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Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Deodorants

They say that the key to making friends is the lack of bad body smell. Sadly, most of the time, daily personal hygiene is not enough to keep your friends close and your odor away. So, we opt for antiperspirants, deodorants, and other body sprays to solve the problem. However, what we don’t or rarely have in mind while shopping for these products is how rich they are in chemicals that not only don’t get the job done right but may also harm your skin. So, what’s the real solution?

Since the awareness of consuming organic body products has raised, people have been producing creams, perfumes, and body deodorants made only from natural ingredients. This way, they will make sure they smell nice without worrying about potential side-effects to their skin. And the best part is, it’s not that hard to make them. All you need are some natural ingredients and your kitchen.

The only problem left to solve is – what ingredients to use? This is where we step in to help you. We’ve put together the best 10 recipes for creamy deodorants for you to gain insight into what to use and how to make them.

Your job is to pick your favorite and say goodbye to the store-bought deodorants once and for all.

Homemade Deodorant For Sensitive Skin


The first one on this list is this clay-and-baking-soda deodorant, specially made for those with sensitive skin. It uses ingredients that have a soothing, yet, refreshing, effect on the skin without the chemicals that may otherwise irritate your skin. Plus, this one, as most of the other deodorants on this list, is purely creamy, which means that no chemicals will invade your nostrils as you’re applying the deodorant.

Homemade Deodorant with Chamomile and Calendula


Another great soothing solution for your sensitive skin is this deodorant made from chamomile and calendula. It’s also great that it doesn’t have a strong scent, so it’s perfect for anyone. After trying this one out, you won’t have any reason to buy another deodorant.

Homemade Deodorant without Clay


If you want to go even more all-natural, then this is the recipe for you. Since some people tend to stay away from products that contain clay, this no-clay deodorant/antiperspirant may be just what they need.

Mango-Lime & Spearmint Natural Deodorant


Here’s a fruity addition to this already amazing list. If you’re someone who’s interested in creating a refreshing fruity deodorant, then you will be counting the days until summer starts so you can finally roll up your sleeves and make something like this.

Lavander Homemade Deodorant


And now, we go into this herbal homemade deodorant. This recipe uses lavender and sage, but if these are not your favorites, you can substitute them for others, such as mint or rose. Then, just follow the rest of the ingredients and your skin will soon be grateful.

Homemade Deodorant for Sensitive Skin


The motto “Hakuna Matata” has never been more applicable. This homemade deodorant recipe will truly leave you carefree and smelling nice throughout the entire day. Just mix the ingredients together and you’re done!

Homemade Deodorant with a Secret Ingredient


The owner of Pronounce Skincare shares this amazing recipe with the audience who, just like you, fellow readers, is eager to embark on a homemade deodorant mission. Finally a product with ingredients you can pronounce, right (see what we did there)?

Homemade Citrus Deodorant


Want to find an effective, yet natural way to keep your body from smelling bad without blocking your sweat glands? Look no further than this citrus cream deodorant that is not difficult to make and uses no toxic ingredients whatsoever.

Homemade Deodorant with Jojoba Oil


Finally a travel-sized homemade deodorant you can take on a plane without worrying about its flammable properties. Since it’s a roll-up deodorant, you won’t have to use your fingers to apply it, and you make sure another curious stealer doesn’t use it.

Deodorant Spray


And lastly, here’s a liquid natural deodorant for those who are just not up for applying cream on their armpits. It only uses few natural ingredients and no baking soda, which is one of the ingredients responsible for skin rashes, and it’s fairly easy to make.

So, you’ve officially run out of excuses to stick with the store-bought deodorants and not make this beneficial switch. We hope you’ve been inspired to create one of these homemade deodorant recipes. Share your thoughts and some other ideas in the comments below.

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