Monday, 30 November 2015

SkinLikes 100% Natural Roll-On Deodorant - Review*

SkinLikes products are manufactured with just a few, well-chosen ingredients. All are clean and fully traceable from origin to the customer. Most (but not all) are organic. Many are food-grade, which gives us the philosophy that (in theory) if you can eat them, then you can surely and safely put them on your skin. The fragrances that we use that give our products their aroma comes from the plant-based therapeutic essential oils that we use. None of them are manufactured in a factory.

SkinLikes have created a formula that gives you peace of mind which has no sting (even after shaving), kills bacterial odour in sweat instantly, doesn't clog pores or leave white marks on clothes and is completely free from irritating chemicals. Using food-grade, plant-based ingredients and nothing else, this product as with everything that they produce have not and never will be tested on animals. Apply this gentle, natural underarm deodorant after showering. In extreme heat or when exercising, reapply for best results. The wonderful natural ingredients in this product are Scottish spring water, bicarbonate of soda, xanthan gum and a special blend of bacteria-busting therapeutic essential oils and nothing else.

After having my eye on this roll-on deodorant for a while, I was kindly sent some to review! Since going vegan, I've found it quite hard to get on with roll-on deodorants. Sadly I haven't been able to get on with this deodorant either, which is quite disappointing as I really love the smell. My only problem with this deodorant is that it leaves my armpits feeling really wet, even after leaving the product to dry. I did find the roll-on ball itself very simple and easy to use, which is a surprise as some can be loaded with too much product or not roll properly. Sadly I won't be using this deodorant again which is a shame, as I really like the smell. I do recommend that you try this deodorant out though as it might be perfect for you.

This product was sent to me to review, all views are my own.

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