This natural deodorant starts with a maceration of Calendula in Coconut Oil, which soothes and nourishes the skin. A variety of clays are used to absorb moisture and remove toxins together with a small amount of Bicarbonate of Soda to help eliminate odours. Essential Oils are added, mainly for fragrance, but these too have wonderful properties; Patchouli is a wonderful healer of broken skin, Lime and Neroli are natural antiseptics and help kill bacteria, and Ylang Ylang apart from smelling beautiful is also a great antiseptic.
In developing this deodorant I wanted to help all users to check their breasts. So when ordering this product you will receive a mini ‘Taking Care of Your Breasts’ leaflet; containing information regarding how to check your breasts and what to look out for, together with a small spatula to aid in application.
£1 from every pot of Deodorant sold will be going towards The Harmony Therapy Trust a Kent based charity that supports Cancer patients through their treatment. To find out more about the charity please go to their website Ingredients:
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Maranta Arundinacea Root, Helianthus Annuus, (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Solum Diatomeae, Kaolin, Sodium Bicarbonate, Euphorbia Cerifera Cera, (Candelila) wax, Tocopherol, Pogostemon Cablin, (Patchouli) Oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Calendula Officianlis Flower Extract, Limonene*, Citral*,Geraniol* and Linalol* (*naturally occurs in Essential Oils)
Scoop the paste from the pot and apply to the armpit, use you fingers (don’t be shy!) to rub all over your armpits and then follow instructions in the booklet to check your boobies whilst allowing cream to absorb, then wash your hands. Do not apply to broken skin. If irritation occurs discontinue use.
Please note, this cream deodorant does contain oils, and although I have had no reports regarding staining clothes, please be mindful especially regarding delicate fabrics. This product as with all my products meets UK Safety standards and has the relevant Cosmetic Product Safety Report.