It took me some time to get the right consistency and
(this was my main concern!) right effectiveness for this deodorant.
Tea tree oil is a brilliant oil. Antibacterial and also antifungal.
In fact, these two “things” are what make us smell.
Our sweat is decomposed by bacteria and fungal spores and then we start to smell.
This “scent” is VERY individual.
It depends on what you eat, what clothes you wear (dark colors contain alluvial metals; synthetic fabrics prevent our skin from breathing); what detergent you use; how your hormonal status is, whether you smoke, etc., etc., etc.
One thing is sure: this natural deodorant really works.
Normal / uncomplicated
Tea tree oil
45 g (approx. 90 applications)
Glass jar with plastic lid
9 to 10 (alkaline)
A small contribution against our growing garbage mountains…
Take a bit of paste out of the jar – simply with a clean finger.
Then quickly nip your finger (with the paste on it) under the waterfaucet and rub the mixture under your armpit.
Repeat this procedure for the other armpit.
The clothes will get white on the inside; this due to the starch and sodium biarbonate.
However, after washing everything’s gone.
Sodium bicarbonate, starch (organic), jojoba oil (organic), shea butter (organic), coconut oil (organic); 100% natural, essential oils: lemon (organic), tee trea oil (organic), rosemary (organic); natural, allergen components of essential oils: citral, limonene, linalool, geraniol.
SODIUM BICARBONAT, ZEA MAYS STARCH, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS OIL, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII BUTTER, COCOS NUCIFERA OIL, PARFUM*, CITRAL, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, GERANIOL
* all natural, essential oils