Hi, I found you on Texas Blogging Gals and came by to say hello. I am now a follower and hope you'll come by and say howdy sometime.Very very interesting concerning the natural deo. Not sure I could do that.... There is a shop in Rice Village in Houston that has lots of natural products. I wrote about it on my blog.Take care.LoneStarLiferPaula
I saw you at It's a Hodgepodge Life and had to pop over...love the name! I am totally intrigued...I will have to mull this one over. I do agree with the shampoo, I tried a natural one and it just did not do the trick.Really loving your blog...I am a new follower.
thank you so much for posting this! I am definitely going to give it a try!
Wow, what a cool idea. Love this! I would love for you to come link up over at my blog! I've got prizes :)-Jillhttp://womenwhodoitall.blogspot.com
I'll try anything once....am now a follower and will be back to let you know, if it works..lolSandyhttp://thewondersofdoing.blogspot.com/
Thanks for trying this! I am fairly new to natural living and was wondering about deo. I think I will give this a shot! BTW you have a new follower :)
Very cool! Have you tried it in really hot weather yet? Thanks for linking up to Make it Yours Day at My Backyard Eden!
That is cool! I may have to try it!
Natural deodarant is one of the few things I just haven't had any luck with yet. But I'm going to try this recipe thanks to your glowing recommendation. Give the natural shampoo another try. I had to try lots of different brands before finding some I liked.
I love the idea of natural shampoo also! However, after many tries I still go back and forth. Which ones do you like the best? :)
Try Wen by Chaz Dean. AMAZING stuff!
Try Wen by Chaz Dean. AMAZING stuff!!! Much better than any store bought products! (And if you are wary of the price, try buying it off of QVC - much cheaper with their sales!)
Wow...it actually works?? That is amazing!! I love the idea of going natural but am afraid that it will not be as effective! Thanks!!
I forwarded your link over to my friend who is expecting and does not want to use deo with aluminum in it!
Hey, followed you over here from your comment on Pioneer Woman's homemade tortilla post. :)Very cool post about the deodorant. I've recently switched to Tom's, but I'll definitely give this a try. As to the shampoo thing, been there, done that, unfortunately have the t-shirt. I hated all of the natural recipes/alternatives that I tried. However, one of the books that I read (Better Basics for the Home, very cool book) suggested Aubrey Organics shampoo as an alternative and as close to homemade as you can get commercially. I tried it and loved it, but the down side is that it is expensive. Just thought that I'd throw that out there. ;)
That is so cool! I never would have dreamed of making my own deodorant. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Found you from Holly's Tickled Pink.
Hello! I found you ton Under The Table...and have become your newest follower. I LOVE your site and will be back soon! Katy
my father is allergic to deodorant... so always hunting for something to help him smell manly in a good way.. what about sandalwood.. or lemon as a send for men??
Thank you for this recipe! I'll definitely give it a try since Tom's costs $5 a bar. As for the shampoo, when I learned that the 'squeaky clean' isn't clean at all, but the roughness that the shampoo is causing I got over it pretty fast. It removes the healthy oils and raises the 'scales' on your hair and what we feel as clean is the scales catching on the skin of our hands and vibrating the strands like a violin string. Yuck. I went 'no poo' (baking soda and vinegar) and will never go back!
Found you through pinterest. Just wanted to add my 2 cents - this works! I had the same so so results with store bought "natural" deodorants. I have mixed up my own, roughly the same amounts, exact same ingredients except that I used lemongrass essential oil. I was amazed at how well it worked, in extreme conditions too!Some people find the baking soda irritating. I backed off on the amount of baking soda - no irritation and worked just as well.
Hi! love your.blog and I am anxious to try.this! also wanted to tell you a couple of years ago I discovered Trader Joes Tea Tree Shampoo, and its sulfate-free, I've been using it a long time! maybe give it a shot. if you don't have a TKs near u, I think u can find it on Amazon too. thanks again for.the post!
Hello! This recipe looks quite nifty, thanks! I just have one question, how do you actually apply it? It looks almost like cream from a bottle so would you scoop some with your fingers and rub it all over your arm pits? Is there another way? Thanks loads!
curious to know if this would act as an antiperspirant also... or just deodorant... meaning it would help you not stink. :) Thanks for letting me know. I'm curious to try this.
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