Aluminum Free Deodorant

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Because being stinky sucks but so do harsh chemicals, try our aluminum free deodorants and be stinky no more!


Of all the chemical filled products I have replaced, this by far has to be one of the most important ones. Studies have linked chemicals in mainstream deodorants to terrible diseases and I for one would rather not take the chance especially with a product that I wear every single day.


Aside from being all natural, skin-soothing and smelling great, UnTamed's Natural Deodorant WORKS! This is not an antiperspirant and unlike the chemical based deodorants will not clog your pores and prevent perspiration.


Choose from:
- Lavender & Ylang Ylang Essential Oils, soft, clean scent.
- Lemongrass, fresh citrus
- Cedarwood and Bergamot, like a walk in the woods

Deo glides on clear, allow the under arm to dry between application and getting dressed.


Ingredients: Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E, Arrowroot Powder, Bentonite Clay, Tea Tree and other essential oils


UnTamed Natural Care does not make any medical claims. Please read ingredients before using. Always store natural products in a cool and dry place.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
All Natural

Going all natural no longer means that you have to be smelly. I have now tried all 3 of these and I love them all. They all smell great and keeps me dry and fresh all day long.

10 stars

Love this product! I hope it never goes away. Lemongrass and lavender are my favorite. I was sad when I had to stop using this product during my pregnancy. Didn’t mix well, but glad I was able to get back on. Holds up great during the summer.

Very refreshing!

Absolutely love these deodorants, with lemon grass/fresh citrus being my favorite! Deodorant felt very refreshing, and love that it’s an all natural product.


My mom loves these! She uses all natural deodorants. She said it worked well. I myself are usually smelly after a workout and I didn’t smell funky afterwards. I would recommend this