A natural deodorant alternative that effectively eliminates body odour. A gentle creamy, even consistency ensures easy application without greasiness.
Deodorant removes unpleasant body odour by preventing the bacteria from causing the smell with a slight antiperspirant effect – thanks to added zinc oxide (without nanoparticles). However, your body can still safely eliminate waste and all harmful substances by sweating. It does not prevent the body from doing what is natural to it.
The coconut oil and baking soda base are a bacteria-checking dynamic duo. Grains of soda bicarbonate are so tiny that they won’t cause any scratches or irritations. Mixed with the organic arrowroot’s moisture-absorbing properties and the essential oils’ antimicrobial properties, you and your pits will never be happier feeling dry and fresh throughout the day.
Herbal, fresh, camphor-like aroma with a woody balsamic undertone. The product is excellent for all skin types and genders. The scent starts with a lovely harmony of tea tree, thyme and a hint of lavender with a middle note of rosemary.
Says for men but we think it is unisex.
Three Hills made in Kells, Co Meath.
Natural deodorant by Three Hills
Organic arrowroot powder – moisture-absorbing properties, removing odour
Shea butter – antibacterial and hydrating properties
Coconut oil – antibacterial and hydrating properties
Sodium bicarbonate – a fatty acid neutralizer responsible for the odour
Zinc oxide – antibacterial and hydrating properties
Allantoin – comes from the comfrey root and has anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties
Rosemary, thyme, lavender and tea tree essential oils – antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic properties
After showering, take a small amount of deodorant with your finger and gently massage the fine layer into the armpits until fully absorbed.
Store this product in a dry, cool, dark place to maintain quality.
These deodorant creams are economical. A little goes a long way; 45 ml will last you months and months and months and months.
When switching from chemical alternatives to natural ones, the approximate adaptation time takes up to 2 weeks, during which there may be a short-term increased body odour.