- Quantity: 92 g
- Skin type: all, particularly sensitive
- Scent: fruity and fresh
- Vegan & Cruelty-free
- 100% natural
- Absorbs quickly and lasts a long time
- Gluten free
- The award-winning formula neutralizes odor, absorbs moisture and maintains freshness
- The scent of essential oils; without artificial fragrance
- Not greasy, not sticky
- The application requires a small amount
- Certifications: 'Leaping Bunny' Program, Vegan movement
- Packaging: recycled plastic
Schmidt’s deodorant sticks are made with the successful formula of shea butter, baking soda and Indian arrowroot powder. They are practical and more hygienic than popular deodorants. They are absorbed quickly, are not sticky, leave the skin with a pleasant feeling and provide effective protection against unpleasant odors!
Free of aluminum, propylene glycol, parabens and phthalates.
Contains ingredients that nourish your skin:
- Coconut oil
- Jojoba oil
- Shea butter
How to use it?
1-2 moves on the skin are all you need for all-day protection with a very small amount.
Country of origin: SAD
Schmidt’s was born from Jaime Schmidt’s vision of developing natural products in 2010 during the Maker Movement. With humble beginnings in the kitchen in Portland, Oregon, entrepreneurship has brought Jamie’s life passion into focus - innovative body care. Motivated to produce products that would be healthy for her family and knowing that the supply of natural deodorants on the market does not meet consumer expectations, Jaime has set herself the goal of changing the way people think about deodorant.
Schmidt's chooses innovative plant and mineral derivative ingredients when developing its formulas and believes that natural ingredients can provide benefits equal to their synthetic counterparts.
Schmidt's Naturals products do not contain aluminum, propylene glycol, SLS, parabens, phthalates, artificial fragrances, artificial flavors, artificial colors or artificial fragrance.
Also, Schmidt's recycles its packaging in the United States.
See all Schmidt's deodorants here.