Have you searched fruitlessly for a good deodorant recipe? Well, I found one! This is great deodorant (not antiperspirant) without harsh chemicals or harmful metals. iphone 6 plus orange case Check it out! You will need: 12 drops Apothecary Extracts Tea Tree Oil ½ cup baking soda 5 tbsp. extra virgin organic coconut if you can find it ¼ cup arrowroot powder (or organic corn starch) Empty (well-washed) deodorant container or small container with a lid Directions: Measure baking soda, arrowroot powder, coconut oil, and tea tree oils into a blender or food processor. iphone 8 case doujiaz
Pour or scoop it into a deodorant container or lidded container and store in the fridge. It was a bit runny when I made it but this is probably because I live in the tropics and it was over 78 degrees when I was making this. funny phone case iphone 7 plus The coconut oil melted very quickly. donut iphone 7 case A few minutes in the fridge should make the deodorant mixture firm enough to scoop into the old deodorant container, if that’s what you’ve decided to use. I just kept it in the little glass bowl and applied it with my fingers.
I’m quite pleased with this little homemade deodorant. iphone 7 case and protector The recipe came from the ebook that Apothecary Extracts sends along with every purchase of their tea tree oil. The tea tree oil scent is pleasant and I feel very fresh when I wear it.