Mr.1920 Natural Deodorant Starter Bundle
Ditch your old tin-foil deodorant and replace it with our aluminum free natural solution. Your pits will thank you by reminding you of nature. (2.5 oz)
- Herbal Tea & Pear
- Spearmint Eucalyptus
- French Lavender
How long does it last?
Each stick of deodorant should last you around 1-2 months.
What does it feel like?
Unlike other natural deodorants, ours has a very slick feel. It will easily glide across the skin due to the moisture inside.
It can take up to 30 days for your body to detox. If you've been using synthetic deodorant your pores may be clogged so once they start to cleanse themselves you may notice a "more than normal" odor. This odor will subside after your body finishes detoxing and within 30 days you'll be fully adjusted to our natural deodorant!
Propylene Glycol, Deionized Water, Sodium Stearate, PEG-200 Hydrogenated Castor Oil/IPDI Copolymer, Steareth -100, Sodium Caproyl/Lauroyl Lactyate, Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract (Chamomile), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract, Phenoxyethanol and Caprylyl Glycol (Optiphen®), & Fragrance.
It’s smells good. No irritation so far like the store bought stuff. It does not last long maybe half a day if your active. It’s wife approved just needs to last longer. It is expensive for small sticks of deodorant. I will recommend the product and they are a good company with other great products.
The deodorants I bought smell good, but I do have a few issues with them. The seals were broken when I opened the package and deodorant leaked everywhere probably because it came in the mail and sat in a hot mailbox until I got home. I don't think the seals were sufficient to protect the deodorant from becoming damaged. I personally didn't like the limited selection. Would like to have seen some scents that weren't so girly, but I suppose in 1920 the scent of pears and lavender was pretty manly? The deodorant doesn't work a full day for me. It usually wears off around 4 or 5. I could put some more on, but it also seems to deplete more quickly than conventional deodorant and for the price that I paid, I'm not sure it's a good idea. But if you like those kinds of scents and have some bad reactions to the "normal" deodorant you buy at the grocery store then I would certainly recommend Mister 1920. I just can't help but think if I go outside and collect bark and leaves and rub them under my armpit I might get better results. Like take some pine needles, boil them in olive oil, and rub the reduction in my pits? I appreciate this company because the soap is pretty good, but the deodorant is just not for me.