Chanel has entered the clean beauty space, here’s what we think A G+S Review of No.1 De Chanel
Why these next-gen natural deodorants will win you over, one sweat session at a time
We’ve tested them to their limits (Pilates class, coastal runs and even horse riding), they’ve undergone the laundry test (no yellow marks), the toddler sniff test and even our partners approve. But what sets these hard working daily essentials apart is they have all the benefits of a paste – long-lasting, you still sweat but you don’t smell – but all in a convenient and no mess stick. Hallelujah!
Housed in a chic green cylinder that can be recycled in your curbside collection, Natch Essentials deodorants are handcrafted in Sydney in small batches so that no two deodorants are the same. It’s free of all the nasties like aluminium, parabens and synthetics, and features a blend of coconut oil and vanilla oils. It’s one of our all-time favourites, easy to apply, no fuss and no mess!
A total game-changer as far as we are concerned. Biode’s packaging is 100 per cent biodegradable – to the point that when you’re finished with the packaging simply bury it in the garden, or a pot plant and it will break down in 12-20 weeks. Plus, it’s formulated with natural and certified organic ingredients, is applied via a push-up tube, so again no mess, and has a woody, unisex scent, which we love.
Another sustainable game-changer, Asuvi deodorants arrive in a recyclable, easy to handle tube, but the clincher is they provide refills wrapped in biodegradable cardboard. All ingredients are sourced from smallholder family farms or Australian certified organic suppliers, and we love that they have scents for men and women. Try their new spring range that includes floral Wanderah or woody Angophora.
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