11 best natural deodorants that really work – reviews


If you think about replacing your go-to-antiperspirant for an all-natural version, you'll get sweated in and, in itself, take the breath. Antiperspirants, classified as by-products, inhibit normal body function (ie sweating) using their active ingredient, aluminum salts, says David Bank, a deputy clinical professor of dermatology at the New York Presbyterian / Columbia University Hospital. On the other hand, deodorants are usually manufactured without aluminum. They are designed to keep you smelling fresh for hours at the end with bacteria-sopping ingredients, including familiar favorites like baking soda. So, you can still sweat a little after you sweep on your favorite aluminum-free formula (because deodorant does not match the antiperspirant), but No, you should not smell bad after going green. To prove that, we have rounded off a new crop of natural deos (tested by attract editors, no less) that are formulated to keep you calm and feel even better thanks to your new trust. Below, 11 of our team members have new favorites.