How To Make A Very Effective , All Natural Deodorant! - Works Better - by Shaili Ranasinghe - Musely
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How To Make A Very Effective , All Natural Deodorant! - Works Better -

posted in Skin & Body
  • To make your own deodorant:

    Corn starch.
    Baking soda.
    Coconut oil.
    Essential oils - OPTIONAL

    An empty container to be filled with your new deodorant.

  • Combine 1/4 cup (60mL) cornstarch with 1/4 cup baking soda.

    Add essential oils - I used 8 drops of lavender with 3 drops of sandalwood.

    Add 2 Tablespoons coconut oil .Though the coconut oil I got for this project had a low melting point, the stuff I have at home has a higher one, which I would recommend.

    Mush the ingredients together until they start to form a silky mass. Add more of the coconut oil or dry ingredients to adjust. Then fill your container

  • And your done !
    No more smelly pits and all natural meaning no rashes anymore !



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