Now Foods, Nature's Deodorant Stone, 6 oz (170 g) (Discontinued Item)
- 100% Pure & Natural
- Natural Odor Protection
Condition: Body in need of all natural odor protection, from a deodorant free of harmful forms of aluminum.
Solution: Nature's Deodorant Stone leaves a thin layer of odor-controlling mineral salts to offer long-lasting, natural protection. Natural deodorant crystals have been proven to be highly effective in protecting against body odors. It is free of harsh chemicals, oils, alcohol, preservatives and harmful forms of aluminum.
NOW Solutions is setting a standard for quality:
- We do not use synthetic fragrance or artificial colors.
- Our products do not contain parabens.
- NOW does not test on animals.
- We are members of the NPA TruLabel Program and truthfully declare all ingredients on the label.
- NOW will continue to do research and use all-natural ingredients whenever possible.
Light wet deodorant crystal stone and apply generously to the underarms and/or feet. For best results, use after bathing while skin is still moist.
Natural kalinite (aluminum potassium sulfate dodecahydrate) crystal.
Free of harmful forms of aluminum (chlorohydrate, chloride, tetrachlorohydrex and octachlorohydrex).
I bought this deodorant stone as a Christmas present for all my friends and family. It seems crazy to put toxic junk in are open pored arm pits. Some say there is corelation between deodorants and breast cancer. Using a product like this can't hurt.
Deodorant Stone Works Great!
Posted by BeckySue on Mar 13, 2015
Deodorant stones work great and can be used by any family member. Too bad that this item has been discontinued but Iherb has many other products that are just as good!
Great for washing my face after the shave
Posted by 4880670731121983453 on Feb 20, 2013
Perfect size, helps tighten the pores and disinfect the skin.
Posted by 4877646212151455031 on Jan 25, 2013
Es muy buen desodorante, pero me resulta más práctico el formato en stick
Posted by Reviewer1947122 on Jan 23, 2013
Bur only used after shower