I am particularly passionate about natural products. Although as a Beauty Blogger I do trial almost anything, I do get a little excited when something more wholesome turn up on my desk. Yes, we all know the benefits of using natural skincare, but have you thought about natural deodorant? Well you should. Sweating is one of the most natural bodily functions, yet we constantly spray harmful chemicals at our super delicate arm pits to prevent it. Almost all antiperspirants contain harmful elements like aluminium, which have been linked to many health issues. Sweating is our bodies way of removing toxins, yet here we go spraying them all over ourselves to counteract it. Doesn’t make sense right? Sweat isn’t our enemy, it’s those pesky little bacteria that make us smelly. So, we just need to treat that. Natural deodorant is definitely something we all should be considering.
Mr Pitts* is a natural and organic deodorant paste that neutralises odours and eliminated bacteria. Plus, It is 100% Australian born and bred. Mr Pitts is made from shea butter, coconut oil, bicarbonate soda, arrowroot, kaolin clay, vitamin e and essential oils. So not only is this deodorant good for your health, it is kind on those little pits of yours.
Mr Pitts smells fresh but not too strong – very important. The formula is gray and quite firm, but not off-putting in the slightest. The directions say to spread a pea-sized amount on each arm pit and rub it in. The paste rubs in seamlessly and you can’t feel it at all. There was no reside, nor does it stain or mark clothes. I’ve been using this baby for 3 weeks or so and I haven’t had any smelly issues at all. Plus, I haven’t even made a dint in the jar.
Overall, I really enjoy this product. I love that the scent isn’t too strong and the forumla isn’t overly wet. If you are looking to make the switch, I couldn’t recommend Mr Pitts enough. Give it a go – I’d love to hear your thoughts.
*DISCLAIMER – Although this prouduct was sent for my consideration, all views and opinions are 100% honest. All opinions are based purely from my own experiences. I try my hardest to provide my readers with accurate information, but I am not by any means a professional, nor am I an expert. Please do not confuse my opinions with professional advice.