Gentle Deodorant Cream Coconut + Shea (Unscented) 55g
(8+ weeks supply)
Ultra-gentle, buttery soft and amazingly effective. Our Gentle Deodorant Cream Fragrance Free Deodorant uses the antibacterial power of magnesium oxide and white clay to ensure even the most sensitive skin stays fresh. Magnesium oxide deodorises, while white clay helps to keep you dry. Rich, creamy shea butter protects your sensitive underarm skin. Gentle Deodorant Cream is the natural deodorant for sensitive skin loved for its velvety soft texture and skin loving ingredients.
Dive into the tropics with the creamy allure of coconut, and the velvety richness of shea. This unscented version of our popular bicarb free deo for sensitive skin carries a subtle scent for anyone wishing to avoid any added fragrance, while always staying fresh.
Aluminium free, paraben free, plastic free, eco friendly, vegan, sustainable, and fragrance free deodorant – The Natural Deodorant Co. have got you covered however you work up a sweat!
Our full, natural ingredients:Magnesium Oxide, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil (Olive Oil), Maranta Arundinacea Root Powder (Arrowroot Powder), Cocos Nucifera Oil (Coconut Oil), Butyrospermum Parkii Butter (Shea Butter), Kaolin (Clay)
How to use our products:
We’re paperless! You won’t find "How To" inserts or Delivery Notes in your orders anymore, but you’ll find everything you need to know here:
- Using a clean dry finger, scoop a small amount of deodorant from the pot.
- Soften the deodorant between your fingertips on both hands by rubbing your fingertips together.
- Apply thoroughly to each underarm until absorbed- but don’t rub too hard. Do not apply to broken skin.
- Enjoy 24 hour just-out-of-the-shower freshness.
To keep your deodorant at its best, store it in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. If your deodorant does become soft in warm temperatures, stir it and place in the freezer for an hour.
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