zem319: Greetings,I read your story and I'm so very proud of you,you're truly
inspiring me,I pray blessings on you and your family.
Norma Lujano: Great video, thanks!!! going to try :)
oceanmaiden45: I LOVE THIS RECIPE! IT WORKED!! I made my husband do the smell test after
9:30 pm--- and I definitely had moments of sweating because the weather is
warming up-and I smelled good! I added one extra thing and that was about
two tablespoons of cold pressed castor oil as an emollient. I'm sold!!
Thank you so much for posting this video. My mom and I are gonna make hers
Daniel Collazo: Awesome I'm going to soooo make this, I brake out in a rash with these
Maha M.: thank you so much i will do it *enshaAllah*
Kellythe AnimalMedicineWoman: Dont support Walmart. Very informative video though
Tia Jones: I mean it is March 11th
kimberly john: Is the baking soda aluminum free
cLuTcH u.S.a: this video is awesome
Tia Jones: I mean it is almost March 11 2014 though
Tia Jones: Since it is almost March 15, 2014 happy early birthday but is March 11,
MySpartapictures: Can I use potato starch instead can't find organic corn starch in store?
Cora Schaefer: Stuipid. Idea
VTYTA86: I wonder if you could squeeze some fresh lemon juice in the mix as well, as
it works as a deodorant also.
Lavenderrose73: Maybe so. Right now I have a deodorant I found at Elliot's that's all that
garbage-free (no hops either; I made sure of that after what my niece said
to my aunt!) and I figured I can try this another time. Glad it works for
breebrad312: So if I do not have the tee tree oil or fragrance does it still work?I
heard tee tree can be bad for you too.
divahaute1: does this work for adults I have a house full of grown men
Queen DaDiva: Great video. Thanks for sharing.
xUmbrellaCo: You're awesome thank you!! :D
SPARKWISDOM: baking soda, coconut oil and corn starch
Fathin Umairrah: can i leave out the tea tree oil?
truthislove911: Excellent initiative. I am always looking for ways to show my kids that
they can do things for themselves...this is a nice tool for young people to
know...it not only saves them lots of money over the years (lifetime) but
gives them a sense of dignity and confidence.
Kelechi Asika: How would you spray it onto yourself once it's completed tho?
Khanh Ly: so what i do it because i like it LOL
kINKYISME: mAYBE THEY scrubbed too hard while taking a bath, shaved or got waxed and
the skin is broken. Lemons are also good natural odor defenders
Ketchme17: I believe that my deodorant has caused my itchy armpits as well. Now that I
am becoming a hippie when it comes to anything that I apply to my skin and
hair, I really want to try this out! Especially since, I use coconut oil
for EVERYTHING. I'm definitely going to try this out!
SPARKWISDOM: Thank you so much for watching! We really enjoy natural products!
SPARKWISDOM: Use shea butter or even water...that would work :)
rangerclass7s: this is nuckin futs!!! gotta try that !
SPARKWISDOM: Hi, Tara! Let me know how it worked :)
Bob Wehaddababyitsaboy: wouldn't it be easier to liquify the coconut oil first then mix them all
Chris Dugar: Try placing all the ingredients into a ziplock bag, it makes it's easier to
clean up. When it is mixed, cut a corner of the bag and pipe it into your
mardillie: so i have to keep this deo in the fridge so it will not melt?
SPARKWISDOM: You can use your choice of essential oils and shea butter really stabilizes
the recipe. Use that or cocoa butter :)
SPARKWISDOM: Yippee! Glad it worked for you!!
Biddymc: Does the baking soda have aluminum in it?
SPARKWISDOM: Hi, iulia, that's great and thank you for asking. Send me a message via
twitter @sparkwisdom or FB: OrganicLifeProducts and my information is in
the comment box below the video. God bless you!
julia michael: Thank you for sharing this recipes..
Karen Dindia: It can sting after shaving.
Joy Tovar: can you use any other oil like olive oil or avocado oil. instead of using
coconut oil? And can you also make the deodorant with just the baking soda,
corn starch and coconut with out using any essential oils?
JennifersWorldReviews henry: I got to try this
Badmsm123: I am sensitive to corn products, can the corn startch be substituted with
nappyglam: just found your channel your great
Nancy Rodriguez: I love this video, getting into the all natural creams, shampoos,
conditioners, toothepaste and deodorants.........you guys did an awesome
job, keep up the great work!
miloheart: I only use coconut oil as my deodorant but it still works! i must say, I
should try this too!
denzelswifey86: she probably just shaved then appiled the deodrant..
Janelle Sommers-Sutor: Thank you for sharing such a simple & organic alternative to store bought
deoderant!!! I will definitely try it & appreciate your easy to follow
video & recipe! Have a blessed day! ;^D
SPARKWISDOM: I suppose you could...why not? LOL!
SPARKWISDOM: I never thought to add honey :) What made you think of that?