Natural Deodorant


We're very excited to finally offer natural deodorant to our customers. After experimenting with different formulations, we believe we've found the most effective natural deo you will ever try. Now available in 5 great scents, see the amazing scent profiles below.

Our deos are coconut oil free, and contain NO sodium bicarbonate or magnesium derivatives.  They do contain zinc oxide that helps naturally eliminate bacteria that causes body odor. 

The most sensitive skin types will benefit from nourishing Babassu oil and Lactobacillus Probiotics in combination with the soothing properties of zinc oxide. 


Ingredients: Babassu oil, Cocoa butter, Zinc oxide, Coco Caprylate/Caprate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Candelilla wax, Sunflower Seed wax, Arrowroot powder, Zinc Ricinoleate, Lactobacillus Ferment, Essential oils, Fragrance, Tocopherol. Weight: 2.65 oz / 75 g.


Scent Profiles:

Gunnison River - Cool WaterInspired by the rushing water through the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, it is a super fresh & refreshing blend of blend of lavender, jasmine, oakmoss, musk and sandalwood with notes of fresh citrus, crisp water and a hint of cedar.

Backwoods Hike - Lavender & Cedarwood: It's the perfect mix of fresh and spicy. It starts with notes of elemi, coriander, ginger, black pepper, lavender, and oakmoss. Base notes of cedarwood, patchouli, amber, and clove add earthiness and complexity.

Meadowgrass - Lemongrass & Grapefruit: This is an energizing, eye opening blend of grapefruit and lemongrass to awaken your senses.   

Timber Ridge - Oakmoss & Cedarwood: You wake up early and open the door to stand on your porch with your coffee. You drink in the scent of dewy, damp woods. It's earthy and woody and there's nothing else like it.  It's a warm blend of oakmoss, cedarwood & white birch with a bergamot zest.

Queen of the Praire - Pink HoneysuckleScented in a beautiful true fragrance of pink honeysuckle with hints of jasmine, rose & lilac. It will take you back to younger days of picking wild honeysuckle flowers and sucking the nectar from the blossoms.




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