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Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (3)I always try to use natural products, to eat well and to live a healthy life. I like to say that if I can’t eat it, I don’t want it on my skin so my favorite beauty products are always nearly edible. Making my own natural beauty products has been something I have done for a while now and today I’m sharing the newest recipe: an all natural deodorant for those who want a chemical-free option. I had everyone in the office road test this recipe and all came back with raving reviews. For this batch I used geranium essential oil which is both uplifting and calming at the same time – perfect! But really you can use any of your favorite essential oils for your own batch.

The small deodorant containers that we used fit nicely into hand- or travel bags but we plan to make larger sizes in the future too. It’s also worth noting that although you only need a small amount of the zinc oxide in this recipe it’s worth buying a whole bag. Zinc oxide is the active ingredient in this deodorant, meaning you can add more if you want a more deodorizing product. It is also the active ingredient in our upcoming natural sunscreen. Save and print the recipe card below and have fun making your own all natural deodorant. I have included a list of the products I purchased below. Oh, and before I forget! I have also included the printable labels which you can edit using the free font Acron before you print. Just download and once you have installed your fonts, open in Adobe Acrobat or Reader and add your own fragrance choice onto the label. They can be printed onto full sheet label paper and trimmed to size for your small containers.

You can find more of my natural product recipes here on the blog such as a simple lavender bath salt, an organic lip balm, a coconut oil make-up remover and face scrub, a whipped body butter and a floral body scrub. Each comes with their own printable label, making these products the perfect homemade gift for friends and family or as a natural treat for yourself. The beauty of all my bathroom products is that you can use your favorite essential oil to add your fragrance. Essential oils are soul-soothing and can be a great, natural way to wellness. I’m a big fan! Enjoy! ~ Lia

Bees Wax| Shea Butter| Vitamin E Oil| Almond Oil| Coconut Oil| Zinc Oxide

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  1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (8)

    Simone August 19, 2021 at 7:17pm

    I’m looking into making a deodorant cream.
    I came across your recipe, and I like that you don’t use baking soda, but zinc oxide.
    Have you tried leaving the bees wax out?
    I’m thinking of trying that out and see if I get a cream that works from that.
    Any suggestions?


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      Lia Griffith August 20, 2021 at 8:10am


      Hi Simone! No I haven’t tried this recipe without the beeswax. Leaving it out may result in more of a cream, or you could even try a smaller amount? Let us know how it turns out!


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    Etienne Goulet June 22, 2021 at 10:59pm

    Is it possible to have the recipe in cup and spoon please ? And thank you un avance.


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      Lia Griffith June 23, 2021 at 7:09am

      @Etienne Goulet

      Hi! We didn’t use those measurements because it’s more accurate to weigh the ingredients. You can try converting them (there are several online conversion calculators) but not sure how the final product would turn out.


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    MvE May 10, 2021 at 3:41am

    Dear Lia, Can I replace the zinc oxide with a zinc cream? I have sudocreme at home but don’t know that it is the same?


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      Lia Griffith May 10, 2021 at 5:49am


      Ooh I can’t say for sure as I have only made it this way. Zinc oxide is a powder and safe for personal use like this so I personally would stick to the recipe as written for best results.


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    robbin December 14, 2020 at 6:54am

    hi lia , looks like you have a good recipe, i wonder , if we sell the deodorant how long the shell life , because we can not sell to friend if the shell life is short ,but from your recipe there is no water , supposed without water it can last very long right , thanks lia …..


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (15)

      Lia December 14, 2020 at 10:52am


      We recommend using up any DIY product in 3-4 weeks!


  5. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (16)

    Cheryl October 13, 2020 at 10:38am

    Hi Lia,
    I love this recipe! I live in Texas and work outside a lot, and I sweat, but I don’t have an odor. It’s amazing!
    I am having the same problem as some of your other readers with the zinc settling on the bottom. I didn’t have sweet almond oil so I used Jojoba. Could that be the problem? Also, if I want to make a double batch, can I just use double the ingredients, or does something have to change?
    Thanks so much!!


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      Lia October 13, 2020 at 11:31am


      I’m so glad you love the recipe! I haven’t tried jojoba so I can’t say for sure if that was the problem, but you can try mixing in the zinc when the mixture is a bit warmer (instead of waiting a few minutes for it to cool). Doubling the ingredients should work fine for a double batch!


