*EASY DIY* Natural Deodorant for sensitive skin!

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  • Published: 04 June 2017
  • Today we're making natural deodorant, safe for those with sensitive skin!

    Here is the recipe:
    1/3 cup coconut oil
    3 Tbs. beeswax, grated or pellets
    2 Tbs. shea butter
    1/3 cup arrowroot powder
    2 Tbs. baking soda
    10 – 15 drops essential oils (I put in 10 Melaleuca and 5 Lavender)

    Directions
    1. Melt coconut oil, beeswax, and shea butter using the double boiler method.

    2. Once completely melted remove off heat and whisk in arrowroot powder and baking soda. Then add essential oils. Mix thoroughly, but quickly as mixture will start to thicken.

    3. Pour into two empty deodorant containers and let your homemade deodorant sit until completely set (usually a couple of hours)
    (If you don't have deodorant containers, you could put it in a jar and just use your fingers to apply, messier, but it works!)

Comments • 21

  • Cassie Durwin
    Cassie Durwin  7 months back

    You have a Beautiful Spirit. A Great Patient Teacher!!! Happiness Everyday🌻

    • Rajeshwari Savant
      Rajeshwari Savant  12 months back

      Hi ,I like to add baking soda in deodorant recipe because it’s a body odour absorber but the problem is that because of soda it’s texture because grainy like thin sand ...ur deodorant texture also same like mine or should I do some changes for creamy texture?pls suggest

      • Brittany Parrish
        Brittany Parrish   12 months back

        This recipe does have a creamier consistency, if you like the recipe you usually make, just decrease the baking soda by half or so and see how that goes! Happy making :)

    • Katalin Kovács
      Katalin Kovács  2 years back

      Baking soda? that's not for sensitive skin al all

      • Brittany Parrish
        Brittany Parrish   12 months back

        Katalin Kovács it’s a very small amount in this recipe. I get a rash from all the store bought natural deodorants with baking soda, but not from this one! but feel free to omit!

    • Laura Garcia
      Laura Garcia  2 years back

      Talks too much

      • Brittany Parrish
        Brittany Parrish   12 months back

        Laura Garcia thanks for the feedback! I do talk a lot in this video :D I did this as a casual Facebook live for my friends and family, but thought others could benefit hence the upload on YT. I hope you found what you were looking for here or elsewhere! Happy making!

      • Tmslogig
        Tmslogig  1 years back

        Laura Garcia Really Laura? Keep your unkind comments to yourself. Feel free to pass on by any videos that don’t suit your needs. This was unnecessary.

    • Rosemary Degelia
      Rosemary Degelia  2 years back

      Very good tutorial! Thank you!

    • Lillian Nardone
      Lillian Nardone  2 years back

      Hello here from Florida! Looking forward in doing one now just got my amazon empty deodorant plastic and am getting ready to do this since my skin is dry will just add 1/2 tsp on baking soda thanks for your video :)

    • Paula Power
      Paula Power  2 years back

      Baking Soda? Not for sensitive skin, then...

      • Trisha Meloling
        Trisha Meloling  1 years back

        Brittany Parrish we can skip the baking soda

      • Brittany Parrish
        Brittany Parrish   2 years back

        Paula Power its a small amount in this recipe, feel free to omit!

    • Patrice Mckaufman
      Patrice Mckaufman  3 years back

      Lmbo "it's totally civilized" I love this video....I'm gonna try this

    • Natasha Chillaxing Melts, Candles & Body Products

      Tip. Always buy beeswax from your gou try as you don't know if foreign hives have been infested or sprayed with pesticides.

      I use Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Vit E Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Bicarbonate Soda, Pink Himalayan Salt Grounded to powder, Yellow Beeswax pellets, And whatever fragrance the customer orders - if found Orange & Bergamot to be nice.

      I combine everything and melt it all then I strain it thru a drive and add the oil in sterilized Glue Sticks from both my son's class, Or Deo Push-Up tubes or Maxi 15g Tubes ( From the Australian Partner of Bramble Berry called Aussie Soap Supplies