Gentle Deodorant Cream - Tangerine 55g
Formulated for sensitive skin. Ultra-gentle, buttery soft and amazingly effective. This Gentle Deodorant Cream Tangerine uses the antibacterial power of magnesium oxide and white clay to ensure even the most sensitive skin stays fresh.
Magnesium oxide deodorises, while white clay helps to keep you dry. Rich, creamy shea butter protects your sensitive underarm skin.
Gentle Deodorant Cream is loved for its velvety soft texture and skin loving ingredients
Organic coconut oil and wild fairly traded shea butter hydrate and soothe.
Clever combination of magnesium oxide and white clay provide odour protection and dryness.
Especially formulated for dry and sensitive skins.
Contains no Sodium Bicarbonate.
Gentle enough to use post-shave
Registered with The Vegan Society
Certified Cruelty Free
Free from aluminium, alcohol, preservatives, artificial fragrance, mineral oil + palm oil
Maranta Arundinacea Root (Arrowroot Flour) Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil)* Sodium Bicarbonate Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Olea Europea (Olive Oil)* Magnesium Oxide Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax Citrus Sinensis Peel Oil (Orange Essential Oil)* Citrus Bergamia Fruit Oil (Bergamot Essential Oil)* * denotes organic ingredient
Natural Deodorant Co Gentle Deodorant Cream Tangerine under each arm using a light sweeping motion.
Ensure hands are clean and dry. Scoop a small amount of product from the pot Soften between fingertips. Gentle but thoroughly apply the deodorant to underarm skin. Massage in until the balm/cream is absorbed Dress and go about your day feeling FRESH!
Store the balm in the pot it comes in, at room temperature, with the lid sealed between uses to keep it clean.
If the weather is hot, try to find somewhere out of direct sunlight to keep your deodorant balm at its best.
If your balm melts, take the thin end of a spoon and gently stir the mixture and place back in a cool place until it gets back to the desired consistency.
Likewise if you live in a cold climate your balm will harden with the low temperature.