The Best Natural Deodorants for Women

The Best Natural Deodorants for Women

Deodorants are part of practicing good hygiene for women, but lately they’ve come under fire due to having chemicals that could be harmful for your health.

Enter natural deodorants, products that are free of parabens, aluminum and other compounds. Consider our list of the best natural deodorants for women.

Nakd. Thai Crystal Deodorant

First on our list is Vasarii nakd. Thai crystal deodorant, made from 100% natural mineral salts sourced in Thailand.

The compound naturally deactivates odor-causing bacteria and doesn’t clog your pores like other artificial products. A single application can last up to 24 hours. Best of all, say goodbye to embarrassing shirt stains and residues!

Nakd. doesn’t have aluminum and is safe as it contains zero parabens, gluten, dyes and fragrances. The 100% mineral salt deodorant takes the top spot as the best natural deodorant for women as it’s pure, simple and very effective.

Primally Pure

The brand uses beef tallow as its primary ingredient, which is a moisturizing and cleansing agent. Be careful though as it can stain, especially black fabric.

Primally Pure is made of organic and simple ingredients and formulated for the sensitive skin type. There’s zero talc, triclosan, fragrance and aluminum and meets the ‘all natural’ requirements.

AER Vapour Deodorant

A rather unusual deodorant in that it’s applied as dry matte instead of a cream. It’s one of the few natural deodorants for women that has baking soda in it, and has a few scent options to choose from.

Saje Wellness Deodorant

Lastly we have a naturally-sourced deodorant that’s a spray-on, which is convenient for those who are always on the go.

Saje Wellness contains sandalwood, rosewood and patchouli, as well as mineral salts to keep those bacteria and odor at bay.

Misting is done 2 to 3 times per arm. The compound is non-sticky and won’t stain your clothes.

John Norwood
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