Deodorants - EASY Homemade Deodorants

Spray Deodorant Recipe

2 tsp. zinc-oxide powder
2/3 cup witch-hazel extract
2 tbsp. aloe-vera juice
30-40 drops essential oil

In a small bowl, stir the zinc-oxide powder into the witch-hazel extract, and add the aloe-vera juice and essential oil(s). Fill an 8-oz. dark-glass spray bottle with the fluid.

Stick Homemade Deodorant

Take 4 ounces cornstarch, 2 ounces baking soda, 1 ounces liquid chorophyll, 2 ounces vodka, 2 ounces distilled water, 8 ounces beeswax and 10-15 drops of honeysuckle, rose, coriander or essential oil of your choice. Mix all ingredients except wax and chorophyll in a bowl, stir thoroughly. Melt wax in top of a double boiler over very low heat, remove from heat. Add the other ingredients and blend well. If the wax thickens too much to be workable, heat again. As the mixture begins to cool, but before it hardens, add the liquid clorophyll and essential oils. Pour into molds. Let harden. Remove from molds. Store in a tightly closed container away from heat to avoid shrinkage.

Herbal Deodorant Powder

Take one part of powder of white oak bark as an astringent. Take two parts of powder of sandalwood for anti-microbal and fragrance properties. Take one part of powder of lovage root. Take all powder in a food processor and blend them well until all powders change into a fine powder. Transfer this powder into a dry or clean iron skillet. Before using it pat bags on the feet and under arms.

Best Homemade natural Deodorants Recipe

1 1/2 tbspn beeswax (yellow is best)
1/2 tbspn cocoa butter
1 tablespoon coconut oil
15 drops white thyme essential oil
15 drops rosemary essential oil
25 drops lavender essential oil
3 drops castor oil

Melt beeswax in a glass jar standing in hot water, add the cocoa butter, and when it has melted, add the oils. Stir to mix thoroughly, then pour into a clean, discarded deodorant stick case and leave to cool and set.

Natural Deodorants - Homemade

Sprinkle baking soda, a little will do, onto a damp wash cloth, and apply it to your underarms. It'll keep you fresh throughout the day.

Radish Deodorant

Extract the juice from about 2 dozen radishes, add 1/4 teaspoon of glycerin. Pour into a squirt bottle and keep refrigerated. Squirt under arms after a bath or pour some into the palm of your hand and rub under the arms.

Pure alcohol as Homemade Deodorant

Pure alcohol (never rubbing alcohol). The food grade alcohols are grain alcohol and vodka. Dab a bit under each arm and/or on your shirt or blouse, then dab on cornstarch. If the alcohol burns, dilute it with water. Be very careful not to leave the bottle where a child or alcoholic person could find it. Pour it into a different bottle.

Deodorizing Foot Bath

Soak the feet in the following solution:
1/2 cup white vinegar
5-6 Tbsp Epson salts
1 gallon warm water

Sage Deodorizing Foot Powder

Take Sage essential oil—2 or 3 drops and Baking powder—One full tablespoon. Mix oil and baking powder in a bowl and shake well. And then leave it to dry for a few minutes.