Homemade deodorant is awesome and pretty darn easy. Store-bought deodorant is full of all kinds of icky stuff. But some of the homemade or all-natural stuff just doesn’t work for me. I’ve finally found one that works great.
It’s made from cornstarch, baking soda and coconut oil with a bit of essential oil mixed in.
I’m planning to make my husband some manly deodorant with the Citrus blend essential oil next month.
It sounds like a manly enough scent for him.
What is your favorite scent?
Homemade Deodorant Stick
Makes 2 sticks
1/4 cup arrowroot powder or cornstarch (I use this kind)
1/4 cup baking soda (I buy it here)
1/4 cup coconut oil (I buy mine here)
10-20 drops essential oil of choice (Purification is great for odor elimination and I love the smell of Christmas Spirit)
Mix ingredients together by hand or in a stand mixer.
Pack into deodorant containers.
I used a large spoon to pour in the mixture and then regularly packed it down.
When it was full, I smoothed the tops off with my hand.
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Looking for more homemade deodorant recipes? Try these, you’re sure to find one you absolutely love:
- Easy Homemade Deodorant for Sensitive Skin by Homemade Mommy
- Nontoxic Homemade Deodorant by The Crunchy Moose
- Homemade Deodorant that Really Works by Primally Inspired
- Homemade Mineral Salt Deodorant Spray by Holistic Health Herbalist
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