- No binders, no fillers, no stabilizers
- No chemicals
- Highly effective and long lasting deodorant
- Large 120 gram container will last 6-12 months
NOTE: People often confuse baking soda with the baking powder which contains aluminum. Baking soda (Sodium Bicarbonate) does NOT contain aluminum. Store in a cool place. If deodorant gets too warm, the coconut oil will begin to change consistency. Simply place in the fridge and it will be good for use again!
Warning: Do not use immediately after shaving or waxing the armpits or on the broken skin. Baking soda can be irritating to some people. If irritation occurs stop using the deodorant and apply a soothing natural cream or balm.
Similar Stick Deodorant
Other Penny Lane Organics Products
Lisa: a couple of weeks ago
Penny Lane Organics is the only place I buy deodorant from now. I’ve been alternating grapefruit and tea tree lemon for at least a year. I followed the advice from others to run it under water to wet it before use so it doesn’t crumble, and rub it in with damp fingers. The few extra seconds applying is worth the product safety and long lasting freshness, no reapplying needed!
Jessica: a few months ago
This deodorant smells absolutely amazing! It smells like fresh-pressed grapefruit, but is not too fruity for a guy to wear. My husband uses it, too. It's a very uplifting, happy fragrance. Because of its all-natural ingredients it does require a little bit of effort to put on. What I do is put it on right after stepping out of the shower, rub it on to wet skin, and then massage it in for a few seconds. Or I dampen it under the tap and then put it on. It really does need to be damp or wet to apply properly. And it also does leave a white residue, so be careful when putting on dark clothing. This stuff smells so nice though, it's worth the extra minute in your day to apply it!
Melanie: a few months ago
I have been using this now since the summer and couldn't be happier with the results. Yes, there is a learning curve with respect to how to apply it without making a huge mess but once I figured that out, I found this product to be exactly what I was looking for. My trick is that I actually put it on IN the shower, after I've turned off the water and dried myself off. I leave my pits wet and apply before I step out. The key is to just do light strokes, once or twice and not lay it on thick. You will be in a heap of mess if you try to use this like a conventional deodorant. The only drawback I find with this product is that there is no anti-perspirant aspect to it but I suppose the only way to achieve that is to add in the toxic chemicals that we're trying to avoid here.