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Deodorant without antiperspirant - recommendations please?
What can you recommend? I'd like something more than just a nice smelling spray, a proper deodorant ideally.
I don't want something highly scented, it doesn't need to be heavy-duty (am fortunate that I don't sweat too much). I do have somewhat sensitive skin though, unfortunately the salt stuff is no good for me long term as I tend to get sore skin after a few weeks of daily use.
Have you tried any of the deodorants from Lush. I can recommend one called The Greeench which smells more herbal than anything. The herbal smell seems to disappear after a few minutes to absolutely nothing! Oh, and it's a powder so shouldn't make you sore https://www.lush.co.uk/products/greeench
It's this one [http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/shop/product/dr-organic-manuka-honey-deodorant-60083587?istCompanyId=8b7eb14d-bd9c-4f8a-aec2-4349bbabb5a0&istItemId=irrirllrx&istBid=tztx&gclid=CjwKEAiAnqWkBRCGm5uyu5r13jsSJACBZ4Wyf4Vvub-7qefoxVsHo-bqDJRoDZJxlz8qFtMNIQjbixoCRO_w_wcB deo]]
I thought you might like this catarr remedy...it works for me. Put 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in 8 floz water & drink it down, once a day...works like magic! follow up with sea water nasal spray, all natural, get it in boots. Good natural deodorant....natural chrystal stick/spray. Holland & Barratt or any health food shop /boots etc.... hope this helps. found your question by googling natural remedies for catarr & sympathised......not a mum just an auntie/great auntie & soon great great auntie!