How to push up your deodorant stick

January 11, 2017

Our biodegradable deodorant tubes are constructed by hand and so there are some variances in them. The push pop style doesn't have the retracting functionality that a plastic tube does, and it does take some getting used to. The tubes are a new product technology and they definitely take a little more TLC than plastic ones but it's a small price to pay for making less plastic waste. Did you know that conventional plastic deodorant tubes can't be easily recycled

When pushing up, it's our inclination to push from the center. However, we've found if you push from the inner edge of the bottom disc and then push from the center, you're able to control the amount that comes out of the tube more easily.  See below :)

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