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The Best Natural Deodorants for the Female Gym Enthusiast

06/16/2019
By Sam Davis, BHS, CPT, FNS

Best Overall

Pros

It’s made with shea butter, coconut oil, and beeswax just to name a few ingredients, and is designed to not only take away your stank but to also nourish the skin. It nourishes skin while preventing odor, uses natural ingredients, and leaves behind a long-lasting, pleasant scent.

Cons

Harder texture, contains baking soda—which doesn’t work for those sweat junkies with sensitive skin

Bottom Line

This is an awesome, natural deodorant that leaves your underarms smelling divine, even during your most intense sweat sessions.

Best Value

Pros

An all-natural deodorant with magnesium, almond oil, beeswax, and essential oils. Glides smoothly, with no baking soda for those fitness lovers who have sensitive skin, nourishes the skin while neutralizing odor.

Cons

Some reviewers noted that this deodorant stained their shirts. However, this is a deodorant, not an antiperspirant—so reviewers might have another product to blame for the yellow stains they see on their shirts.

Bottom Line

Magnesium seems to be the secret ingredient to this brand’s success. Most reviewers find the range of scents to be very pleasant, and our fitness lovers note that this natural deodorant definitely does the job when it comes to keeping the stinky pits at bay.

Primal Pit Paste Natural Deodorant Stick

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Pros

It’s made with shea butter, coconut oil, and beeswax just to name a few ingredients, and is designed to not only take away your stank but to also nourish the skin. It nourishes skin while preventing odor, uses natural ingredients, and leaves behind a long-lasting, pleasant scent.

Cons

Harder texture, contains baking soda—which doesn’t work for those sweat junkies with sensitive skin

Bottom Line

This is an awesome, natural deodorant that leaves your underarms smelling divine, even during your most intense sweat sessions.

Magsol Magnesium Deodorant

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Pros

An all-natural deodorant with magnesium, almond oil, beeswax, and essential oils. Glides smoothly, with no baking soda for those fitness lovers who have sensitive skin, nourishes the skin while neutralizing odor.

Cons

Some reviewers noted that this deodorant stained their shirts. However, this is a deodorant, not an antiperspirant—so reviewers might have another product to blame for the yellow stains they see on their shirts.

Bottom Line

Magnesium seems to be the secret ingredient to this brand’s success. Most reviewers find the range of scents to be very pleasant, and our fitness lovers note that this natural deodorant definitely does the job when it comes to keeping the stinky pits at bay.

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The Best Natural Deodorants

If you’re into wellness trends, you probably know that natural beauty products are a hot item these days, and deodorant is no exception. One reason that people are choosing natural deodorants is the idea that some chemicals in normal deodorant may cause breast cancer. However, after doing my own research, there isn’t actually any conclusive study to prove this.

Go Primal Pit Paste Review – Noelia Lewis

Still, we all have our preferences and opinions—and natural is a good way to go with any of your self-care rituals and products. The two natural deodorant products I’ve reviewed below are among the highest-rated by my fellow female gym enthusiasts.  When looking for new deodorants, it’s important for me to find natural products that don’t lead to clogged pores or ingrown hairs. I need my beauty regimen to promote clear skin from head to toe. And for those women (like me) who sweat profusely during their sweat sessions, finding an effective, natural deodorant can be very difficult.

The two below are reviewed by hundreds of people—including me! Just an honest disclaimer: Your skin is used to conventional deodorants that contain aluminum, and with the switch, you may experience smelly pits for a few days while your body adjusts.

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