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  • Daphne Packard Coles

    diy natural spray deodorants! wonderful alternative to chemical laden deodorants

  • Ana Sojo Hess

    From Mountain Rose Herbs, DIY Deodorant Sprays. The ingredients used to make these herbal deodorant sprays are both astringent and antimicrobial to help keep you feeling fresh all day. worth a shot

  • Jennifer Timmerman

    How to PH balance your homemade deodorant recipes. With links to lots of fun deodorant and deodorant sprays.

  • Stephanie Cox

    From the great folks at Mountain Rose Herbs, DIY Deoderant Sprays. The ingredients used to make these herbal deodorant sprays are both astringent and antimicrobial to help keep you feeling fresh all day. These aromatic blends find a nice balance of masculine and feminine that can be enjoyed by anyone.

  • Whitney Richmond

    DIY Essential Oil Deodorant Sprays. The ingredients used to make these herbal deodorant sprays are both astringent and antimicrobial to help keep you feeling fresh all day. Call 800-371-3515 and give distributor id# 1540368 to buy 100% therapeutic essential oils for your body's needs. You can also use this link to sign up or purchase: https://www.youngliving.com/signup/?sponsorid=1540368enrollerid=1540368

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  • Tay

    I guess I really need to do this & let u guys know if it works & what to change

  • Ashley Hughes

    It stained my shirt won't come out

  • Tay

    Really? That's weird. What color shirt was it? & what oil did you use?

  • Lori Caudill

    Baking soda and vinegar should get it out.

The Easiest Natural Deodorant Recipe 6 tablespoons of coconut oil 1/4 cup of baking soda 1/4 cup of arrowroot or cornstarch (depending on your preferences) your favorite essential oil

  • Nancy A

    Should the coconut oil be melted first?

  • Lara Darlington

    It'll probably be easier to mix up that way when you're putting it together so I'd say yes.

  • ConC Walters

    The first time I made this I melted the oil first and noticed that the powders settled some. I stirred it once it hardened a bit and am pretty sure that fixed it. Just to be sure I'm not going to melt it going forward, I'll just mix it together with a fork or something.

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  • Lilly Osborne

    This says add 2 tablespoons of cornstarch in one place and 3 tablespoons in another place. Which is it?

DIY deodorant -- it says to use jasmine essential oil, but lots of different oils would work.