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Routine Natural Deodorant Jar - The Curator -- 58 g

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Routine Natural Deodorant Jar - The Curator Description

  • Routine Natural Deodorant Jar
  • The Curator: Baking Soda Free
  • Extra Sensitive Skin Formula
  • Aluminum Free Natural Deodorant for Women & Men
  • Scent: Eucalyptus • Cocoa • Geranium • Black Spruce

Scents With Benefits: Eliminate odor while maintaining skin's healthy balance. Doubles as your personal signature scent.


Scent Profile: Sweet, Fresh & Herbal

Predominant Scent: Eucalyptus, Cocoa & Rose Geranium (herbaceous and fresh with a strong cocoa finish)

Formula: Sensitive (Baking Soda Free)

Essential Oils: Rose Geranium, Eucalyptus, Patchouli, Cocoa Absolute and Black Spruce

Size: 58 g, enough for 3-6 months with regular use


Why No Baking Soda? Baking soda is alkaline and for certain people, at certain times, it can throw off their pH balance, in turn causing skin sensitivity. We have replaced baking soda with dietary magnesium, a mineral that if you are not getting enough of, can make your sweat smell worse! Also, magnesium reduces stinky stress sweats by relaxing those pits! Amazing magnesium!



Infinitely refillable glass jars that have diverted an estimated 2.3 Million (and growing) conventional deodorant sticks from landfill, packaged in boxes and made out of FSC-certified paper and labels made in BC, Canada. Filled with our life-changing deodorant formula 2.5 km away from Routine's HQ & Warehouse to sustain local economy and lower our carbon footprint before the product even ships out to you.


How to Use:

  1. Take a handy spatula and scoop a little out.
  2. Warm it between your fingers to soften and then apply as usual.
  3. Apply to clean and dry armpits.
Free Of
Baking soda and aluminum.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, magnesium hydroxide, kaolin clay, zea mays (corn) starch, maranta arundinacea (arrowroot), cera alba (beeswax), theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, calendula officinalis (marigold) infused olea europaea (olive) oil, tocopherol (vitamin e), cetearyl olivate, sorbitan olivate, brassica glycerides, aroma: pelargonium roseum asperum (rose geranium) oil, eucalyptus globulus leaf (eucalyptus) oil, pogostemon cablin (patchouli) oil, tsuga canadensis leaf (black spruce) oil, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, citronellol*, linalool*, geraniol*, citral*, limonene*. *Naturally occurring in essential oil.
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Best Beauty on a Budget Tips

Review your regimen

If you have not taken stock of your personal care regimen lately, it may be time for some paring down. It’s easy to accumulate an excess of products over time, yet less is often more, especially when you take advantage of multi-use products, like a tinted moisturizer with sunscreen, for example. To maximize results and minimize potential irritations, choose products that will work best for your skin type. Adopting a simple, three-step approach that includes cleansing, moisturizing and protecting your skin can help reduce skin care costs while you cultivate healthy radiance naturally.

Eat to glow

Your menu plays a role in all biological processes associated with your skin, and no beauty product can compensate for a diet high in sugar, dairy, and fried items, which promote oxidative stress and inflammation. Instead, nourish your largest organ with nutrient-rich beauty foods and beverages such as:
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While the word Zen officially refers to a Japanese school of Mahayana Buddhism emphasizing the value of meditation and intuition, it has also become a descriptive term in our popular culture to indicate a peaceful, calm, intuitive and streamlined way of living generally. Applying this concept to personal care suggests a relatively uncomplicated, natural approach to beauty. Such a simplified, “Zen” regimen may mean fewer items, high in quality, neatly and attractively organized. To move in this direction, start weeding out anything that either doesn’t work well, is poor in quality, no longer suits you, or is past its prime. Along with minimizing superfluous clutter for a more serene space, a “Zen” approach can also save you money with an emphasis on effective, long-lasting basics.

Love DIY

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Nix the sugar

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