I have been on the cruelty free and use all natural deodorant for the past 2 years, when I recently finished using my beloved LaVanila The Healthy Deodorant. Just in time I received these new-to-me NO PONG All Natural Anti Odourants. Continue reading to learn more about them.
“Free from aluminium, parabens and hidden nasties, we use 100% natural ingredients to create a water-resistant environment that smelly armpit bacteria can’t survive in.” – NO PONG.
*All Natural Anti Odourant Low Fragrance + Bicarb Free 35g
I have been using this one as it’s suitable for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. I was a little skeptical at first, since I have never used a deodorant like this before–using my fingers to massage a pea size creamy paste to my armpits as it leaves a dry finish.
As I learnt that NO PONG contains the finest food grade, natural and organic ingredients that are safe for the body and the environment. My worried self remained calm soon after I realised how easy and effective it has been on my sensitive skin.
The low fragrance is a light, fresh and gender neutral fragrance and has this 12 hour water resistant layer that allows skin to breathe and sweat naturally, detoxifying the body from harmful toxins. I have been using this for the past 3 weeks now and noticed my armpits do not smell, but feel clean and fresh everyday, even after a workout or walking around the block. This product uses recyclable and reusable packaging. It retails for an affordable AUD$6.95 plus a $3 postage fee Australia wide.
*All Natural Anti Odourant Original 35g
This original all natural anti odourant is just as effective as it’s new addition. It is a bicarb based deodorant that still keeps you feeling fresh for up to 12 hours and is completely aluminium, triclosan and paraben free. It uses recyclable and reusable packaging and retails for an affordable AUD$5.95 plus a $3 postage fee Australia wide. International buyers are welcome to purchase on their website, should you be interested as well.
Have you tried these NO PONG deodorants?