sodium bicarbonate, butyrospermum parkii butter*, maranta arundinacea root powder*, zea mays starch, cocos nucifera oil*, helianthus annuus seed oil*, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, coco-caprylate/caprate, helianthus annuus seed cera, ricinus communis seed oil, shorea robusta resin, rhus verniciflua peel cera, caprylic/capric triglyceride, cedrus atlantica wood oil, rhus succedanea fruit cera, citrus reticulata peel oil, tocopherol, ascorbyl palmitate***, simmondsia chinensis seed oil*, cymbopogon martini oil, cananga odorata flower oil, daucus carota sativa root extract*, rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract**, limonene**, geraniol, linalool**, benzyl benzoate, citral (* Organic, ** from natural essential oils, *** RSPO – certified)
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certified natural cosmetics, 100% vegan and cruelty free, aluminium-free
12 x 3.5 x 3.5 (cm)
Deodorant stick papertube Ben & Anna- Nordic Timber
Natural zero waste alternative to classic deodorant packed in plastic. Warm and fragrant. Astringent with ceder and a nuance of Palmarosa. Naturally we are enamored by this combination of aromas. Recommended for men.
The deodorant is wrapped in paper tubes made from recycled paper. It’s good for your skin and good for the environment.
Thanks to a combination of select natural ingredients, “NATRUE”-certifiedBen & Anna deodorants offer reliable protection against body odour and sweat.
Ben & Anna’s natural deodorant sticks have a solid consistency thanks to shea butter and soda. They go on smooth, never greasy or sticky and they leave the skin feeling great.
- Protects against moisture and odour
- Never greasy or sticky
- No aluminium, PEG’s, Parabene or Phtalate
- Vegan, cruelty-free & gluten-free
To apply, push up bottom of the tube with the thumband then rub a thin layer of our deodorant under the arms.
Since we do not use any chemical stabilizers, we recommend storing the deodorant at room temperature. High temperatures tend to soften. If the product liquefies due to high outside temperatures, we recommend placing it in the refrigerator for a bit.