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Underarm Detox


Detox those pits.

Switching from an aluminum antiperspirant and want to clean out your underarm pores? This soap bar will gently exfoliate and help you transition from aluminum-based antiperspirants to a natural deodorant.

Use it for the first few weeks when you're switching, to help you get to the confident "yes, my natural deodorant works!" state.

Organic fair-trade shea butter for softness and soothing.

Each bar will be slightly different in shape and size due to the 100% handmade nature of this product. Mini size is 0.9 oz net weight.

How to use: Wet bar. Lather in armpits. Wait about a minute. Rinse thoroughly. Dry armpits before applying deodorant. 

Ingredients: Sodium cocoate, sodium shea butterate, sodium castorate, loofah, clay, activated charcoal

fragrance-free | palm-free | detergent-free | gently exfoliates | vegan

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great for a weekly refresh

I use this weekly as an armpit mask - love that it's quick and easy to swipe on, plus not messy like a normal mask! My continued use of natural deodorant has been thanks to this little bar - will definitely restock once it runs out (I'm 4 months into using it and I still probably have half of the bar left!).

Great transitional product

Really awesome product to use as you are first beginning to switch over to natural deodorant. Love to use before shaving or after, whatever you’re comfortable with! It lasts about 2 months with regular use which can be enough time for some to transition. Be sure to keep dry outside of the shower after use as it can dissipate if left in water.

Helped me finally transition

It took me years to successfully make the transition to natural deodorant, and I credit Underarm Detox. I used it longer than the recommended few weeks because I noticed once the bar ran out, I'd get smelly again. That also signaled to me that the bar was working! I'd say I used at least 4 of these bars before I could finally transition, but it was worth it.

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