• Solid Deodorant Stick - Persian Lime

Ben & Anna

Solid Deodorant Stick - Persian Lime

Regular price €7,50

Ben & Anna's deodorant sticks are vegan, cruelty free and certified as natural cosmetics by Natrue. This particular model has a lime scent that gives it a fresh touch, perfect for starting the day. The paper tube contains 60g of product for around 2-3 months of use. Start having a zero waste bathroom with this deodorant!

Ben & Anna products are phthalate and paraben free. This particular model contains the following ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, zea mays starch, maranta arundinacea root powder, butyrospermum parkii butter, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, cocos nucifera oil, helianthus annuus seed cera, helianthus annuus seed oil, coco-caprylate/caprate, ricinus communis seed oil, rhus verniciflua peel cera, shorea robusta resin, caprylic/capric triglyceride, citrus aurantium bergamia peel oil, daucus carota sativa root extract, rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract, citrus limon peel oil, citrus reticulata peel oil, cymbopogon flexuosus herb oil, simmondsia chinensis seed oil, ascorbyl palmitate, tocopherol, citral, geraniol, limonene and linalool.

Just open the deodorant, push the bottom of it to take out a bit of the stick and rub it against your armpit as you would do with a roll-on deodorant.

Of course, this represents the perfect alternative to most deodorants on the market, which are not only packed in plastic or aluminum bottles (aerosols), but also are made with chemicals that harm the planet. This product is vegan, cruelty free and zero waste.

Ben & Anna's deodorant sticks come directly packed into a fully recyclable FSC cardboard cylinder-like packaging.

Ben & Anna is a German brand of sustainable hygiene products that is committed to creating products with only natural certified ingredients. Not only that, all their products are of the highest quality and are 100% vegan, natural, microplastic free and animal cruelty free.

Once you run out of deodorant, simply recycle the packaging throwing it to your closest paper bin (blue color), so it can turn in the future into recycled toilet paper, recycled paper napkins, for example.