Deodorant Cream - Lemon Lavender

  • $14.00

This deodorant cream is the perfect plastic-free, effective, and clean alternative to conventional store-bought deodorant tubes. Get to know your body and try a deodorant cream for a change!

If the thought of scooping out deodorant cream with your finger just isn't your thing, we also offer bamboo spoons that can help.

Sustain Yourself's formula is baking soda free, so say goodbye to rashes and irritation!

2 oz jar to get you started!

(this is not an antiperspirant, but has been shown to reduce sweating in some people)

How to use: scoop a pea-sized amount of deodorant with your finger (we recommend using the back of your fingernail or one of our bamboo spoons), rub it between fingertips, and apply it into armpits once or twice daily.

Ingredients: organic raw shea butter, *organic coconut oil, *organic arrowroot powder, *magnesium hydroxide, organic essential oil blend of lemon and lavender

*food grade

Ingredient benefits: 

shea butter: moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, healing, provides a creamy texture

coconut oil: moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, healing, antimicrobial, balances the stickiness of shea butter and provides a creamy texture 

arrowroot powder: absorbs moisture and is a thickening agent 

magnesium hydroxide: natural deodorizer, chemical-free, and ultra-gentle for sensitive skin 

essential oils: plant-derived scents and anti-bacterial

Tip: This deodorant contains coconut oil, which has a melting point of about 78 degrees Fahrenheit. So your deodorant may get a little melty if it's kept in a warm place and will become solid in colder temperatures below 65 degrees Fahrenheit. When you receive it in the mail, if melty, give it a good mix with a chopstick or spoon and stick it in the fridge for 1-2 hours to re-solidify (let it return to room temp before using). If too solid, keep in a warm place away from windows, near a vent, or in the bathroom. You can also microwave it for a few seconds to soften it!

Note: These jars have an infinite amount of uses! Using them for succulents or starting an avocado plant is a fun idea. But you can also use them for spices, your own DIY products, travel, jewelry, sauces, etc!