When it comes to body language the absorbent charcoal and lycopodium powders in this natural deodorant make sure yours is saying the right things. Antiseptic sage powder and earthy patchouli combine with soothing calamine and antibacterial lavender powder to control odours and keep you feeling (and smelling) cool, calm and collected. Just dust a little powdered deodorant onto your hands, or apply straight onto clean, dry pits to keep them brilliantly fresh. And don’t sweat over white marks, charcoal powder ensures dark clothes stay that way.
About 2 years ago
This is the only deodorant powder I have tried but I 100% will never go back to spray. I can get quite clammy and this is really absorbent, it does need topping up some times if it is warm or have been to the gym etc but even my partner swears by it now!
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About 6 years ago
For me, this deodorant does absolutely nothing. Not only does the powder fly around all over the room (it's really difficult to control), it also stains my clothes (not permanently... but it is visible while wearing the deodorant). It does nothing for smell, or sweat, after a while it is like wearing nothing.
Unfortunately, since Lush discontinued Aromacreme I have found no other Lush deodorant that works....
About 11 months ago
To me, this deodorant smells absolutely foul and I have to hold my breath when I apply it.
That being said, it really, really works for me. I sweat a lot, and yet after a long work out and a long day at work, I still smell totally neutral, and I've found I don't need to use a lot of it at a time for it to work. The fact it smells terrible is outweighed by the fact that it's made my transition to natural deodorants 100x easier!
2 months ago
About 2 months ago
The product works very well in itself. however it does make my armpits grey which is fine when wearing long sleeves but not on a sunny day when I want to wear short sleeves. Although I didn't react as bad as I did to Aromaco, I still had a slight rash from this product too - but that's because of my suuuuper sensitive skin so if your skin doesn't get heat rash when it's only about 22°C you probably won't have an issue.
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