Worst expensive natural deodrants

I have been in search of an aluminum free deodorant for years.  Its like the holy grail!

Right now these mean humid and steamy streets of New York are no joke. It’s the worst underground when you are waiting for the subway.

Here’s my list of do not buy and tried expensive natural deodorants, so you don’t end up smelling like a hippie.

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Vichy goes on easy without staining your clothes.  However, after a couple of appointments downtown it was not cute. I seriously needed to reuse the product.  Save yourself the $17.00

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While in line bored to tears at Sephora I decided to make an impulse purchase of this deodorant. Lavanila claims it’s an award-winning, aluminum-free deodorant that is 100 percent natural, safe, but its not effective.  Not worth the $14.00 price tag.

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I want to capture and study the Unicorn women who use this deodorant and how it works for them because it has been around for years.  I don’t know how they keep this awful product on the shelves. By the time I was in the Upper East side for a doctor’s appointment, I was left smelling like a damp cloth, no bueno.  The only plus plus side of this story is that I paid $4.27.

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Unless you live in a commune somewhere in Northern California don’t bother purchasing this product.  I used it on my trip to St. Tropez.  Once I arrived at Bagatelle, danced for a little bit, not enough to work up a sweat, I really needed to mask the sea side musk smell.  Instead I doused myself in perfume to mask the indie post Coachella odor I was emanating. Only upside was the price $8.09.


For now, I am temporarily using Burt Bees Diaper Cream. I know it’s creepy, but it works.

Feel free to post any suggestions of your favorite natural deodorant.

Happy Monday!

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