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Homemade Deodorant Without Cornstarch or Baking Soda

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I am seeking a good deodorant recipe; something other than coconut oil, baking soda, or cornstarch. Any thoughts? Thanks.

By VBartlett from Kissimmee, FL

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By Momof4boys10/12/2011

Globalgypsy, what ratio do you use for making your deodorant?

By Amber07/29/2010

Witchhazel (will tighten pores), tea tree oil (will thwart bacteria), and a few drops of essential oil, like rosemary/lavender for scent.

By merry woods [2]06/24/2010

Underarm smells are usually caused by bacteria, so ensure that you always wash well. I use apple cider vinegar in water 1:5 and it works really well, when you first apply (use a spray bottle) it you notice the vinegar smell but this disappears quickly. Doesn't mark clothes either and no nasty aluminum to block up your pores and cause health problems

By abrupt_silence [5]06/21/2010

Tea Tree oil, it can be purchased at a health food store. It works to control oil and moisture on the skin.

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