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There are all these reports about the dangers of antiperspirant. I've tried several organic, all-natural deodorants but let's be honest... you can smell the difference. Spray deodorants promise that it will spray on dry unlike sticks which can leave white residue and ruin clothes. However, aerosol cans are terrible for the environment. What's a girl to do?! Pacifica's Underarm Deodorant Wipes!
Their "innovative formula utilizes natural ingredients with effective odor control and protection that can last for hours. Designed to stop the malodors under your arms and remove the excess perspiration. This is an everyday solution to deodorizing while leaving a subtle scent that blends with everything else you layer on. A distinctive blend of natural essential oils and coconut milk. Each bag contains 30 biodegradable natural wipes infused with ingredients your skin will love. Formulated without: animal ingredients (including carmine, beeswax and lanolin), animal testing. FD&C colors, mineral oil, parabens, phthalates, petroleum, propylene glycol, SLS, gluten, peanut oil and other ingredients you don't want on your skin." That's a mouthful! But I agree with everything.
|It's the size of most makeup remover wipes. I wiped some on my hand to show it goes on clear|
It is lightly scented. Not over powering. I've honestly loved everything I've smelled from Pacifica! I've been using them all this month and testing them under certain conditions - all day at work, during the warmest day we've had yet in New York (76 degrees!), overnight, etc. And they've all passed the test! You can discretely store them in your purse and re-apply throughout the day if you feel like you need to. I didn't feel like a weirdo bringing them into my bathroom unlike a deodorant stick. My co-workers actually asked what they were and were intrigued by the concept. One girl said they would be great for after the gym. I also like that the wipes are biodegradable so I don't feel too guilty tossing them out. Currently they are exclusively sold at Ulta for $9.
Would you try deodorant wipes?
Disclosure: I received free products for review. All opinions expressed are my own.