Alum salt rock deodorant

(1 customer review)

£5.99

Potassium alum is made of a mineral salt that slows down the proliferation of bacteria, which causes bad odours, letting the skin breathe freely. The safe and effective natural deodorant. Alum has a long history of safe use as a deodorant

Description

Why we love this Natural Alum Salt Stick Deodorant

This Natural Alum Salt Stick Deodorant is potassium alum, a natural mineral salt that slows down the proliferation of bacteria, which causes bad odours, letting the skin breathe freely.

It is hypoallergenic and fragrance-free and has a long history of safe use as a deodorant.

This deodorant is

  • Cruelty-free
  • 24-hour protection
  • Very economical – lasts many months
  • Does not clog pores.
  • Does not stain clothing.
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Does not contain aluminium chlorohydrate
  • Fragrance – free
  • Free from propellants, parabens, and alcohol
  • No petroleum, emulsifiers, alcohol, perfumes, or propellants.

How our Natural Alum Salt Stick Deodorant works

When applied to the skin it acts as a coagulant, constricting protein and thereby reducing the ability of bacteria to survive and cause smelly armpits.

Unscented and unisex, it offers 24-hour protection without blocking the skin’s pores or leaving white marks on your clothes.

You may also like our organic cotton discs and our natural and vegan Castile foaming soap

How to use:

Apply to wet armpits, or if applying onto dry skin, wet the stick first.

Do not use on broken or damaged skin.

Weight: 70g

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Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg

1 review for Alum salt rock deodorant

  1. Peter Nicholls

    I think it’s a very good deodorant, I just have to dip it in water and apply under my arms, it’s completely natural and although I use it every day, I reckon it will last me about 5 years, so very good value!

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