Why Switch to an all natural Deodorant?
There are many reasons for switching to an all natural Deodorant. For one store bought commen Deodorants are full of harmful chemicals including aluminium.
If you are intersted and want to learn more about switching here is a nice artical about making the switch:
The most important part of switching (this goes for all natural products) give your body time to adjust. It can take between a week to two weeks for the natural deodorant to proper work. If you can stick it out and "stick to your guns" you never want to go back to a toxic "cancer stick" deodorant. Choose from many scents below.
Apply to clean and dry underarms. Do not apply to broken skin. Baking soda can cause, in some cases, irritation to sensitive skin types.
Thank you for giving my natural deodorant a try! You are on the right track giving up toxic modern day deodorants. The search for just the right natural deodorant can be frustrating. As much as I would love my deodorant to work for everyone, it does not work for every one. Give your body at least 7 days to adjust to the deodorant. Apply to dry and clean underarms. For folks with sensitive skin, baking soda can cause a rash.
We are very proud of the Eco-Friendly push up deodorant tube packaging. That we buy from another small buisness.
The tubes are made from 100% recycled paper. And can be recycled again after use. No plastic that ends up in the land filled or in a whales belly.
virgin coconut oil(cocos nucifera),
unrefined shea butter(vitellaria paradoxa),
white beeswax(cera alba) to prevent staining of clothes,
arrowroot powder(maranta arundinacea),
baking soda(sodium bicarbonate),
vitamin E-oil, essential oils for Fragrance.
Apply to clean and dry underarms.
NET WT 3 oz
* 5 year Guarantee against cord and clasp breakage.
* Stainless Steel lobster clasp (for secure clasping!)
* Strung on thick, vinyl coated, stainless steel braided wire. (tough wearing!)
* Ready to ship
* Not waterproof: My work is built to last, but the natural beads I make this jewelry out of are water and chemical sensitive. Especially true for wooden beads!
Beaded necklaces and bracelets tend to wear tighter than chain or cord jewelry because of their thickness. Use this sizing guide to find your perfect necklace length for my Surfer Jewelry and Designer Jewelry mens necklace lines.
18" - This is choker length. A beaded necklace at this length will lay just above an average man's collarbone.
20" - This is the standard men's necklace length and the most popular size in my online shop. A 20" necklace will lay just below the collarbone on most men and just above the neckline of a crew-neck shirt.
22" - This will lay just below the collar of a man's crew-neck shirt and just above the collar of a v-neck shirt.
24" - This is a longer size that falls to the middle of the sternum on most men. It's more commonly worn with pendant necklaces, but also looks great layered with other necklaces for that confident rock star look.
How To Measure For Necklace or Bracelet Size:
When measuring a man's neck or wrist for the perfect beaded necklace or bracelet fit, it's best to use something thicker (8-9mm) like an extension cord to find the best length. If you use a length of string or a tape measure, the finished piece of beaded jewelry will be too short.
Already Know Your Collar Size?
A good guess for a men's necklace that lays just above the collar bone (where the 18" necklace is in the above model picture) is to add 2" to your collar size. For a necklace that lays just below the collar bone, add 4" to your collar size and etc.