Bay Laurel Magnesium Biodegradable Deodorant

$29.95 CAD $49.95 CAD

4ourclimate all-natural, aluminum-free, and baking soda-free biodegradable deodorant that works all day. Packaged in a biodegradable push tube.

Skin conditioning, organic plant oils, and butters moisturize and soothe while magnesium creates an inhospitable environment for smelly bacteria and arrowroot powder soaks up moisture. 

To use: Push the biodegradable deodorant tube at the inner edge of the base until it moves. Then, carefully push the center of the base to raise a small amount of product. Apply a thin layer to each armpit. If the stick is cold, warm product against skin before application. 

Ingredients: arrowroot powder,* extra virgin coconut oil,* sunflower oil,* shea* and sunflower* oil, magnesium hydroxide, beeswax.*∞ **  

**essential oils of bay laurel, *cardamom, and *cypress.

*organic ∞local

Net weight: 2.3-oz

Handcrafted in the United States, Packaged in Canada. 

Every product purchased funds the offset of 100 pounds of CO₂. Thank you for making a difference.

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