INGREDIENTS: organic arrowroot powder, organic shea butter, organic sunflower oill, zinc oxide (non-nano), organic lemon essential oil, organic patchouli essential oil, organic clove bud essential oil.
A "sensitive skin" deodorant that actually works on odor -- and your skin!
With 10 years of deodorant formulating expertise under our belt, we know that when it comes to underarm rashes, in most cases it's not about the absence or presence of any one particular ingredient -- it's about how the overall formula acts on your skin. We've heard so many stories about how people react even to other brands' "sensitive skin" formulas. That's because other companies will just take out the baking soda and call it a "sensitive" version. We know it's more complicated than that.
Most underarm rashes are caused by moisture and friction. Whether it's friction from the actual deodorant you're using (hello scratchy sticks) or skin-to-skin friction (itchy!), skin becomes irritated, red/dark and raw. That irritation can then progress to topical infections (bacterial or fungal) that can be even harder to control. Keeping underarm skin dry and friction free is the key to keeping it happy!
So, in our sensitive skin deodorants, we added a nice dose of skin-soothing zinc oxide and a good amount of wetness-absorbing organic arrowroot powder. Zinc oxide does a great job of creating a protective barrier on skin and arrowroot powder cuts down on friction and moisture!
If you're a heavier sweater or live in a humid climate, we recommend reapplying the cream, a powder, or corresponding Pit Putty Stick on top of it throughout the day to keep that wetness down.
The result? A "sensitive skin" deodorant that has been highly requested!
Vegan, no animal testing, gluten-free.
Shelf life: 1 year from date of purchase.
Size: 2 oz by volume
[For educational purposes only. This is not medical advice. Our products are not drugs and are not intended to heal, treat, or prevent any medical conditions. If you have a rash that persists or won't go away, do visit a doctor, as there are numerous things that can cause underarm rashes that need medical attention.]