Nature Masons Cream Deodorant
This unisex deodorant for men, women and children, is 100% natural, paraben free and, most importantly, aluminium free.
The goal is to provide an effective and sustainable option for those who want to switch to a cleaner and plastic- free natural deodorant alternative. Our deodorants come in 2 sizes – a 30 gram travel size and a 50 gram regular size. We are passionate about what goes into these deodorants and we’ve ensured that there is nothing in there that will clog your pores or cause health risks.
It ups the ante in the world of deodorants; not only does it keep you smelling fresh and clean with its Lavender and Neroli Essential Oils, but the blend also contains Ylang Ylang and Frankincense Essential oils which helps with scarring, dark underarms and has antifungal properties (not to mention that it smells exactly like walking through a damp forest at midnight!).
No Essential Oils
Infused with Guava seed oil and Tamanu seed oil, this Natural deodorant does have a mild fruity scent (from guava) with no added essential oils and no added fragrance. Its mild scent is perfect for those of us who prefer smelling like we are fresh out of the shower and it’s made especially for people sensitive to essential oils, allergies and for pregnant women. This deodorant is absolutely made FOR EVERYBODY!
This deodorant boasts of a citrusy fresh scent reminiscent of lemongrass ice teas and fresh fruit baskets. Infused with Lemongrass Essential oil with a hint of Orange and Mandarin top notes, both known for their antiseptic properties and skin brightening, our citrus tea pitstop will make you smell like a summer orchard all day.
Down to Earth
This heady scent is herby, earthy and woodsy with a hint of Arbian Nights. Intrigued? With a concoction of Cedarwood, Lavender and Frankincense essential oil, all having calming and anti-inflammatory/ antimicrobial properties, the earthy scent of Patchouli provides a feast for the senses that keeps you fresh and odor-free from sunrise to sunset with just one application. Need we say more?