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Best natural deodorant?

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TightPants Wed 29-Jul-20 09:43:50

I’m perimenopausal and for the first time in my life, have noticed whiffy pits despite being very clean and switching to natural fabric clothing.

I’ve heard that natural deodorants are very good for this so can anyone recommend a good one please?

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Fluffycloudland77 Wed 29-Jul-20 10:13:07

I’ve gone the other way and bought Driclor.

magicmallow Wed 29-Jul-20 10:14:23

I really like Dr organic available at holland and barrett. Works as well as a normal roll on for me.

bugarains Wed 29-Jul-20 11:29:19

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gnatgnu Wed 29-Jul-20 11:49:42

Thé Aurelia ones are amazing - quite £££ but worth it IMO

LunaLoveFood Wed 29-Jul-20 12:43:02

Had lots of success with moogoo deodorant. Love all of their products and use their shampoo, conditioner, body wash and moisturiser.

ZaraW Wed 29-Jul-20 14:34:16

I've been using Tom's of Maine for years. Gets me through summers of 45C when I'm working in the Middle East or travelling in Asia.

newtb Wed 29-Jul-20 14:41:30

I use 'pierre d' alun', not sure what it is in English. Like a stick of salt.

Years ago, I used Mitchum and this works

TightPants Wed 29-Jul-20 17:21:03

Thanks for the suggestions.
I’ve found the strong antiperspirants don’t really help! I don’t think I’m excessively sweaty, but I was a bit shocked to find a bit of a pong after even an inactive day!

@gnatgnu I’ve got the Aurelia one and it’s brilliant, just found the jar is not practical for travelling.

Lots of options here though, thanks all!

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oobedobe Wed 29-Jul-20 20:55:54

I just switched to No Pong and loving it so far (comes in a little tin)

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