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    Talya February 7, 2020 at 6:23am

    I tried this recipe more than a year ago, and never went back to store bought deodorants.
    After more than a year of using this recipe to make my own deodorant, and having tested it through all four seasons, I can finally write a fully informed review. In short: it absolutely works.
    I live in a very hot climate. In the summer, temperatures often reach 98-100 degrees. I was also a scout leader until I graduated last year and took it with me to all of our camping trips and hikes. I also dance (ballet) and this is what I use before classes.
    I have to admit, I was taken aback by the efficiency of this deodorant after making the first batch and trying it. I used to heavily rely on commercial deodorant, and had to reapply multiple times a day if I was outside or exercising.
    With this ( the natural deodorant), I’ve never had any problem with odor, even when hiking in the desert.
    It smells good but isn’t aggressively scented like commercial deodorants are, and the consistency resembles that of a balm, which is definitely better, in my opinion, than baking-soda-based, paste-like deodorants that I’ve tried before.
    A few things to consider, though –
    1. Again, the consistency resembles a balm – I might leave some residue on your clothes, most of the time it comes off in a wash, but keep that in mind.
    2. Due to the zinc oxide, which is white, it might leave some whiteness on the sking, that’ll be visible when wearing a sleeveless shirt. Personally, I don’t mind, and many times commercial deodorants do that too. But you can try and put a thinner layer or use a little less zinc and see if that’s better.
    3. If you make a batch knowing you’ll be using this in a hotter climate, I’d recommend using a little more beeswax, to ensure it stays firm and wouldn’t melt in your bag.

    I definitely reccomend this recipe, and I also recommend changing the essential oils you use to create seasonal scents. You’ll want to use essential oils with antibacterial properties, and make sure they’re safe to use on the skin and still safe when exposed to the sun.

    Thanks for the amazing recipe!


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    Sam September 18, 2019 at 2:10am

    Lia, a query, can I cut down the recipe quantities in half? And will it still be as effective?


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      Lia September 18, 2019 at 10:22am


      Hi Sam,

      You can cut the recipe in half and it will work just as well!

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    Janine August 15, 2019 at 4:53am

    Had trouble mixing the zinc in. Was sticking at the bottom no matter what I tried. Filling the containers left the zinc oxide at the end to fill but was a sticky substance 🙁


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      Lia August 15, 2019 at 10:51am


      What brand did you use? You could try mixing it in when the mixture is a bit warmer (instead waiting for it to cool 3 minutes).


  9. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (23)

    Ashley April 17, 2019 at 6:21am

    Hey there,
    I made this and put it in a bigger size container and it ends up leaving a thick residue on my skin. I am not sure if I am mixing this wrong. Not sure what to do for next time.


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (24)

      Lia April 18, 2019 at 12:08pm


      It could be the brand of shea butter or beeswax– I have heard from others that some do not work as well in homemade deodorant or soaps.


  10. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (25)

    Talya March 18, 2019 at 3:51am

    The recipe looks great, I’d love to try it!
    I’ve been using my own homemade deodorant for some time now, but the recipe uses baking soda and cornstarch (to absorb the coconut oil that’s in it too).
    It works great as far as it comes to neutralizing odour, but leaves a white powder on the skin, so it wont be good in the summer if I wear anything sleeveless.
    Would the zinc oxide deodorant leave any whiteness on the skin?


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (26)

      Lia March 19, 2019 at 12:22pm


      I have not seen whiteness, though I am very pale so I may not be the best one to test! Since there is not a lot of the zinc, I would say no.


  11. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (27)

    Esther November 4, 2018 at 1:47am

    I’ve made deodorant with coconut oil, shea butter, arrowroot, beeswax, zinc oxide, 10 drops sunflower oil, and some orange/lime essential oil.
    I also tried one without arrowroot as well.
    Ive noticed that I can’t get the residue off. When in the shower, even with soap and warm water, and a scrubber it seems to leave a white sticky residue that I have found almost impossible to scrap off. Have anyone found this issue? I was thinking maybe an emulsifier may help?


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    Jaylene June 11, 2018 at 10:57am

    Hi Lia how long does the deodorant last as I see you mentioned the recipe above makes 10 sticks of deodorant. Should it be refrigerator and if so what is the shelf life at room temp vs the refrigeration.


