Best Deodorants for Sensitive Skin
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The Best Unisex Deodorants for Sensitive Skin
Deodorants are probably one of the most important products we use daily, and exploring which deodorants work is essential. Selecting one can also be very personal: do you choose by scent, strength, or ingredients?
There’s always the concern about which ingredients are healthy for the skin or what amount we should apply daily. Which begs another question: Can men and women use the same deodorant if men sweat more?
It turns out we can. The only difference between deodorants geared towards men and women is the packaging and the scents. So if you’re willing to chuck gender differences and need a gentle unisex deodorant, here are some excellent choices.
- Almay Sensitive Skin Clear Gel Anti-Perspirant & Deodorant, Fragrance Free,2.25 oz(4 Pack)
- DERMAdoctor Total Nonscents Ultra-Gentle Antiperspirant, 3 Fl Oz
- Dove Invisible Solid Antiperspirant Deodorant Stick for Women, Sensitive, For All Day Underarm Sweat & Odor Protection, 2.6 Ounce (Pack of 6)
- Malin + Goetz Eucalyptus Deodorant, natural effective odor & sweat defense, for all skin types
- nasanta Magnesium Deodorant, Aluminum Free, Baking Soda Free, Alcohol Free - Clinically Tested for Sensitive Skin - Unscented For Men and Women - 80 mL 2.7 Fl Oz - Roll on
- Mountaineer Brand All Natural Deodorant for Men and Women | Absorbent Arrowroot Powder and Dead Sea Salt | Sensitive Skin Odor Protection | Aluminum & Baking Soda Free
- All Natural Deodorant for Women, Men & Kids | Gluten Free, Aluminum Free Deodorant with Organic Coconut Oil, Baking Soda, Arrowroot Powder and Essential Fragrance Oil –Don’t Sweat It in Citrus...
According to the specialized review site TodayBestReviews.com, Almay is the best deodorant for sensitive armpits. It’s hypoallergenic as well as dermatologist and allergy-tested. The clear gel comes in stick form and is available in scented and unscented versions. You’ll experience no odor, no perspiration, and no irritation.
If you’re prone to eczema or dermatitis, try DermaDoctor’s Ultra-Gentle antiperspirant. DermaDoctor’s product offers a water-based formula that won’t cause burning, itching, or stinging. Roll it on to protect against wetness and odor.
Alcohol can contribute to skin irritation, so Dove has created a deodorant that is alcohol-free. It comes unscented or in a fresh powder scent, and it has Dove’s moisturizers to help moisturize your underarms. The deodorant is clear, which means no white streaks on your clothing.
If you’re seeking deodorants that come from only natural products, then Malin and Goetz Eucalyptus deodorant is an excellent choice. It is alcohol-free and aluminum-free, which means no yellow stains on your white t-shirts from aluminum residue. It is made with Eucalyptus extract and citronellyl to give you a natural, refreshing scent, and
it is specially designed for those with skin prone to rashes. If you like the smell of Eucalyptus, try this one.
Free of alcohol and baking soda, Nasanta natural deodorant was tested for skin allergens by DermaTest labs in Sydney. It is formulated with a Magnesium formula and causes no burning, rashes, or irritations. It also comes unscented, which is ideal for those bothered by scents in general.
Mountaineer Brand's All Natural deodorant comes in a blend of lime and sage, natural ingredients that don't lean towards the feminine or masculine. It is aluminum free and comes in a solid form, making it easy to swipe against your skin. Protection should last all day.
The whole family can use an organic, aluminum-free, and paraben-free deodorant stick, Don't Sweat It deodorant. You dab it on, rather than swipe. There is baking soda in it but even after weeks of use, it doesn't irritate the skin.
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