Schmidt's Deodorant Cedarwood & Juniper Deodorant
3.25 oz
Schmidt's Deodorant Cedarwood & Juniper Deodorant is a favorite among men and women alike. This provocative blend offers a warm, woody scent that is irresistible, with antiseptic & detoxifying benefits.

Directions: Apply gently to underarms as needed. Do not overapply.    

Ingredients: Maranta arundinacea (arrowroot) powder, Cocos Nucifera (coconut) Oil, Euphorbia Cerifera (candelilla) Wax, Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (fractionated coconut oil), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Cedrus deodara (Himalayan cedar) essential oil, Juniperus (juniper) essential oil, Tocopherol (vitamin E)

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Nicole: a few months ago

I tried the small pots of the calendula scent and the bergamot scent, to see if this brand actually works and it does! Lasts all day without getting smelly. The only thing I didn't like about the stick application is that it's a very rough and it hurts to apply. It's seems very grainy and I have to be extra gentle when applying. Will be going back to a pot/jar of this brand after I run out.

Krista: a few months ago

Smells great and lasts. This is the only natural deodorant I've used that works and lasts all day long.

Yolande: a few months ago

Smells good and lasts well... but very granular in texture and like many natural deodorants it has left my armpits feeling a bit sensitive with darkening skin.

Stephanie: a few months ago

A friend of a friend recommended Schmidt's as "the best" natural deodorant. I got this for my 10 year old son, as he is beginning to sweat a lot more and can get a bit "whiffy". I think it seems to be working. It smells very "woodsy", and reminds me of camping or going to the cottage (which is guess is due to the cedarwood). It's a good scent pick for him, being a boy, but I think a woman/girl could easily wear this too. A definite recommend.

Julian: a few months ago

I have tried many natural deodorants. This one is great overall. It smells awesome, it lasts long, and is powerful. The only drawback is that it can leave some residue on shirts at times.

Katrina: a few months ago

I like this deodorant, but it does smell a bit on the outdoorsy side - perhaps a bit masculine. I find the smell to be a blend of cedar and citronella. It is a GREAT natural deodorant though, and kept me fresh all day.

Dee: about a year ago

The smell is okay, but not horrible. However, the coverage is amazing and it keeps me fresh all day. I've used other more popular, unnatural brands in the past that didn't provide the coverage that Schmidt's does. Some of the other brands I would have to reapply by the middle of the afternoon because I was able to detect some BO. With Schmidt's, I'm fresh as a daisy all day right up until the next morning before I shower.

AB: about a year ago

I like this product in the unscented version, but this one smells weird. The cedarwood smell is strong, the juniper is undetectable, and the overall smell is kind of like dill...

adriana: about a year ago

Bought this for my partner and yesterday he brought over a T-shirt that he wore all day and asked me to smell the armpits...I know TMI, but we all do that test..right? ;) Anyway, it smelled clean. He was super happy that the deodorant is all natural and lasts all day without being too fragrant. I will be getting one for myself next.

C: about a year ago

Finally - a natural deodorant that works for my smelly husband! He's tried all kinds, and all have resulted in him being stinky within a matter of hours, even if he's not working. This has worked for him even after working a full day of manual labour.
He has sensitive skin, so I was concerned about this one as it does contain baking soda, but it must be less than other brands as he's a few weeks in and no irritation. It does have a very rough feel to it, but it works so no complaints.

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