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If you are like most people, you probably hope to keep the pollution outside and keep your home as clean and pure for your loved ones as possible. Over this past summer, I stopped because I was living with a roommate who wasn't into having my stick in the fridge and then it melted all over the placeā€¦ I just went back to it and I forgot how much I missed it. I used Alba Botanica Lavender and Lichen and it worked ok, but the smell was not nearly as nice as the straight up coconut oil with some lavender essential oil in it.

how to make homemade deodorantAlso, go tell all of the naysayers who think you are weird, that your deodorant is better than their Right Guard, or whatever they use. Head to the deodorant aisle of any drugstore and you and your teen might be overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available. If you did use more beeswax than in the recipe, you can maybe try using Magnesium stearate which would give it slip". I am honestly pretty shocked at how to Make deodorant spray good it is. I would even say I stink less than I do when I wear normal deodorant.

It's really so simple to make your own deodorants, and although you'll have a small outlay at the beginning on the ingredients, you'll have enough coconut oil and shea butter to make several months' worth of deodorant (they also make good moisturisers), and the dry ingredients are cheap.

I tried this recipe after experiencing much of the same results from other DIY deoderants which called for more baking soda (i.e. red rash). This really works...I added a tad of olive oil so I had no trouble with my dog having dry skin and the smell was irradicated lol. If you're not convinced, try going to the Skin Deep database , entering the name of the conventional deodorant or anti-perspirant that you use and see how it stacks up. I am a very fragrant" sweater and even had problems with the strongest anti-perspirant deodorant out there.

I'm not sure if it is exactly what you use, because it was the almond oil out of my baking supply, I used about 10 drops and it smells amazing. I use a similar recipe (baking soda, coconut oil, vitamin E, cocoa butter) and it works great - it won't stop you from sweating, but it will stop you from smelling!

We are trying to be frugal this year (or rather that should ready have to be frugal this year :) ) and I had been looking for an easy deodorant recipe. I don't mind the deodorant being runny, but currently, with the shea butter, it's like a really creamy conditioner / paste and I don't have to wait for it to totally soak in before dressing. Ylang ylang essential oil has a pleasant smell and immune strengthening properties. I have been struggling with the inconsistency of coconut oil during hot and cold periods.

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.

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