|Samples sent for me to try. Most important the deodorant cream (it's in the round pot).|
One night I decided to ask Dr. Sarah. That sounds like it could be a talk show. She was kind enough to respond to my questions and send me a few samples to try.
|Osmia's Deodorant Cream. Photo Credit Osmia's web site|
And when did I decide to try the deodorant cream sample she sent me? A period of high stress when I couldn't shower for a few days. Winter storm Atlas. If you are going to test something, I say give it a real good test, right?
The deodorant worked well under such a situation. I had no irritation like I did from deodorants that use a lot of baking soda. Sodium bicarbonate is an ingredient but maybe it is the ratio or the combination of the other ingredients but this was so much milder than what I was using before. The Osmia deodorant cream is very smooth when applied and melts in. It has a very mild and gentle scent that would appeal to both genders.
So what you really want to know, did it work? Yes. I was glad to say that it held up well under the circumstances. Under my normal, everyday routine it did even better. Recommendation: buy.
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Ingredients: ingredients [*=certified organic ingredient] butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, tapioca starch*, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil*, sodium bicarbonate, fuller's earth clay, callophyllum inophyllum (tamanu) oil*, vegetable glycerin*, and a proprietary blend of certified organic and wild-harvested essential oils
91.9% certified organic ingredients
100% ingredients from nature
*The products listed in this review have been provided to me as PR samples at no cost to me, but as always my opinions are my own and I have not been paid for this review. I will always be honest and truthful.