Sue Sue: Its a good idea to level it off, to get in the habit (im a chef)
Lakshmi K: I don't blame you, I hate the smell of Tea tree oil too! Rosemary oil has preservative properties you could try that also. I use lemon essential oil and sweet orange oil it smells clean, fresh & like citrus. Plus the oils all have benefits!! You're such a nice mom, I wish I had a mom like you! So good to your kids, bless you♥, your daughter is sweet & you make Indian Chai tea! Love your videos!!
Gina Vaz: This really works!! i mixed coconut oil, corn starch and baking soda for me n my sister and we love it!!! ...ZERO ORDOR!
Angel305: Very cool. Definitely going to make this a new routine. Thank you so much. Very cool.
Erica Rodriguez: Hi thanks for this video.
I have to agree with you I also hate the smell of tea tree oil. But I also hate the smell of lavender oil and peppermint oil. I really do love sweet scents like vanilla, coconut, or even some honey.
Could you show a new video with these three new ingredients...vanilla extract, coconut oil and honey as an anticipated adding to the baking soda and arrowroot power? Please and thanks for sharing your recipe.
themaxdog: I dont find the Arrowroot Powder where I live, what can i use instead of that?
PACERGIRL68: Baking soda will cause a burn if you are sensitive to it, so I found a receipe that has two methods. One method makes a smaller batch and I found it on a site called "Wellness Mama" and it works great. I made the smaller batch and have been using it for almost a year. I don't put on a lot, and honestly there are times that I have forgotten to put it on and was fine. Just don't gob it under your arms because it really works well
Lavenderrose73: Oh cool, that's good to know! What would you do, go half and half with the coconut oil and butter in place of the coconut oil portion?
Lavenderrose73: Apple Cider Vinegar? Oh, I have that. Figured I'd use it to make homemade bug spray, although I have yet to do so.
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 you, though.
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
SkeyeU: Your a good mamma!
Sugga Bugga: Thank you soooooo much. I have all of the ingredients and am going to make this tonight night, I have not used regular deodorant for over 25 years and could only use baking soda but it darkened my under arm...what a sweet alternative...thanks again!
Amani S.: I'm gonna use Shea butter instead of coconut oil.
wigwamman1: 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 container. :)
Alex Chavez: I made mine but its not solid its kind of melting did i do something wrong
Karen Dindia: It can sting after shaving.
Chi88Chi88: The most common mistake made in measuring powder ingredients is to dip the measuring cup into the flour instead of lightly spooning flour into the measuring cup. This can result in up to 25% more flour than the recipe calls for.
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[How to] Make Homemade (Natural) Deodorant Using Coconut Oil, Corn Starch & Baking Soda5
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