own spray deodorant by combining 20 drops of essential oil for every 4 ounces of distilled water. It works great here in upstate SC. A few drops od CASTOR oil is great for glide. I gave your receipt a swing (hippie and sucker for coconut out that I am) and I loved it!

I had bad underarm odor since I was a teenager-now in my mid 40's, and I used to use clinical strength deodorant. It is especially important for women to take thought to the harmful aluminum materials in deodorant as it has been linked to breast cancer, being that the breast tissue extends up into the armpits.

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