Less irritation. Less malodor. CBD oil is the secret weapon in our new deodorant.
And we know—you probably hear a lot about CBD these days. But ours isn’t just any cannabidiol. For starters, it’s organically and sustainably farmed and ethically sourced, right here in the US of A. This is in keeping with our larger mission to make conscious choices around everything we do, including how it might impact the environment. Keep reading to find out more.
We get it. Everyone’s talking about how great natural deodorant is, and you’re curious. Or maybe you’ve even tried some with less than exciting results. So you have questions. Do they all smell like granola? Why are crystals sometimes involved? Is any of this stuff not… weird? And oh, yeah: Is there one that even works?
We’ve had these questions too, and we’re happy to report we have some answers. (In order: No. Not with ours. Not really. And yes—ours does!) Indeed, our own disappointment with natural deodorants is why we started making our own—something that goes on smooth, smells amazing, and is seriously effective. Keep reading to find out what you need to know.
We know fragrance—now. But not so much when we started, which is why we turned to experts like Anne Serrano-McClain and Chandler Burr, amongst others, to help us get our bearings.
And now, as we explore new realms beyond fragrance, we’ve sought out expert assistance yet again. Folks who had deep knowledge in different product categories, and who shared our beliefs and values—and of course have a good sense of humor.
Well, as luck would have it, good folks were just down the road—our fellow Austinites at Texas Beauty Labs. They know deodorant, body wash and body lotion. And as it just so happens, we’re getting into the business of making deodorant, body wash and body lotion. (More on those in a minute.)
In fact, they created the Internet’s best-selling natural deodorant, so they know a thing or three about crafting great-smelling products that are also made with integrity. And since that’s sort of our whole thing, we thought we should get to know each other better. Here’s what we’ve learned.