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (29)

      Lia June 11, 2018 at 2:55pm


      Hi! The recipe makes 10 mini sticks, so it would likely fill 1-2 larger containers. I’ve noticed the shelf life is about 4-5 weeks, but should keep a bit longer in the refrigerator (or freezer!)


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    Nada April 11, 2018 at 12:32pm

    Hi Lia , Which product can I use instead of zinc oxide? I have arrowroot and baking soda…do they work ? Thanks


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (31)

      Lia April 11, 2018 at 4:36pm


      Zinc oxide is important in this recipe because of its antibacterial properties that help eliminate bacteria lurking on the skin.


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    Lynda January 8, 2018 at 12:36pm

    This may sound asinine but I’m having a terrible time getting the utensils clean that I used to make this deodorant. How did you do it?


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      Lia January 8, 2018 at 2:09pm


      Oh no! Oils and butters can be tricky to wash. I use ceramic measuring cups and spoons, so I don’t have much trouble washing. But I usually wipe them out with a paper towel first and will soak them in soapy water if needed.


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    Taylor Palmer October 4, 2017 at 10:48am

    Hey Lia, this is on my list of natural products to make. Do you also make shampoo, conditioner, laundry soap, and dish soap?


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      Lia October 4, 2017 at 11:19am

      @Taylor Palmer

      Hi! Not yet, but I have come across a few recipes that I’d like to try and put my spin on 🙂


  16. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (36)

    branden July 29, 2017 at 8:52am

    Can this same recipe be made replacing the zinc oxide with arrowroot powder and almond oil with some other carrier oil?


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (37)

      Lia July 31, 2017 at 10:32am


      We haven’t tried it so I don’t know for sure. If you do try please let us know how it goes!


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    Taralyn July 29, 2017 at 4:48am

    Hi, I don’t have a double boiler. I was wondering if it’s necessary to use one? Thanks.


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (39)

      Lia July 31, 2017 at 10:38am


      Yes, however you don’t need to buy a double boiler, it is just a set of two fitted saucepans or pots that are stacked together with space between them. The bottom saucepan is filled with water, then the second saucepan is stacked on top. The steam from the bottom pot rises and heats the upper pot.


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    Taralyn July 26, 2017 at 5:25pm

    Hi lia, I was wondering if I could substitute a different type of oil for the almond oil so I can save a little bit of money. Aside from coconut, I have jojoba oil and olive oil. Do you think those would work fine to replace almond oil? Thank you!! 🙂


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (41)

      Lia July 31, 2017 at 10:34am


      We haven’t tried it with a different type of oil, if you do let us know how it goes.


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    Kerstin July 7, 2017 at 4:32pm

    Would you be able to re-use the deodorant containers?


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      Lia July 10, 2017 at 8:47am


      I have reused them, I just just wash and sanitize first 🙂


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    Lindsay March 28, 2017 at 8:30am

    Hey Lia
    wondering if you had any trouble with the zinc separating out and settling at the bottom mainly? Any suggestions to fix? It is still suspending in the rest of the deodorant but it is mainly settled on the bottom….


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (45)

      Lia April 5, 2017 at 3:56pm


      I haven’t had that problem. If that’s happening while you’re making it, just keep mixing. If it’s in the tube, it might just be time to toss it.


  21. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (46)

    lenke December 12, 2016 at 12:05pm


    I have made your recipe without the wax and it came out like something liquid, hardened to cream consistency the second day.
    The effect is absolutely amazing- no unwanted odour!


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (47)

      Lia December 19, 2016 at 2:14pm


      Yay! So glad to hear you like how it turned out 🙂


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    Luna June 6, 2016 at 1:06am

    I was wondering if you know of something you could replace with beeswax?


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (49)

      Lia June 6, 2016 at 11:53am


      I’ve heard carnauba wax or candelilla wax work well as a replacement but you don’t use as much, so I would try testing a small batch.


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    Kitchen Witch May 20, 2016 at 8:47am

    Love the recipes so far. Just made the deodorant & wanted to print the Free labels, however it is not Free and requires a $5. a month membership. Bummer there


    1. Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (51)

      Lia May 26, 2016 at 1:24pm

      @Kitchen Witch

      Hope you enjoy the deodorant, all of us girls in the office really love it. Sorry about the misunderstanding, can you please let us know where it said that it was free. The $5 per month includes access to all of our files, not just this one. That small fee allows us to make 12 new projects each week, pays salaries and pays for the materials we use.


