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Alcohol denat., hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) extract, arnica montana (arnica) extract, calamine, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), calendula officinalis (calendula) oil, pinus sylvestris (pine) oil.
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Reviews For Natural Dry Herbal Pine Deodorant
Based on 5 Reviews
Best Men's Deodorant
If you want a clean deodorant and have sensitive skin, try this out. I wear a suit and tie to work here in Texas and while I will sweat, this product keeps me smelling clean. After spending hundreds test-lambing so many others, I've found Aubrey's and haven't budged.
I wish that I had looked more closely at the photo and seen that this is a pump spray and not a roll-on. The smell is nice, but my 11-year old finds it challenging to spray on. Truth is, I find it a little difficult too, because I like to look away from anything that is spraying near my face, but then I don't always aim well. I will not buy this deodorant again, despite liking Aubrey Organics' other products.
- P Penny
Smells Nice, Works for a few Hours
My husband and I love the spicy pine scent, reminiscent of the Old Spice our fathers wore. We live in a warm climate so sweat is an all day everyday fact of life. This seems to work for a few hours, but needs to be reapplied whenever I go out which is inconvenient. It seems to work as well as other less expensive brands, but it does not feeling drying and only stings after shaving. Feels nice on the skin.
I've tried countless "natural" deodorants and this is the only one that actually works well AND doesn't give me weird rashes AND doesn't stain my shirts. Oh, and the smell is nice too.
Good safe product!
My husband has been using this for years. I even use it now. It's effective and is not aluminum-based. The use of aluminum-based deodorants has been linked to cancer.
- Wilma Fisher
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