Deodorant for sensitive skin: Gentle deodorant
Easily make a natural deodorant for sensitive skin
Storage : 1 month
Make a deodorant for sensitive skin
Here for you, the recipe for solid deodorant. It contains baking soda, but clay and coconut oil will make this deodorant less aggressive.
Before starting your DIY recipes, it is important to download the recommended hygiene rules HERE
- — Start by weighing and dosing the candelilla wax and coconut oil. Put them in your bowl in a double boiler.
- — Let the wax melt in the coconut oil. Remove the bowl from the double boiler as soon as you no longer see any wax.
- — Remove from the heat and add, by mixing, the white clay and the baking soda, until you get a very homogeneous preparation.
- — Finally, add the 10 drops of Palmarosa essential oil.
- — You can give your deodorant a nice shape by letting it harden in a silicone mold. You just have to pour it into the mold and let it take 1 hour in the fridge. You can also simply store it in a jar with a lid.
- — And now, your deodorant for sensitive skin is ready.
- — You can give a nice shape to your deodorant by letting it harden in a silicone mold. Simply pour it into the mould and let it take 1 hour in the fridge. You can also simply store it in a jar with lid.
You can make this recipe up to 5 times using the products mentioned above.
How to use your solid deodorant?
Pass the solid deodorant directly under the armpits. You can then massage with your fingers to spread the material well.
If your deodorant is in a jar, just take a little with your finger or a spatula and apply it under the armpits, massaging.
White clay and baking soda will absorb moisture from your armpits. Coconut oil and palmarosa essential oil, thanks to their antibacterial properties, will limit the formation of bad odors.
You can keep your deodorant for 6 months in a cool place.
Essential oils should be used with care. Keep out of reach and out of sight of children.Do not use pure. Do not use in children, pregnant or nursing women, and people sensitive to essential oils. Consult a healthcare professional for drug treatment or any other use. Some essential oils have allergenic potential, do a test in the bend of the elbow 48h before application.Some essential oils can be photo-sensitizing: avoid sunbathing after applying a product containing these essential oils.