Herbal Deodorant Recipe

Herbal Deodorant Recipe

Body odor can be embarrassing and an issue, especially for teens. I tend to go sans deodorant unless I am going out. Having sensitive skin means most deodorants, even natural ones can cause a major rash. Some people keep using  a product, natural or otherwise even after rashes and break outs occur. This is a sign of irritation and a sign to stop using a product.

 

Recommended Essential Oils: Anise, Clary Sage, Cypress, Fennel, Juniper, Lemon, Rosemary, Sage, and Tea Tree. The sages will limit the amounts of sweat. Tea Tree and Rosemary can fight spell producing bacteria.

Aromatherapy Application- bath, massage, skin lotion, body spray or powder.

Deodorant Powder- herbal deodorant recipe

1 part Arrowroot powder

1 part Corn starch

1/4 part Myrrh Powder

¼ part Powdered Herbs like Peppermint, Sage, Patchouli, or any that you like.

10-15 drops per half cup of the following:

(Spicy) Tea Tree, Rosemary, Fennel

(Citrus) Sweet Orange, Grapefruit, and Lemon

(All purpose) Sage, Juniper and Clary Sage

(Sexy) Sandalwood, Jasmine, Sweet Orange, Patchouli

 

Deodorant Spray- herbal deodorant recipe

1 cup Witch Hazel Distillate

10 drops Sage (if pregnant or nursing use Clary Sage)

Essential Oil 10 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil

5 drops Rosemary Essential Oil

5 drops Fennel Essential Oil

or

1 cup Witch Hazel Distillate

10 drops Lavender Essential Oil

10 drops Tangerine Essential Oil 10 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil

5 drops Fennel Essential Oil

Combine together and store in a small spray bottle and spray on as needed.

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Disclaimer: For educational use only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

You can get Demetria Clark’s book Herbal Healing for Children and 475 Herbal and Aromatherapy Recipes at Amazon.

 

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