7 natural deodorants that actually work
Natural deodorants are not exactly new—they have been available in natural products stores for decades. But products were unexciting. Sometimes, natural deodorants appeared in odd formats, such as in a tub rather than a stick, frightening shoppers by the prospect of using their hand to smear an oily substance into their wet, moist pits. While we in Birkenstock-wearing Boulder are no strangers to trying uber-natural deodorants (or, ahem, none at all), in order for most of us to truly make a switch to natural, products must mimic conventional options and actually work.
That said, some natural deodorants do limit B.O. better than others. A few Delicious Living editors have spent the last month experimenting with both new and legacy natural brands to determine which ones come out on top.
Here, we review seven deodorants—so you don’t have to.