£3.79£3.79 per 100ml
Even more effective
Drip free application
Still 100% natural
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (14)
most effective natural deodorant
Think Ive pretty much tried all the natural deodorants around and unlike a lot of them, this one actually works. As in I dont smell terrible at the end of the day - and it doesnt irritate skin either. Lasts for ages too. Everyone uses it in our house.
EXCELLENT IN EVERY WAY
Having extremely sensitive skin and pores prone to clogging Ive been looking for a natural deodorant that actually works for ages. This ticks every box, keeps me dry, odour free & I love that its a refillable pump action bottle rather than an aerosol can. Really good value as it lasts ages too. Really is a great product
A great more natural deodorant
I like this and use it as an alternative to anti perspirants to give my skin a bit of a rest. Works well and keeps me feeling fresh. Potassium alum is different to the aluminium used in many products. It is a natural mineral salt made up of molecules that are too large to be absorbed by your skin whereas the other types block your pores
Yes it does not have the nasty products that are bad for you but not sure it masks/prevents the smells as much as it should.
Superb natural deodorant!
This is superb! Effective, soft and gentle on the skin, and I love that it is all natural. I do tough workout classes in hot conditions, long hilly day walks and long distance trail walks and I work in hot catering kitchens, yet this works perfectly! It is well worth the extra cost, plus it lasts for ages so is economical too. Very glad I found this and the other Salt of the Earth natural deodorants. Highly recommend this brand!
stil contains aluminium
It worked. Too well tbh so I googled the ingredients. Slightly misleading people in to thinking they're using a 'healthy' deodorant here. Potassium Alum is still aluminium, which is still harmful, naturally occurring it otherwise. If you were looking for a safe deo for concerns over Breast cancer and Alzheimer's links, this isn't it.