Trying to find an eco-friendly, cruelty- free and vegan deodorant that works for your body can be rather challenging. For years I have battled between aerosols and roll on deodorants, trying to find something that will suit my body and minimise any nasty scent after a long day at work. Thankfully I was made aware of Salt Of The Earth Deodorant a few weeks ago and have fallen in love with the product ever since.
I first heard about Salt Of The Earth by reading a post over on Lizz’s Ethical Evolution blog. Thankfully she reviewed 4 eco and vegan-friendly deodorants and rated them so I didn’t have to. The highest scoring product was Salt Of The Earth, and now I can see why.Salt Of The Earth Deodorant is naturally free from Aluminium Chlorohydrate, Alcohol, CFC's and Perfumes. Click To Tweet
The product itself is a little different to your traditional roll on as you have to wet the stick before using. Being unscented, it leaves a fresh and quick drying trail on your underarm and stays fresh for most of the day. I have not yet had to reapply and have found my pits smell better at the end of the day than they did previously with scented anti-perspirant spray-ons. Unlike the mainstream UK deodorants that have multiple ingredients you can hardly pronounce, Salt Of The Earth only has one: Potassium Alum. It is paraben, synthetic-free and all natural which means it is therefore free from the following: Aluminium Chlorohydrate, Alcohol, CFC’s, Propellents, Paragons, Perfumes, Triclosan, Mineral Oils.
Why Should I Try Salt Of The Earth?
Here are 5 main reasons why you should try the Salt Of The Earth roll on deodorant.
- It is vegan society approved and not tested on animals
- Made from natural mineral salts and plant extracts; perfect for sensitive skin
- It leaves no white marks on your clothes unlike anti-perspirants
- It was won over 16 awards in the last 4 years
- It is affordable and less harmful on your body and the environment
You can buy your Salt of the Earth Natural Deodorant here or search in your local Holland & Barrett and other natural health stores.
Have you tried switching to an all natural deodorant yet?