This effective deodorant recipe is a great substitute for commercial deodorants. What I enjoy most about this DIY is the fact that the beeswax makes the deodorant firm enough to keep through the warm summer month's as well as inside an old deodorant container which twists up.
Measure out the shea butter, coconut oil, and beeswax.
Melt down the shea butter, coconut oil, and beeswax together either over a double boiler on the stove or in the microwave.
Once the three ingredients are thoroughly melted together, add in the arrowroot powder, ensuring that it is thoroughly mixed together; If using a double boiler, turn the heat onto low at this point
Once the arrowroot powder has been mixed into the melted ingredients, add in the diatomaceous earth and baking soda.
Once the diatomaceous earth has been mixed into the melted ingredients, add in the Vitamin E oil, tea tree oil and lavendar essential oil;
Now that you have mixed in all the ingredients, transfer them to old deodorant containers and let rest for about 6 hours
Serving Size Deodorant Tubes