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4.0
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May/06/2017

Most ''super-effective'' natural deodorants on the market (which go by cute names for sweat/armpits followed by ''putty'', ''paste'' or ''butter'') use this same base with a few tweaks. Why pay so much for something you can make yourself? The only difference is that they add some skin conditioning ingredients or …Read more

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Age25-29

SkinVery Dry, Fair, Neutral

HairBrunette, Wavy, Medium

EyesGreen



5.0
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Aug/03/2016

Works amazing! I put it in an empty face powder container (the loose powder kind with holes on top) and got a big kabuki brush and use it all over the bod on really sticky days.

Also: think about waxing your underarms! I started doing that in 2004 and was life-changing... helps so much with sweating--there is nothing for the stink to hold onto when there is no hair underground! Plus it …
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About reviewer (235 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinOily, Fair-Medium, Cool

HairBrunette, Other, Other

EyesHazel


4.0
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Apr/22/2016

Works well as a deodorant that is natural and not going to really irritate you. With so many chemicals in different products now days it's worth it to be careful what you put on/in you. I usually do this 1/5 parts baking soda + organic cornstarch. and 1 part coconut oil

It stops excessive sweating and bad smell in the pits right in its tracks!

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About reviewer (132 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinOther, Tan

HairBrunette

EyesBlue


5.0
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Apr/02/2016

I'm here both to add to the chorus singing this combo's praises, and to add my own twist that I think will be valuable to others. I followed the recommendations here to add equal parts baking soda and corn starch to coconut oil until it was icing consistency. Add a few drops tea tree oil and I had the best deodorant (natural or otherwise) I've ever tried in my life! One time …Read more

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About reviewer (9 reviews)

Age25-29

SkinOther, Other

HairOther

EyesOther


5.0
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Feb/03/2016

This literally works better than commercial deodorants. You'll still sweat, but it won't cause yellow stains on light colored clothes because this doesn't contain aluminum like most other deodorants. I cannot recommend this enough. I know it seems too good to be true, but just try it and you'll see.

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Age19-24

SkinAcne-prone, Fair-Medium

HairRed

EyesHazel


2.0
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Jan/29/2016

I'll start this review by saying, I'm a sweaty Betty. A stinky pinky. A funky punky. Then, I have the nerve to work out 4 days a week! With the aforementioned being said, I have to try 2 times as hard as another person to keep my hygiene in check. Reapplying twice a day. Scrubbing my pits, drinking hella water, avoiding pungent foods...Yeah, you get it.

So, I've done …
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About reviewer (8 reviews)

Age30-35

SkinCombination, Other, Not Sure

HairBlond, Other, Coarse

EyesBrown


3.0
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Jan/07/2016


This does work, but it is too unpractical and inconvenient for me to keep using it. In the summer it does leave a residue on clothes. Putting it in a roller ball applicator would be a solution, but in the winter I would need to transfer it too something else. In the winter it has a drier texture, making it crumbly and messy. It's easy for this to get on my clothes, roll onto the …
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About reviewer (257 reviews)

Age25-29

SkinOily, Fair, Neutral

HairBrunette, Wavy, Medium

EyesGreen


5.0
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Dec/27/2015

I have been using a natural deodorant for 2 years. I mix up the following in a little glass jar:
-2 tbsp baking soda; 2 tbsp corn starch; 3 tbsp coconut oil

I will never go back to commercial deodorant. This works. Like everyone else said, you may still sweat a bit in summer, but no odor!

When switching to natural from chemical deodorant, you may go through a …
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About reviewer (29 reviews)

Age44-55

SkinNormal, Fair-Medium, Warm

HairBlond, Wavy, Fine

EyesBlue


3.0
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Dec/26/2015

This stuff works. I copied the ratio given by the ladies here, it worked but for about 6-8 hours only. I figured it could be improved so I tweaked it and added few drops of tea tree oil (anti bacterial, anti fungal, etc) and it worked absolutely fabulous!!! No stinkies for more than 24hours ????????????

You will still sweat, but no stink. Downside for me is that the stuff …
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About reviewer (5 reviews)

Age25-29

SkinNormal

HairBlack

EyesBlack


5.0
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Dec/09/2015

makeupalley - you did it again!
i've been searching for a natural alternative to the drugstore deodorant for quite some time. found nothing that would make me buy them again. they promise a lot, most (but not all) smell good, but they fail to deliver and can be quite expensive too.
makeupalley to the rescue. after reading all the reviews, i was worried that baking soda could be too …
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About reviewer (74 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinSensitive, Fair, Warm

HairRed, Curly, Coarse

EyesHazel