Natural Deodorant Balms versus anti-perspirants

Natural Deodorant Balms versus anti-perspirants

Natural Deodorant Balms: 

Are they the same as antiperspirants?

Basically... no!

A Natural Deodorant Balm isn’t an antiperspirant and shouldn’t contain aluminium salts, although some pseudo-natural ones do. ⠀

Aluminium Salts in antiperspirants, will basically keep you dry by blocking your sweat glands.

But do we want our pores to be blocked by harmful ingredients? Mmmm... 


What happens when you switch to a natural deodorant balm?

Your underarms have been so used to the aluminium salts in your antiperspirant which prevents you from sweating that some of you could almost go into overdrive mode when you stop using it and maybe sweat more.

But that doesn’t happen to most of us.

Be patient and give your body time to adjust.

Your underarms are having a detox and getting rid of all the aluminium salts that have been absorbed into your skin. ⠀

And remember sweating is natural! Yes it absolutely is!

What a natural deodorant will do is keep you dry and mask the odours caused by sweat.

So why not be kind to your skin and try a natural, aluminium free deodorant balm that will help your pores breathe naturally?


JUSTE NATURE Natural Deodorant Balm 

Peppermint and Lemongrass Natural Deodorant Balm


Once I developed my natural deodorant balms and started changing my everyday skincare routine, I knew these were much needed changes to a healthier lifestyle.

It’s important to know what goes into our skincare.

The ingredients in Juste Nature Deodorant Balms include essential oils like Lemongrass, Peppermint, Lavender, Clary Sage, Tea Tree Oil...that will help mask the odours.

Bicarbonate Soda, Arrowroot and Tapioca Powder will help keep you dry.

Organic Shea Butter, Vitamin E and Almond oil will moisturise your skin.

And Beeswax and Organic Coconut Oil that have antiseptic properties.

Here's one of our customer review below:

Juste Nature Customer Review


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