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Apr 23

Homemade Deodorant Recipe With COCONUT OIL

Homemade Deodorant Recipe Coconut Oil, Baking Soda & Cornstarch – DIY

 

DEODORANT is one of the basic skin care needs when it comes to daily hygiene. All of use deodorant sprays, roll ons, sticks in some form to protect our bodies from body odor. This becomes even more important in summer for that extra summer care. However, whatever the season be, deodorant is a must. Most of us use ready made commercial store bought deodorant. But since most of the deo’s are loaded with chemicals and to avoid being at risk in long term usage, I have founded this wonderful homemade deodorant recipe with COCONUT OIL, I use this natural deo more than any other specially when I’m at home or when I sweat a lot in summers since this controls sweat amazingly keeping odor at bay and even safe to be used on sensitive skin like mine.
In this post, I’m going to share this wonderful recipe with you so that you can also enjoy the pleasure and satisfaction of a natural deodorant on your skin without the fear of cancer causing agents which is quite common in commercial deodorants.
Homemade Deodorant Recipe With Coconut Oil DIY

 

DIY Homemade Deodorant for Senstive Skin

 

This is one of the simplest yet the most effective natural deodorant recipe to keep you away from sweat and body odor. The ingredients and things required to makes this deo are also very simple and readily available in almost every kitchen or else you can readily get them from your nearby grocery store in just few bugs because along with being natural its  also inexpensive. It’s easy to, chemical free, effective and very safe, even to be used on the sensitive skin.

INGREDIENTS REQUIRED:
Pure Coconut Oil- Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Preferred – 6 Tbsp.I am using the Holy Lama Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, you can use any one available with you.

Baking Soda – 6Tbsp.

Corn Starch – 3 Tbsp
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Homemade Deodorant Recipe With Coconut Oil Ingredients

HOMEMADE DEODORANT RECIPE / METHOD

 

Mix baking soda and corn starch together and keep it aside.
Take melted coconut oil in a bowl. Melted here means it should be in liquid form since it might be frozen in winter. You can easily melt the frozen coconut oil in liquid form by dipping its bottle into hot water mug for a minute or so.
Now add the cornstarch and baking soda mixture to the liquid coconut oil and stir out nicely to form a smooth consistency. The paste should be nicely smooth. If you find it difficult to blend, you can put it on stove for a minute and then stir it. I like to be little solid so that I can carry it easily while travelling. If you wish the deo consistency to be little creamy you can add more coconut oil.
Homemade DIY Deodorant Recipe Method Using Coconut Oil
Once mixed properly add it to any round jar and leave it there for few hours since it will automatically freeze in winter. In Summer, you can keep the jar in refrigerator for a solid consistency.
One can add few drop of essential oils for any specific aroma or simply for the pleasant fragrance.Homemade Natural Deodorant Recipe With Coconut Oil

APPLICATION
Apply the deodorant to your armpits just after shower. Apply and leave it there for a minute to dry out completely.This is important step since if the deodorant is not dried properly, your night end up getting stains on your clothes. However this is very rare but this step takes extra care and precaution. That’s it now this deodorant will do the rest of your work, perfectly taking care of your body odor and sweat.

PROS

Safe and natural
Chemical free deodorant
Very effective in controlling sweat and odour.
Inexpensive
Easy to make
Travel friendly

CONS

 

Might need to refrigerate in summer and cannot be carried.
Baking Soda might not suit a all specially people with exrtemely sensitive skin.
No fragrance like in commercial and roll on sticks.

 

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