Native Deodorant FAQ
Does Native deodorant work?
Does native deodorant work as the reviews claim? This is a question many people wonder about and, the answer is yes, it does. It is an alternative to toxic chemical beauty products. It also works with all skin types and comes in unisex packs.
Native deodorant is made from all-natural ingredients which work to prevent underarm odor. The deodorant is aluminum-free and paraben-free, so it isn't an antiperspirant.
Still, even though it does not stop sweat, it has a powerful scent to remove unpleasant odor. Also, the unscented deodorant pairs well with perfumes and colognes.
Is Native Tested on animals?
Native shows its commitment to clean personal care by offering vegan and cruelty-free products with minor environmental impacts. They or their supplies do not test finished products and ingredients on animals.
They have a no-tolerance policy for animal testing and, do not supply products to areas where animal testing is legally required.
What are the ingredients used to make Native Deodorant?
The main ingredients used to make Native Deodorant are caprylic/capric triglyceride, tapioca starch, ozokerite, sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), magnesium hydroxide, coconut oil, cyclodextrin, shea butter, dextrose, and L. Acidophilus (probiotic).
Any scented deodorant will contain a proprietary blend of oils, however, these will be referred to as ‘fragrance’ instead of oils.
Are Native ingredients organic?
Native Deodorant confirmed these ingredients are not organic, although they are using the highest quality of ingredients. The maltodextrin form is non-GMO and the probiotics are non-dairy cultured.
What is Native’s Plastic Free Deodorant made out of?
The Plastic Free Deodorant contains the same vegan formula, but without plastic packaging. Plastic Free Deodorant is now made out of 100% paperboard.