Review: Lavanila Healthy Deodorant

 Posted by on July 20, 2010
Jul 202010
 

Lavanila deodorant

I’ll admit that I was a bit hesitant to try out an all natural deodorant. With weather reaching well into the 90 degree mark I didn’t want to be the stinky hot mess on the subway. But being the brave beauty aficionado that I am I decided to take one for the team and give it a try. I applied my Lavanila Healthy Deodorant and hoped for the best as I walked out the door. Well at the end of the day I can say that I was not disappointed, no wet spots and no stinky underarm odor – score!

Lavanila created a deodorant that is 100% natural so it’s aluminum free and paraben free. Some of the healthy ingredients are Goji Berry which is a powerful anti-oxidant, Japanese Honeysuckle which is an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent and aloe which soothes and hydrates the skin. With all of these healthful ingredients I knew that my skin would be pampered and nourished.

Lavanila Natural Deodorant

Lavanila comes in 4 scents: Vanilla Lavender, Pure Vanilla, Vanilla Grapefruit and Vanilla Coconut. I tried the Pure Vanilla scent and I must say that honestly it didn’t smell like vanilla which was a bit disappointing. The deodorant has a clean scent to it but even after application and when I checked later in the day I could not detect any vanilla scent at all.

Lavanila Healthy Deodorant retails for $18 and can be found at Sephora.

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post was provided for editorial consideration by a PR company.

  4 Responses to “Review: Lavanila Healthy Deodorant”

  1. That sounds good. I have yet to find natural deodorant that “works”. Maybe this is the one?

  2. Although I hadn’t tried this one, I felt like I tried and felt disappointed by every other natural deodorant out there so I took on the task of making my own & several bad recipes later, I finally got it right. Gonna side-note this one for my sis who has an allergic reaction to baking soda (key ingredient in my deo). Thanks

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