Laundry Day - Vegan Deodorant Stick
This veggie deodorant works by neutralizing odor from perspiration and by destroying microbes with its antiseptic action. It doesn't interfere with sweating which is a natural cooling process, but it combats and kills odor-causing bacteria.
Laundry Day - Inspired by the fresh scent of clothes just taken in off the line, a clean blend of lily notes with vanilla, citrus and musk.
This paraben-free, alcohol-free deodorant comes in a practical 2.5oz stick container. IT WORKS!
**Propylene Glycol (Biobased): A humectant and fragrance carrier
Sodium Stearate: A stearic acid salt used as a nontoxic stabilizer.
Vegetable Protein: Neutralizes odor causing enzymes. Protects against chapping and irritation
Hydrogenated Castor Oil: An emollient and carrier oil
Isosteareth-2: A fatty-acid that works as an emulsifying agent
Salicylic Acid: antiseptic agent derived from the willow tree. Prevents pores from clogging up
Steareth-100: An emulsifier, to help keep t ingredients mixed.
Chamomile Flower Extract: An anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic and soothing herb
Aloe Vera Leaf Juice: A healing emollient with antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties
Grapefruit Seed Extract: An antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals. Used as preservative
Optiphen: A formaldehyde-free and paraben-free preservative
Free of aluminum or bactericides.
~Why choose a deodorant over an antiperspirant?
Almost every antiperspirant on the market contains nasty amounts of aluminum and chemicals to stop you from perspiring. Our underarm area allows the body to cleanse and detoxify itself along with helping to regulate the body’s temperature by the release of sweat. Blocking this natural mechanism with an anti-perpirant could cause a build up of toxins in your system that can aggravate and possibly cause serious problems.
**Our Propylene Glycol is a USDA Certified Biobased Product Label, ensuring the product contains 100% biobased content. It is made from Soy and/or Corn and has been used in our deodorant since December of 2011.