Natural Lavender & Tea Tree Deodorant Stick - Earth Conscious
Made of 100% Natural Ingredients, Vegan Friendly, Effective and Organic. This Award Winning Deodorant Is One You Can Put Your Trust In.
Earth Conscious Deodorants are made from 100% natural ingredients. They contain anti- bacterial properties that combat your body odour all day long!
A calming, beautiful blend of lavender & tea tree deodorant.
This easy stick deodorant will melt straight into your skin-No waiting for it to dry!
- Contains a blend of Lavender & Tea Tree essential oils
- No aluminium, parabens or carcinogens
- Allows your skin to breath and perspire naturally
- Will not block your sweat glands allowing your body to release toxins as nature intended
- Totally cruelty free
- Supports healthy marine life
- Biodegradable, Recyclable packaging
- Contains no plastic
- Suitable for men, women and teens
- EU registered and certified
Apply directly from the cardboard pop up stick applicator. Be careful not to pop it up to high!
Due to the natural way the deodorant is made it may soften or harden due to temperatures. If the temperature becomes too warm you may need to place in a refrigerator and if the temperature becomes too cold it may take a while to melt on to your skin. You may wish to place in an airing cupboard or radiator to warm it up slightly.
Keep out of direct sunlight
Certified organic coconut oil, arrowroot powder, certified organic shea butter, sodium bicarbonate, sunflower wax, certified organic lavender oil, certified organic tea tree oil
*Ingredients Naturally Occurring in Essential Oils
Cocos Nucifera Oil°(Coconut Oil), Maranta Arundinacea Root Powder (Arrowroot), Butyrospermum Parkii Butter°(Shea Butter), Sodium Bicarbonate, Helianthus Annuus Cera(sunflower wax), Lavandula Angustifolia Oil°(Lavender Oil), Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil°(Tea Tree Oil), *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool
Earth Conscious donate 10p from the sale of this deodorant to the Marine Conservation Society, the UK charity for the protection of our seas, shores and wildlife. www.mcsuk.org