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11 Non-Toxic Deodorants

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Switching from a traditional antiperspirant to a non-toxic deodorant can be a little tricky. We have found that patience and a little experimentation are what it takes for a successful switch. In order to find deodorants without synthetic fragrances, aluminum, or other harmful chemicals, we scoured ingredient lists, tried a ton of products, and read reviews to find the 11 best non-toxic, natural deodorants.

Whether you have sensitive skin, want something with a pleasant smell, or want something unscented, we think there is something for everyone on this list! Not all deodorants work well for everyone, and some people prefer different application types. For some people, baking soda irritates the skin, and for others it doesn't. So, if the first one you try isn't working for you, try another one! There are baking soda free natural deodorants and there are some brands that have plastic free deodorant options too! Also, remember, these are deodorants, not antiperspirants, so the focus is on keeping you from smelling more than it is on keeping you from sweating, since sweating an important natural detox mechanism. So give one of these natural deodorants a try and be rest assured that they are better for your health!

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While some things might be different this summer, we're still going to try to spend as much time outside as possible. That's why we updated our sunscreen roundup for 2020! 🧴⁠ Our top 10 picks are all mineral sunscreen, non-toxic , and reef safe! Plus, a lot of these brands have a variety of formulations! From everyday wear, sweaty sports and beach days, we've got you covered! Any of these are 10 options are safe for kids and babies too 👶⁠ ⁠ a) @allgoodbrand Sport Sunscreen SPF 30 ⁠ b) @babobotanicals Clear Zinc Sunscreen SPF 30 ⁠ c) @badgerbalm Clear Zinc Regular and Sport Sunscreen SPF 30 ⁠ d) @bluelizardsunscreen Sensitive Sunscreen ⁠ e) @barerepublic Mineral SPF 50 Sport Sunscreen Stick ⁠ f) @blockislandorganics Natural Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30 ⁠ g) Jason Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30 Broad Spectrum ⁠ h) @juicebeauty SPF 30 Sport Sunscreen ⁠ i) @thinksport Safe Sunscreen SPF 50 ⁠ j) @twopeasorganics SPF 30 Unscented Mineral Sunscreen⁠ ⁠
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can be overwhelming- there are so many colors and fabrics and styles to choose from! There are also some hazardous chemicals you should watch out for. Did you know that couches can be loaded with flame retardants, forever chemicals, and VOCs 🙅‍♀️? Our newest article has everything you need to know about buying a new (or new to you) couch. Link in bio!
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