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        Mary Schaffer March 17, 2017 at 7:32pm


        And it is an amazing, amazing bargain.


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    Bella March 28, 2016 at 2:31pm

    Lia, Where do you get the deodorate containers from?


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    merinette March 14, 2016 at 4:38am

    any replacement of zinc oxide?


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      Lia Griffith March 16, 2016 at 10:25am


      Hi Merinette. I have heard that you can replace zinc oxide with baking soda but this is not something I have tried myself. I would suggest you do your research before trying this option. It’s a wonderful deodorant to make so I hope you find a suitable replacement! Best, Lia


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        Vicki shaw February 22, 2017 at 7:44pm

        @Lia Griffith

        I think you might mean baking soda not powder? I use a natural deodorant and it is definitely soda in it. It helps to detoxify your lumph glands. Some people experience irritation or swelling for a week or two but it does pass! You will have very happy pits!


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          Lia February 26, 2017 at 8:52am

          @Vicki shaw

          Yes, thank you 🙂


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    Denise July 27, 2015 at 1:39pm

    This recipe sounds great but does it really get rid of the odor? I have made so many natural deodorants and I can just stand and I reek. (Now just imagine when I work out!) I have tried Baking Soda and I breakout. Does the Zinc Oxide help a lot with odor?


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      Lia July 29, 2015 at 3:45pm


      It has worked great for me and some of my team that have tried it. Zinc Oxide does not impair the natural detoxification process of sweating but it does eliminate odor. Obviously everyone is different but I wear mine to the gym. There are lots of articles online about Zinc Oxide


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    Angela July 18, 2015 at 1:31pm

    I’m allergic to coconut oil, unfortunately 🙁 Do you know of an alternative for it in this recipe?


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      Lia July 20, 2015 at 4:48pm


      Yes, you can use jojoba oil instead.


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    Susan July 17, 2015 at 7:58am

    This looks like a product I would like to make. Do you mind explaining how zinc oxide works? Thanks.


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      Lia July 17, 2015 at 9:16am


      I am not a chemist but this is what I have heard Zinc Oxcide is commonly used in sunscreen and on baby bottoms (diaper rash). It is excellent at killing germs and eliminating odor, however it does not impair the natural detoxification process of sweating. The reason why I don’t want to use regular deodorant is that it is the chief exposure to aluminum for many people. Imagine soaking that aluminum through your skin all day.


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    Yolanda July 17, 2015 at 3:47am

    Now I see it! Thanks!


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      Lia July 17, 2015 at 8:59am




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    Tamara Millage July 16, 2015 at 10:59pm

    Could you please let us know the source for the ingredients in this recipe? Would also like to know the source for the cute deodorant containers. Thanks! Can’t wait to give the recipe a try.


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      Lia July 17, 2015 at 10:10am

      @Tamara Millage

      Hi Tamara, Absolutely! I have just added them to the post.


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    Pia July 16, 2015 at 10:05pm

    This is the next ‘beauty’ product I am going to attempt to crack.

    Earlier this year I finally managed to rid my hair of it’s addiction to silicon-based shampoo. Five months down the track and my hair is just ‘alive’. Shinier, cleaner for longer and less wispy.

    I’m going to read and re-read this post on DIY deodorant.
    Thank you for going to the time and effort to research & share this tutorial.
    It’s just awesome.


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      Lia July 17, 2015 at 9:18am


      Thank you, I am also using an all natural shampoo and love it. I am really trying to not use any products containing chemicals, it is both fun and challenging to come up with alternatives.


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    Yolanda July 16, 2015 at 8:06pm

    Hi, Lia. I really want to try and make this, it looks amazing, but I can’t find the amounts I need. Am I missing something? Thanks!


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      Lia July 17, 2015 at 9:19am


      There is a recipe card at the bottom of the post with all the amounts:-)


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Homemade All Natural Deodorant Recipe (2024)


How do you make full body deodorant? ›

DIY: Natural Deodorant
  1. 1/2 cup coconut oil.
  2. 1/4 cup cornstarch (or arrowroot powder for sensitive skin)
  3. 1/4 cup baking soda.
  4. 1/8 -1/4 teaspoon essential oil (choose your favorite scent)

How to make homemade deodorant? ›

  1. Mix baking soda and arrowroot.
  2. Mash in coconut oil until blended. Add essential oils, if desired.
  3. Place the mixture in an empty glass jar.
  4. To use, just warm a small amount between your fingers until it turns into liquid. Apply to your armpits.

