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How to Make Your Own Cocovit Deodorant | DIY

Posted on June 13 2017

Recipe and photo courtesy of Cocovit

DIY Cocovit Deodorant

We have searched high and low in hopes to find a miracle deodorant that is free from toxins and actual does the trick of keeping us stink free. Well, after some in the field testing, we have found a recipe that does not disappoint! Check out this easy recipe from Cocovit to make your own (for a scent free deodorant, we don't add in the essential oil):

Cocovit Recipe

Homemade deodorants are both a healthier and cheaper alternative to store-bought brands. Our recipe is inexpensive, completely customizable, and most importantly not loaded with toxic ingredients. Prepared with these 4 simple ingredients — Cocovít Coconut Oil, baking soda, cornstarch and essential oils of your choice.

Most people don’t know that the ingredients found in their antiperspirants, such as artificial fragrances, aluminum, and triclosan (Don’t know what this is? Most people don't – it’s a preservative that prevents bacteria from growing in beauty products), can cause irritation to the skin along with other issues. The difference between deodorant and antiperspirant is that deodorant helps combat body odor and antiperspirants actually prevent sweat by blocking the ducts that release it. So our recipe won’t necessarily stop the sweat, it most definitely does work to repel body odor.

Cocovít Coconut Oil DIY Deodorant

What you'll need:

  • ½ Cup Cocovít Coconut Oil
  • ¼ Cup Cornstarch (you can use arrowroot powder if you have sensitive skin)
  • ¼ Cup Baking Soda
  • ¼ TSP Essential Oil
What to Do:
  • Combine Cocovít Coconut Oil and essential oil(s)
  • Add in baking soda and cornstarch (or arrowroot powder), mix until it’s completely smooth
  • Transfer to a jar (if you want to apply with your hands) or an empty deodorant tube

We recommend placing the jar or deodorant tube in the freezer for 15-20 minutes after preparing to allow it to solidify. Also, store in cool place since the coconut oil has a low melting point.
 
Let us know what you think! 
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