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Gin-based natural multipurpose spray with Aloe Vera & Witch Hazel, scented with Cedar or Lavender Essential Oil. Long-lasting & lightly scented.
Used as a deodorant, gin kills the stinky bacteria in your armpit while the aloe & witch hazel keeps your skin hydrated & happy, working together to make you smell fresh & clean.
Aluminum & Paraben Free.
- Scent Profile: Cedar (woodsy with light citrus) or Lavender (warm & floral).
- Directions of Use: Shake bottle, spray each armpit 2-3 times and allow to dry. Reapply through the day as needed.
- Shelf life: 12 months.
- Considerations: If you are making the switch to a natural deodorant for the first time, it may take up to 21 days for your body to adjust. Be patient for results to materialize! Things might be fine after the first week, but you may notice an increase in body odour in the second and third weeks as your body sweats more than usual and expels built-up toxins and chemicals from your sweat glands. Your underarm bacteria will also change as you switch to a new or natural deodorant and normalize over the first few weeks of use.
There are lots of things that can affect body odour, other than deodorant. Try some of the things below to naturally keep your smell under control:
1. Reapply during the day as needed (it's small enough to keep on hand).
2. Avoid wearing synthetic fabrics as they can trap unpleasant odours.
3. Stay well hydrated as this will dilute your sweat and reduce the amount of bacteria present.
4. Stay active and sweat regularly to help detox your body.
5. Keep your armpits clean and wash them thoroughly when bathing.
6. Apply after your shower, after your morning coffee or as often as needed.
This product does contain alcohol & essential oils, please be aware of it and store it safely.
Arianna Johnny-Wadsworth, the founder of the Native-owned business Quw'utsun' Made (also pronounced as "Cowichan"), was taught at a young age to engage in traditional practices. With these precious teachings, she formed her identity as a Quw'utsun' medicine woman. Born in British Columbia on unceded Coast Salish territory (inalienable tribal lands), Johnny-Wadsworth learned essential herb-gathering techniques from her grandmother and local matriarchs, which later proved critical to her success in starting her business. She now uses traditional plant medicines local to Coast Salish territory, such as devil’s club and nettles, to heal the community.