How long does DIY deodorant last? ›

Q. How long does homemade deodorant last? A. Because there's no water in the recipe I've found it lasts for 6-12 months.

What ingredient to look out for in deodorant? ›


The words “paraben free” are so common on the labels of body care products that it has become easy to avoid them. But why are they harmful? Parabens are used to prevent mould, bacteria, and yeast from forming on deodorants.

How to make your own organic deodorant? ›

  1. Melt the shea butter and coconut oil in the microwave or on a double boiler at medium heat.
  2. Mix the arrowroot powder and the baking soda in a bowl.
  3. Add the melted oils/butters to your powders.
  4. Mix well until there are no clumps left.
  5. Add your essential oil/s and mix well.
  6. Pour into your container.

Is homemade deodorant effective? ›

Ingredients: The effectiveness of homemade deodorant can depend on the ingredients used in the recipe. Baking soda, arrowroot powder, and coconut oil are common ingredients that can help neutralize odor and absorb moisture. However, some individuals may be sensitive to baking soda, experiencing irritation or disco.

Is it cheaper to make your own deodorant? ›

This is one of the best ways to ensure you know exactly what you're putting on your body, and that it's not harmful to your health. Making your own deodorant is cheaper than buying it, it helps the environment by not using plastic packaging, it's easy to do, and the best part about it is… it actually works!!

How long will my armpits smell after I switching to natural deodorant? ›

Well, how long it takes for a natural deodorant to feel as though it is working differs from person to person. it can take up to 30-days for your body to learn to sweat naturally and regulate itself again. You should expect your armpits to smell a little pungent for the first couple of weeks.

What does arrowroot powder do in deodorant? ›

Arrowroot functions as a thickening agent and absorbent in natural deodorants. To create your own gentle, non-toxic deodorant, gently heat 6 tbsp. of Coconut or Babassu Carrier Oil (both great choices for their antibacterial properties) along with 4 tbsp.

Why not use baking soda in deodorant? ›

Baking soda commonly irritates, discolors, dries out, ages, and sensitizes skin to sunlight as direct result of the havoc it wreaks on your protective acid mantle barrier. It's crazy what a slight difference in pH will do! This isn't exactly new knowledge for a lot of people who've tried deodorants with baking soda.

What is the most important ingredient in deodorant? ›

Aluminium chlorohydrate and aluminium zirkonium tetrachlorohydrate glycine complex are the most frequently used active ingredients in commercial antitranspirants today. Aluminium chloride and propantheline bromide, the anticholinergic substance, are important alternatives although less common.

What deodorant kills bacteria? ›

NIVEA Antibacterial Deodorant

NIVEA MEN Silver Protect Anti-Perspirant Roll-On fights and kills up to 99% of bacteria that cause body odour using innovative silver ions to help you feel fresh all day.

Is there a deodorant you can use all over your body? ›

Lume is uniquely made to control ALL external body odor. One deodorant is all you need for pits, underboobs, tummy folds, thigh creases, vulvas, butt cracks, feet & more! Our science based approach has raised the bar for personal hygiene. Lume's innovative acidic formula is pH optimized to block odor before it begins.

Is there an all over body deodorant? ›

Lume was developed by a doctor who thought deodorant should actually control body odor, not just cover it up. Dr. Shannon Klingman worked for 10 years to create a solution that would work for ALL body odor, not just smelly pits.

Is it good to put deodorant all over your body? ›

Dr. Afton Cobb, a dermatologist with Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery in Jackson, Wyoming, says she doesn't recommend using deodorants all over your body. Instead, if you have any areas outside your armpits you want to target, you can try — with caution, she advises.

What are the ingredients in Body Shop deodorant? ›

Aqua/Water/Eau, Alcohol Denat., Propanediol, Parfum/Fragrance, Xanthan Gum, Decyl Glucoside, Benzyl Salicylate, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Hexyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Alcohol, Linalool, Hydroxycitronellal, Limonene, Citric Acid, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Coumarin, Citral, Isoeugenol. iva inc.

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