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Delicate Flower - Gentle Deodorant Cream

Delicate Flower - Gentle Deodorant Cream

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A gentle formula made with nourishing tallow and emu oil infused with a classic combination of healing flowers, chamomile, calendula and helichrysum.

Oat serves as an ally for easily inflamed skin and is a great pair with the gentle kaolin clay, at keeping pesky odor at bay.

Great for all of the folks out there with delicate sensitive and reactive skin.

Use & Care information

Lather in your hands with water. Use a washcloth for gentle exfoliation.

Ingredients

grassfed&finished tallow, raw milk, mango butter, apricot kernel oil, camellia oil, castor oil, calendula officinallis, matricaria chamomilla, lye (sodium hydroxide)

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so soothing

I've been struggling with underarm itchiness and irritation for months and have tried switching between multiple natural deodorants with no relief- I found this one and thought the formulation looked amazing- it's helped so much. No more itchy, irritated armpits! I do have to rub it in a bit after applying, but this formula is just so incredible, nourishing, and soothing.

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Serena
so soothing

I've been struggling with underarm itchiness and irritation for months and have tried switching between multiple natural deodorants with no relief- I found this one and thought the formulation looked amazing- it's helped so much. No more itchy, irritated armpits! I do have to rub it in a bit after applying, but this formula is just so incredible, nourishing, and soothing.

It’s not just nourished skin we’re after.

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