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Odor D-fense Aluminum-free Deodorant for Women

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An aluminum-free liquid deodorant made with beneficial ingredients such as aloe vera, witch hazel, baking soda and mineral salt to naturally combat a broad spectrum of odor-causing bacteria….and it really works!  This unique, ph-balanced formula conditions your skin as it works effectively to provide a safe and non-irritating alternative to chemical deodorants without leaving any residue.  Contains a special blend of botanical extracts and odor-fighting essential oils that will leave you smelling fresh, clean and wonderful too!  100% Vegan, paraben-free, cruelty-free and our #1 selling product!

*Note: There seems to be a growing misconception about propylene glycol these days so we're going to set the record straight--because we all know not everything you read on the internet is credible. Propylene glycol (a.k.a. propanediol) is often confused with ethylene glycol. It is important to understand the difference between propylene glycol and ethylene glycol: propylene glycol is a common food, medicine and cosmetic ingredient that has been used for many decades with no reports of adverse health effects. Propylene glycol (a humectant that is usually derived from corn sugar) is part of a broad-spectrum preservative system and is often included as part of a paraben-free system. While propylene glycol shares many characteristics with glycerin, it is also used to retard fermentation and as an anti-microbial and fungicide. The other, ethylene glycol, is a highly toxic substance and the main ingredient in anti-freeze! They are sometimes confused by well-intentioned individuals but they are not at all the same thing. There are many glycols, and most do act as an anti-freezing agent. This is due to the disruption of hydrogen bonding when added to water, and not because they are poisonous substances! The chemistry of each glycol can be quite different and while they may share some properties they should never be mistaken. Ethylene glycol is highly toxic and is often treated with a bitter agent to discourage ingesting. Propylene glycol is well tolerated and digested by the human body just as glucose. Only rare cases of skin sensitization have been observed, and only at very high levels over an extended period of time. In addition, propylene glycol oxidizes to lactic acid, which is what our skin’s natural acid-mantle is composed of. It is also fully biodegradable.

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  1. Best natural deodorant ever.

    Posted by Unknown on May 11th 2016

    This is the only natural deodorant that I've tried that actually works! By end of day I had no odor at all.

  2. deodorant

    Posted by Unknown on May 10th 2016

    I love it, no stains and no aluminum

  3. love it!

    Posted by Tania on Aug 24th 2015

    I love this deodorant! After trying many aluminum free deodorants, I finally found one that works for me. I like that it does not have a strong fragrance like other deodorants I've tried. I usually have to reapply half way through the work day, but this one lasts all day. I highly recommend!

  4. Roll Around Great

    Posted by Daldinger on Aug 3rd 2015

    I've been using this deodorant since April and LOVE it! The smell is fresh and clean. I'm a sweaty person and usually have a strong body odor. It does work well to mask the odor or keep it at bay, but if I've been profusely sweaty then I need to reapply this deodorant.

  5. Works well

    Posted by Danielle Aldinger on Jul 21st 2015

    I love that this is an all natural product. My armpits are very sensitive and can be smelly. This deodorant really helps keep my armpits happy and smell free most of the time. The only time I find it doesn't work is when I am really sweaty after a workout, but I expect that.

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