Goodbye Clinical Deodorant...Hello Erbaviva!

Goodbye Clinical Deodorant...Hello Erbaviva!

Yes…I have stinky pits! Throughout the years I’ve tried different organic brands and nothing has ever worked.  The only deodorant that has worked for me has been the clinical strength brands and we all know they contain yucky chemicals that I don’t feel good about putting on my body.  

When we partnered with ebraviva I was hesitant to try their deodorants because…well I’m vain and didn’t want to be “the stinky girl”.  Because I try all our products I had to put my big girl pants on and commit myself to a one week trial. 

How did it go? 

Well I can honestly tell you I don’t think I’ll ever use another deodorant again! It works…Yes their deodorant actually works! Their deodorants come in a spray bottle and I found that I needed 3-4 sprays after showering to get the best effect.  I tried both scents: Lemon Sage & Jasmine Grapefruit.  Both worked great for me and now I have two scents to enjoy!

Why does it work so well?

Their Organic Deodorant sprays contain highly effective organic essential oils that reduce perspiration and naturally fight underarm bacteria.  They combine these essential oils with quickly evaporating organic grain alcohol to provide a fragrant and effective mist of safe and pure bacterial and odor protection.

 *I will note in my experience the deodorant did give me a burning sensation (that only lasted less than a second) when applied right after shaving, but that’s to be expected because of the organic grain alcohol.*

Available In Two Sizes: Travel & Full Size


 Jasmine Grapefruit:

*Alcohol, *citrus grandis (grapefruit) peel oil, *cupressus semperivirens (cypress) oil, *zingiber officinalis (ginger) root extract, *santalum spicatum (sandalwood) oil, *citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) oil, *citrus medica limonum (lemon) oil, *jasminum officinalis (jasmine) flower extract, *salvia officinalis (sage) oil.

*denotes certified organic ingredient.

Lemon Sage:

*Alcohol, *citrus medica limonum (lemon) peel oil, *salvia officinalis (sage) oil, *pogostemon cablin (patchouli) oil, *melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil.

*denotes certified organic ingredient.

March 11, 2016 by Courtney Hollis
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