I can’t take credit for this home-made deodorant recipe. I cut and pasted it as opposed to sharing it from Facebook – the numerous advertisements on the original article were insane.
Boo advertisements. They are so distracting.
This deodorant recipe is from realfarmacy.com.
- 6-8 Tbsp coconut oil (solid state)
- 1/4 cup baking soda
- 1/4 cup arrowroot powder or cornstarch (arrowroot is preferred)
- Combine equal portions of baking soda & arrowroot powder.
- Slowly add coconut oil and work it in with a spoon or hand blender until it maintains a firm but pliable texture. It should be about the same texture as commercial deodorant, solid but able to be applied easily. If it is too wet, add more arrowroot powder or cornstarch to thicken.
- You can either scoop this recipe into your old deodorant dispensers or place in a small container with lid and apply with fingers with each use. Makes about 1 cup. This recipe lasts about 3 months for two people with regular daily use.
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