A natural deodorant stick in a compostable tube that works.
No more fingers in your armpits! Our compostable stick deodorant is a synergy of potent plant and mineral powders with sweet smelling and mighty essential oils that will keep you smelling oh-so fresh! Not only does it work, but the packaging is biodegradable—it will compost in a year! The scent is herbal and zesty with a hint of spice and the texture is a powder-ey balm.
The paper tubes are not airtight. As such, deodorant sticks have a shelf life of three months from purchase. Please store in an airtight bin if not using right away.
Worried about sweat stains? Though our cream does effectively absorb some moisture, it is not an antiperspirant (read why).
New to natural deodorants? Check out our Natural Deodorant 101 blog post for some helpful tips when making the switch!
Not just for your underarms, freshen up your décolletage (neck and chest) and feet.
PAPER TUBE + SEAL
compost (backyard or municipal)
VEGAN ! PLASTIC FREE ! COMPOSTABLE ! LEAPING BUNNY CERTIFIED ! PALM OIL FREE ! HANDMADE
Carefully push a small amount of baking soda free deodorant up in the tube. Apply a thin layer to each armpit (1-2 swipes). If stick is cold or hard to spread, warm product against skin before swiping. Discontinue use if rash or irritation occurs. Do not use on broken skin.
*+cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, *maranta esculenta (arrowroot) powder, magnesium hydroxide, *+theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, *+butyrospermum parkii (shea) fruit butter, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed wax, sodium bicarbonate, *citrus limonum (lemon) peel oil, *eucalyptus globulus (eucalyptus) leaf oil, *syzygium aromaticum (clove) bud oil
*certified organic / +fair trade
What It Takes | Paper Tubes
It takes a lot to do things the way we want to do them—without harming the environment, without adding more plastic to the waste stream, and by paying people fairly for their work. Here, we take a look at what it took to find a plastic-free deodorant casing that biodegrades in one year. (Spoiler: It's harder than it sounds.)