What Is The Best Natural Deodorant For Sensitive Skin?
Making the switch to natural deodorant has never been easier. With so many natural deodorants out there, there's simply so many to choose from.
But if you have sensitive skin, it can feel difficult to venture out. After all, you spent all that time looking for a deodorant that wouldn't cause irritation, right?
Luckily, we've got a list of natural deos that won't hurt your sensitive skin. But will nurture and protect it instead.
#1. PAPR Sensitive - Bare Naked Deodorant
Here at PAPR Cosmetics, we understand what it means to have sensitive skin. And that's precisely why we came up with our unique formula for Sensitive - Bare Naked.
This baking soda free option in our collection still delivers everything you need in a natural and plastic free deodorant. Reliable odor protection with only a clean and natural smell to accompany.
This unscented and all natural deodorizer is made specifically with sensitive skin in mind. And like all of our products, it is aluminum free, silicone free, paraben free, vegan, and dermatologically tested.
With no synthetic fragrance or essential oils, you can rest assured knowing that our natural deodorant stick is there to absorb excess moisture. And all without causing havoc on your pits.
Oh, and did we mention that all of our natural deodorants are cruelty free and zero waste too? Yeah, just thought we'd throw that out there in case you're looking to rank this list for the best overall natural deodorant...
#2. Corpus Naturals Deodorant
Corpus Naturals Deodorant is another baking soda free option we're proud to represent ourselves alongside. Their slick gel-like texture makes it easy for sensitive pits to welcome in.
And all without making those pesky sweat glands go crazy with irritation. For those that don't like to compromise on fragrance, you'll especially enjoy this natural deodorant for sensitive skin.
With nine luxurious scent options, you can enjoy notes of bergamot and cardamom, or rose and cedar root. Each of which will help to neutralize odor causing bacteria.
Besides, their tapioca starch formula helps absorb moisture. And their commitment to organic plant extracts make them all the more desirable as a plant based deodorant company.
#3. Ursa Major Base Layer Deodorant
The next best natural deodorant we have to offer you is none other than Ursa Major Base Layer Deodorant. For those of you that are familiar with their Hoppin' Fresh Deodorant, this is simply the unscented and sans baking soda version of that.
Delivering a smooth and silky texture, this natural deodorant contains a non-staining formula. So you can hold onto those white t-shirts for longer!
Even still, this natural deodorant will offer you long lasting protection from body odor. And some German Chamomile just to soothe sensitive skin even further.
With kaolin clay to soak up moisture and shea butter to soothe skin, your sensitive skin will love this natural deodorant like no other. Okay, maybe not no other...
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#4. Hume Deodorant
Hume Deodorant's fragrance free formula will set your sensitive skin ablaze... with love! With biome-friendly probiotics, this natural deodorant offers your sensitive skin a balanced microbiome.
And a beautifying scent. With hydrating coconut oil as its base, Hume also utilizes the power of algae and aloe vera to both soothe and strengthen skin.
No toxins or aluminum can be found here. So you can treat your pits the rich minerals found in desert botanicals.
And if you're adventurous, you can even check out their other aluminum and phthalate free scents too. As their social media hashtag puts it, you can #smellhappy all day long with this one.
#5. Native Sensitive Deodorant
You've heard of Native Deodorant before. But did you know they now have an upgraded formula specifically suited for sensitive skin?
That's right! They're Sensitive Deodorant is rich with ingredients like coconut oil and shea butter.
And with the variety of scents they have suited for sensitive skin, you'll only have a hard time choosing which of the essential oils you want to go with. You can trust the tapioca starch and beeswax to absorb sweat while shea butter naturally softens skin.
And with only clean and effective ingredients used, you can certainly list Native as one of the best natural deodorants out there.
#6. type:A Deodorant
Suited for sensitive skin, this is perhaps the best natural deodorant cream out there due to its activated charcoal and spirulina blend. These active ingredients get released throughout the day for maximum effectiveness.
While this formula does contain baking soda, it contains 50% less than your other natural deodorant brands. Using corn starch to soak up moisture, this sensitive skin deodorant is non-toxic, sweat activated, stain free, and cruelty free.
Seems like a tall order to fill as far as the best natural deodorants go. But type:A certainly did it!
#7. Laino Panama Alum Stone
The final natural deodorant we have to offer for sensitive skin is none other than Laino Panama Alum Stone. Made of alum crystal, this natural deodorant prevents bacteria and all while being hypoallergenic, preservative free, and fragrance free.
And what makes this natural deodorant so suitable for sensitive skin, you ask? Well, there's literally only one ingredient - and that's potassium alum!
While you may not get the scent of essential oils in this formula, you'll certainly be able to stop sweat in its tracks. And no body odor too? Sign us up!
Deo that works for you
Having sensitive skin can sometimes feel like you're trapped with limited options. But hopefully, these natural deodorants that are specifically designed for sensitive skin have changed your mind.
There really are a number of brands out there trying to change the game for sensitive skin. So you can enjoy all natural ingredients without stink and without irritation.
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