Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Another Natural Deodorant & Other Random Items

LaVanila produces a line of natural deodorants for $18.00. I give more details on the video to follow but this is not a natural deodorant that I would buy again. I had zero coverage so this was pretty much useless to me. However, unlike the Lush aromacream deodorant this product did not make my skin itch so that's a good thing.
This product must go into the "SKIP IT" files.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

you should go on etsy and try spa therapy's deodorants. They smell GREAT, are free of junk and give you good odor coverage.

Therapeutic Musings said...

You are funny! That is some expensive deodorant, I hope you find your receipt.

I didn't know Tia/Tamera were 31 either, they look good!

safiyabeauty said...

I'm also on a natural deodorant quest! It's frustrating at times but I think it'll be worth it in the long run, right? Spa Therapy does have some really good natural deodorants. I also heard that Origins has a new one but I haven't tried it yet. Thanks for the review - this will save me from trying this one!

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B said...

I really want to find a good and natural and effective deodorant toooo. $18 is steep for it to not be workin'. Skiiiip.

A D Thomas said...

As much as I love natural, unfortunately natural deodorants are too often ineffective as far as odor control. Let's face it, that's a sacrifice most of us are not willing to make. Okay. And $18.00? Seriously?

Amina said...

glad to read your review..
I was looking at this product..wondering whether it was worth trying.
Anonymous is so right, spa therapy deos are greaaat

Shoshoni said...

You know those crystal rock deodorants that don't work? Well I have a crystal deodorant spray by Crystalux. Its a liquid in a pump bottle. It works really good, and I just add a few drops essential oil to it for fragrance. It works better than any other natural deo, and you can also spray it on other body parts.

Jewells said...

LOL @ smelling ripe. That would've pissed me off, especially w/that price tag. The one thing I've found w/most natural deodorants is that they may work for a couple of days, but after that wear at your own risk.