Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Bella Organics Vanilla Mint Deodorant Cream + Giveaway #LoveYourBody

I don't like using chemicals if I don't need to but deodorant is a tricky thing. This is a new option that seems to be quite effective and smells great too. Bella Organics organic, chemical-free cream deodorant works to keep me fresh and dry.  It contains a synergistic combination of ingredients. They start with organic arrowroot powder to absorb wetness naturally. They added organic Shea Butter which helps to soothe and moisturize my dry skin. Coconut oil is included with its natural anti-bacterial and conditioning properties for the skin. Organic peppermint and tea tree essential oils provide more anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties. The combination of elegant ingredients leaves my skin feeling cool, fresh and clean even after a hard workout.

It is easy to use too. All I do is scoop a pea-sized amount from the jar with my clean fingers. I gently rub onto each underarm until deodorant is applied. That's it. A simple concept but but has been effective all day and even through sweaty workouts. I like that I can use a chemical free option and feel confident.

Here is the complete list of ingredients: Organic Shea Butter, Organic Arrowroot Powder, (Vegan), Organic Sunflower Oil,  Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Aluminum-Free Baking Soda, Organic Peppermint Essential Oil, Organic Vanilla Extract, Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil.

So you are not surprised, the jar is very tiny at 2oz but it lasts because you only need a bit. Once it is opened it is effective for 12 months. 

You can pick up this Vanilla Mint Deodorant Cream on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. Meanwhile, enter my Rafflecopter giveaway to win your own Bella Organics Vanilla Mint Deoderant Cream. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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