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    DIY probiotic deodorant, Homemade Probiotic Deodorant -1 tbsp. cocoa butter -1 tbsp. coconut oil -1 tbsp. shea butter -1 tbsp. beeswax -2 1/2 tbsp. arrowroot powder -1 tbsp. baking soda -1/4 tsp. vitamin E oil (as a preservative) -15 drops essential oil of your choice -2 or 3 capsules powdered probiotics also, shampoo/conditioner: I have been using homemade deodorant (coconut oil, baking soda, arrowroot powder) for many months now and love it. I will never buy deodorant again, but I may giv...

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Homemade Probiotic Deodorant -1 tbsp. cocoa butter -1 tbsp. coconut oil -1 tbsp. shea butter -1 tbsp. beeswax -2 1/2 tbsp. arrowroot powder -1 tbsp. baking soda -1/4 tsp. vitamin E oil -15 drops essential oil of your choice -2 capsules powdered probiotics

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I made this and use it everyday. I really like it! I left out the vanilla scent because I don't have any. Homemade Probiotic Deodorant - Vanilla Scent #beauty #DIY #health

Homemade deodorant, that lasts all day. Very simular to the one I made today. I will keep this recipe around too.

Homemade of my last cosmetics/hygiene products to be replaced with something that is frugal and actually works. I am curious if this will work.

Homemade Probitotic Deodorant...this is stuff really works!

Homemade deodorant: Homemade Deodorant (Makes one small canning jar - just over 1/2 cup) 1/4 C. baking soda 1/4 C. cornstarch or arrowroot 5 - 6 T. coconut oil 1 drop Tea Tree Oil (optional) Combine the baking soda and cornstarch, then work in the coconut oil.

Natural Deodorant! Rather than using a deodorant with aluminum, this is made with coconut oil (SO good for you), baking soda (to absorb odor), arrowroot powder ( I think to absorb liquid), and essential oils of your choice. I used lavender (great for healing of skin) and Lemon (antibacterial). Smells great, too! Let's see how it works! So far, so good!

Deodorant ingredients kind of scare me. I'm totally going to make this and try it out.