• Dannie McDonald

    Best Natural Deodorant Recipe. Tea Tree deodorant with Cocoa and Shea. About this recipe: It is basically the total opposite of other recipes. It stays solid at room temperature. It goes on light and creamy. The recipe is made with butters and waxes, no oils, so it keeps pit stains at bay. It's naturally antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, cicatrisant {so if you ever knick your delicate under arm area, you'll heal quicker and won't have marks}

  • Jean Henderson

    Tea Tree deodorant with Cocoa and Shea. This recipe is basically the total opposite of other homemade deodorants. It stays solid at room temperature. It goes on light and creamy. The recipe is made with butters and waxes, no oils, so it keeps pit stains at bay. ---Another deodorant recipe to try!

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