Calm Your Underarm Deodorant: Honey Myrtle and Peppermint
A refreshing, gentle and totally natural deodorant to get the job done.
Our bodies absorb so much of what we put on our skin. Which is why we think aluminium, bicarb and chemical-filled deodorants are the pits. Our answer is the Calm Your Underarm Deodorant — a fresh, clean and unisex deodorant packaged in a home compostable tube.
It’s free from unnecessary toxins, bicarb and aluminium (because who wants to put that there). It’s filled with the antimicrobial properties of Australian honey myrtle and refreshing peppermint. Push balm up from the bottom and apply a small amount each day.
Aluminium and bicarb free
Formulated by a biochemist
100% natural and cruelty free
Palm, plastic and toxin free
Suitable for all ages
Australian made and owned
Small batch production on the Mornington Peninsula
When to use:
Apply each morning or after showering and drying. Simply push the balm up from the bottom of the tube and apply a small amount to your underarms. If irritation occurs cease use. Store in a cool dry place below 30 degrees Celsius. Allow a moment or two for the balm to absorb before getting dressed. If irritation occurs cease use.
Ingredients we don’t want to hide
Diatomaceous Earth — gently helps to absorb moisture and neutralise odour
Magnesium Chloride — a less irritating (and totally beneficial) alternative to bicarb
Honey Myrtle — a delightful citrus smell with antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties
Peppermint — refreshing and oh-so-delightful
The full list (still nothing to hide)
Coconut Oil*, Beeswax, Australian Kaolin Clay, Cacao Butter*, Coconut Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT), Diatomaceous Earth, Shea Oil, Magnesium Chloride, Vitamin E (Natural and Palm Free), Essential Oils of Australian Honey Myrtle and Peppermint. * Certified Organic ingredients.
Packaging lifecycle (absolutely still nothing to hide)
This product is packaged in a paperboard tube that has been printed using soy-based inks. When you have finished your bug bar, we recommend you return the tube to the earth by placing it into your home composting system.