DIY Natural Deodorant

DIY Natural Deodorant

Our followers could use our herbal deodorant recipe to make natural deodorant at home with using natural ingredients. People who do not want to touch deodorants with chemicals to their skin, can simply get rid of bad smell preparing deodorant at home using natural materials.

How Can You Prepare Natural Deodorant?

Herbal Deodorant Recipe

  • 50 ml of mineral water
  • 10 drops of lavender oil
  • 5 drops of sage oil
  • 100 ml of apple cider vinegar

Put all ingredients as specified amount a bowl and then mix them all. You can fill this mixture into a clean spray bottle and use whenever you want. You could keep the rest of the mixture in a glass bottle.

Lavender-Scented Natural Deodorant

  • 1 drop of lavender oil
  • 1 drop of cedar oil
  • 250 ml of wıtch hazel water
  • 2 tablespoons of herbal glycerin

After mixing all ingredients, first fill required amount in a spray bottle that you will use to apply, then fill the rest in a glass bowl. This mixture provides you to smell good during the day.

DIY Natural Deodorant 2

Rose Scented Natural Deodorants 

  • 5 drops of geranium oil
  • 2 drops of rose oil
  • 2 tablespoons white clay

Mix all ingredients as specified amount. You can apply as much as you need after filling a spray bottle and you could keep the rest of mixture in a glass bottle. Rose smell will suppress sweat smell during the day.

Jasmine Scented Natural Deodorants

  • 10 ml of rose water
  • 10 ml of mineral water
  • 10 ml of herbal glycerin
  • 2 drops of clove oil (evaporating)
  • 2 drops of jasmine oil (evaporating)

Before mixing, you should get a spray bottle. Mix all ingredients in a glass bowl then pour the mixture into spray bottle. You can use whenever you need.

Natural deodorants have volatile feature because of is prepared using herbal oils. Therefore, natural deodorant that you prepare, should be kept in a sealed glass bottle. You could use a sparay bottle to apply this natural deodorant to your body. You will get positive results when you apply your armpits, under breasts and rear side of knees. Back of your wrist also has also smell keper characteristic.

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