Which deodorant?

(9 Posts)
gastontheladybhoy Wed 02-Aug-17 18:17:42

Hi I've noticed lately that my 7yr old is starting to sweat and smells a bit to. Which deodorant would you recommend for this age?

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Preciousprincess75 Thu 03-Aug-17 21:27:27

www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/282248229

This is child friendly.

Preciousprincess75 Thu 03-Aug-17 21:28:46

www.amazon.co.uk/Keep-Kind-Fresh-Fragrance-Deodorant-x/dp/B00D8X78G0?tag=mumsnetforum-21

Another link that works!

gastontheladybhoy Fri 04-Aug-17 08:27:12

Thank you

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loopyloo87 Sat 05-Aug-17 20:21:22

Boots sell a spray deodorant for kids it's called Missy and doesn't contain any nasty chemicals

Amber111 Thu 07-Sep-17 10:00:45

We used to use the keep it kind one mentioned above as well, it was good but my dd kept saying she didn't like the wet roll on feel and waiting for it to dry, so we now use the Toms range of stick deodorants which she prefers, you can get them from Amazon or eBay and they're pricey because they're from the states, but last forever.

metalmum15 Thu 07-Sep-17 10:06:16

Dd uses Salt of the earth natural deodorant, suitable for 6 years and up. Elder dd likes the teen missy one.

chloesmumtoo Thu 07-Sep-17 10:16:17

Aloe Ever-Shield Deodorant Stick 92.1g
by Forever Living was a good starter for my dd. Does not contain aluminium salts nor sulphur. Expensive but she got on well with it with regards to allergies/eczema, we purchased from amazon. After a year or so she wanted to try something a little more effective and moved on to dove invisible dry stick anti perspirant but has had no issues.

samsara116 Thu 21-Sep-17 17:39:49

I use Biosen - Mercury free and seems to do the trick when they remember to use it. The girls have been using it since they were 7..
Retails at about #2.50 @ Tesco
www.bionsen.co.uk

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